Books recommended for 2nd and 3rd grade reading level. For books in a series, only the first title is listed, but we generally have the other books available as well. Please ask if you're unable to find them.
From two-time Newbery honor recipient Christina Soontornvat comes a compelling new young middle grade fantasy series for readers who love stories about animals, magic, and kids like them embracing their power to change the world.
Plum and her friends are traveling to the misty Bokati Island.
The battle between boys and bots is on in this funny, fast-paced novel.
Ken is an EngiNerd: one of a super-smart group of friends—all nerds—who have been close since kindergarten.
They may be brainiacs, but they’re just like everyone else: they fight with one another, watch too much TV, eat Chinese food, and hate walking their dogs.
The first book in the series about everyone's favorite classroom pet!
A thrilling, hilarious fully-illustrated spy adventure series, from the esteemed New York Times bestselling and multi-award-winning author Mac Barnett!A New York Times bestsellerAn Amazon Best Book of 2018Before Mac Barnett was an author, he was a kid.And while he was a kid, he was a spy.Not just any spy.But a spy...for the Queen of England.James Bond meet
Angelina Ballerina goes on a tour like a real ballerina in this chapter book featuring an all-new, original Angelina Ballerina story and black-and-white illustrations throughout!
Angelina and the other little dancers at Miss Lilly’s Ballet School are going on a ballet tour! They are traveling to towns near Chipping Cheddar to perform. Angelina is excited but also nervous.
Join Anna Hibiscus and her big, bustling family in the second of Atinuke’s engaging illustrated chapter-book series set in modern Nigeria.
From the New York Times bestselling creator of the Questioneers, Andrea Beaty, and author Theanne Griffithcomes The Science of Baking (Ada Twist, Scientist: The Why Files), a nonfiction early-reader book based on the Netflix series!
How does a cake bake? What’s the difference between baking soda and baking powder?
Based on the Molly of Denali TV show now airing on PBS KIDS!
Explore the wilderness of Alaska in this portable, five-book I Can Read box set with a handle and Velcro closure.
Whether she is finding a lost dog or going blueberry picking, Molly of Denali is always up for an adventure.
Pets, hilarity, and plots for world domination come together in Pets Rule!, an early chapter book series perfect for fans of The Secret Life of Pets!
Pick a book. Grow a Reader!
This series is part of Scholastic's early chapter book line, Branches, aimed at newly independent readers.
In the sixth book in Andrea Beaty and David Roberts’s New York Times bestselling illustrated Questioneers chapter book series, it’s Aaron Slater, Illustrator, to the rescue when a sly snake slithers into some mischief.
Zookeeper Fred loves snakes, but his favorite is a tiny green snake named Vern.
Perfect for fans of Ivy & Bean and Dory Fantasmagory, Marya Khan and the Incredible Henna Party is the start of a charming chapter book series from acclaimed author Saadia Faruqi about a Pakistani American third-grader whose plans may backfire but whose persistence and heart are inspiring.
Marya’s eighth birthday is coming up in a week, and all she wants is an o
The Magic School Bus meets Over the Moon in this first book in a new chapter book series about a young Indian American girl who loves science and has a big imagination!
Sejal Sinha is looking forward to celebrating Diwali with her family. But when a hurricane appears, Sejal and her cousin Mira learn that the house is in danger from the imminent storm.
Sadiq and his friends are starting a video game club at school. They have fun playing together and planning a tournament for the whole school to participate in. But when their club needs a service project, the club members are stumped. How can they help people with video games? Then, during a visit to a retirement home called Harmony House with his mother, Sadiq meets a man named Mr.
“The Underdogs will have young readers HOWLING with laughter, SNIFFING for clues, and BARKING with delight.” —Andrew McDonald and Ben Wood, creators of the Real Pigeons series