CHILDREN’S BOOKS
Positive lessons and colorful illustrations for
learning to get along
New! An
energetic ride
with wonderful
perspective Teach children basic
social skills for success
including sharing, anger
management, following
rules, conflict resolution,
and self-expression.

Colorful illustrations of
scenarios children can
relate to, and tips for
caregivers and parents to
make positive lessons fun
and easy to learn. Bilingual
English and Spanish.

Softbound, 40 pgs.

Learning to Get Along Set Bilingual
Last Stop on Market Street
#257742 $16.95
Save when you buy the complete set.

#719999 $39.95
Share and Take Turns
#424743 $12.95
Know and Follow Rules
#424989 $12.95
New! Listen and Learn
#980398 $12.95
Talk and Work It Out
#424972 $12.95
Cool Down and Work
Through Anger
#424736 $12.95
New! Respect and Take Care
of Things
#980367 $12.95
New! An irresistible
read-aloud for every
child and family
Happy babies and words that
encourage create a delightful approach
to visual learning from the author of
the critically acclaimed A Kiss Means
I Love You and Show Me Happy. Age
focus: 4–8. Hardcover, 24 pgs.

New! From a
paper plane
folder to a puppy
dog holder
Newbery-Award winning
author Jerry Spinelli’s
simple and charming
rhymes are accompanied by
internationally-renowned illustrator Jimmy Liao’s
vibrant and fantastical
illustrations. This book
is an imaginative joyride
about hopes and dreams,
and a reminder of all the
possibilities life has to offer.

Age focus: 3–6. Hardcover,
32 pgs.

Real-life situations
and engaging
illustrations for
being our best
Set includes 7 books.

Available indivudally
online. Age focus: 3–5.

Hardcover, 32 pgs.

44 I Can Be Anything
#162265 $17.95
New! Courage and
hope in a new land
in the twenty-fi rst
century I Am a Baby
#536223 $15.95
The Being the Best
Me Series
#424400 $62.95
Every Sunday after church,
CJ and his grandma ride the
bus across town. But today,
CJ wonders why they don’t
own a car like his friend
Colby. Why doesn’t he have
an iPod like the boys on the
bus? How come they always
have to get off in the dirty
part of town? Each question
is met with an encouraging
answer from grandma, who
helps him see the beauty—
and fun—in their routine
and the world around them.

Age focus: 3–5. Hardcover,
32 pgs.

Their Great Gift
#780544 $19.95
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With lyrical text and thought-
provoking photography,
Their Great Gift explores the
experiences of immigrants
in the twenty-first century,
focusing on the lives of
children. Images of families
who came to the United
States from many different
parts of the world, and
celebrate the diversity of our
country. Use this book to
introduce young children to
immigrants. Age focus: 2–9.

Hardcover, 32 pgs.





LITERACY
By enhancing the block play in your
classroom, you can help children acquire
the emerging skills they need—with
numbers, vocabulary, and reading–for
kindergarten readiness. Newburger and
Vaughan provide a theoretical foundation
describing why and how to use blocks,
and give guidance on selecting blocks
and block safety. With chapters on the
seven developmental stages of block
building in young children, Teaching
Numeracy, Language, and Literacy with
Blocks illuminates the learning potential
in the common uses of block play. Each
chapter includes suggestions on watching
and listening; what to say and do; and
charts matching behaviors, content, and
concepts to academic standards. Age
focus: 3–6. Softbound, 152 pgs.

Beyond the Flannel Board
#544861 $29.95
LI S H E D BY
ED R
Support emerging school-
readiness skills with
block play
ESS LEAF
(E-book #544878 $29.95)
PR PR
ED Improve young children’s language, social-
emotional, and number sense development
with effective, developmentally appropriate
teaching strategies in story retelling.

This book demystifies the story-retelling
experience for teachers of young children
by identifying effective, intentional teaching
and learning practices. It provides a variety
of examples for integrating story-retelling
activities across the curriculum to build skills
in social-emotional development, numbers,
STEM, and more. With real-life examples
and activities, easily integrate the teaching
strategies in this book into your everyday
classroom routine to help you reach several
domains of child development. Age focus:
2–5. Softbound, 232 pgs.

PUB S H E D BY
ESS LI
R Teaching Numeracy, Language,
and Literacy with Blocks
#316601 $29.95
PUB Develop a story-retelling
strategy that works across
the entire curriculum
LEAF An award winning early-literacy
program for ages 0–3
Jump-start children’s learning and brain development
with this complete program. Full of fun and engaging
activities to build motor, music, social, and pre-
literacy skills in infants and toddlers. Use the planning
and scheduling sheets to implement the program and
instruction for designing your own original sessions.

Includes: multimedia CD with 10 complete scripts
and samples. Age focus: 0–3. Softbound, 459 pgs.

J A N
Mother Goose on the Loose
#705367 $92.95
Book +
CD- ROM
New! An Assess-Decide-Guide framework for supporting
every reader
In this resource-rich book, you’ll find all the planning and instructional tools you need to teach
guided reading well, from pre-A to fluent, organized around Richardson’s proven Assess-Decide-
Guide framework, 29 comprehension modules that cover essential strategies—monitoring,
retelling, inferring, summarizing, and many others. Plus, an online resource bank with dozens of
downloadable assessment and record-keeping forms, Richardson’s all-new, stage-specific lesson plan
templates. Age focus: 5–13. Spiral, 336 pgs.

Shop Online: RedleafPress.org
R I C H A R D S O N
THE NEXT STEP
FORWARD IN GUIDED
READING An Assess-Decide-Guide
Framework for
Supporting Every Reader
GRADES K–8
The Next Step Forward in
Guided Reading
#161113 $51.95
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