Kids Easy Reader books

These easy readers are new to our shelves in the last 30 days (most recent on top). They are for kids just starting to read on their own.

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List

Power up, PJ Masks! / Delphine Finnegan.
When the PJ Masks lose their super powers, they call on the newest member of their team to save the day.
Mouse loves love / by Lauren Thompson ; illustrated by Buket Erdogan.
Mouse watches his sister, Minka, gather a collection of craft items and then put them together to make something special.
Jump shot / by David Sabino ; illustrated by Charles Lehman.
Provides an introduction to the game of basketball, covering the rules of the game, how the court is laid out, and how the players practice and prepare for games.
First pitch / by David Sabino ; illustrated by Charles Lehman.
Provides an introduction to the game of baseball, covering the rules of the game, how the field is laid out and taken care of, and the responsibilities of each player.
A puppy for Helen Keller / by May Nakamura ; illustrated by Rachel Sanson.
"The true story of Helen Keller's visit to Japan in the 1930s and her pet Akita dog."--Provided by publisher.
Zip and Beep / by Chris Barton ; illustrated by Troy Cummings.
When Hattie's bulldozer cousins visit, Clarence offers to watch them on his day off.
Syd Hoff's Danny and the dinosaur : the big sneeze / written by Bruce Hale ; illustrated in the style of Syd Hoff by Charles Grosvenor ; colors by David Cutting.
When Danny and the dinosaur each catch a cold after playing in the rain, they turn their sick day into something fun.
The Moon's time to shine / by Scott Emmons ; illustrated by Nikolas Ilic.
The StoryBots introduce Earth's moon, and describe how it shines, why it has phases, and what is on its surface.
Louise and the class pet / story by Laura Driscoll ; pictures by Kelly Light.
When Pigcasso, the class guinea pig, stays the weekend at Louise's house, mayhem ensues after he goes missing.
Everything is possible! / by Nancy Parent.
Mary Poppins returns to 17 Cherry Tree Lane to visit the Banks family following a personal loss, and, with the help of Jack the lamplighter, brings joy and wonder back into their lives.
A new car for Charlie / adapted by Trey King ; illustrations by Guido Guidi and Hasbro.
On the run in the year 1987, Bumblebee finds refuge in a junkyard, where he is discovered by Charlie, who is trying to find her place in the world.