A new variation of an old tale works only if you’re familiar with the original story. Before you open the pages of any of the delightful tales that follow, read the originals and discuss them with your students. After they’ve enjoyed the classics, a new kind of fun can begin: discussing similarities and discovering the twists.

Wolves of the Beyond

By Kathryn Lasky
The latest in Kathryn Lasky's hit series - a stunning spin-off set among the wolves of Ga'hoole. A great cold has seized the Beyond. The ...
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The Hobbit

By J. R. R. Tolkien
Written for J.R.R. Tolkien's own children, The Hobbit has sold many millions of copies worldwide and established itself as a modern classic.
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By Anne Ursu, Erin McGuire
Hazel and Jack are best friends until an accident with a magical mirror and a run-in with a villainous queen find Hazel on her own, entering ...
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Sofia the First

By Cathy Hapka
Meet Sofia, a little girl who lives a rather ordinary life. But everything changes when her mother, Miranda, marries the king. Overnight, ...
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Dream Snow

By Eric Carle
A simple story, lively collage-like illustrations and a fun gimmick for little hands..."
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A Christmas Memory

By Truman Capote
Seven-year-old Buddy inaugurates the Christmas season by crying out to his cousin, Miss Sook Falk: "It's fruitcake weather!" Thus begins an ...
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With padded covers, simple images, and an amazing range of novelty textures, Baby Touch and Feel books capture the attention of the very ...
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By Hans Christian Andersen
Thumbelina is content to spend her days rowing in a boat made from a tulip petal and sleeping in a cradle made from a polished walnut shell. ...
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Magykal Papers

By Angie Sage
Enter the world of Septimus Heap with this collection of previously unpublished papers.       This rich compendium includes: The ...
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Frog and Toad Together

By Arnold Lobel
In 1957, Harper published its first I Can Read title, Little Bear, written by Else Holmelund Minarik and illustrated by Maurice Sendak. ...
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The Girl Who Could Fly

By Victoria Forester
Piper McCloud can fly. Just like that. Easy as pie.  Sure, she hasn’t mastered reverse propulsion and her turns are kind of sloppy, but ...
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