Supplemental Books for Your Students

Teachers and librarians build strong reading cultures in classrooms and libraries through read-alouds, literature circles, independent reading, and by surrounding students with a wide selection of high-interest books. To support this reading culture, we’ve included a round-up of supplemental books for students, parents, and caregivers. Students can use these books in conjunction with school lessons while at home, before school, and after school.

The Reading House

The Reading House uses a clear, step-by-step method to guide children from letter recognition to phonemic awareness, all the way to independent reading.

Dr. Seuss Workbooks

Dr. Seuss Workbooks are curriculum-based workbooks developed by experts and designed to give little learners a well-balanced education. Each playful exercise features familiar Dr. Seuss characters that reinforce school lessons and ensure success in and out of the classroom.

Sylvan Learning

Sylvan Learning is the premier provider of tutoring services for grades pre-K to 12 in North America. With products based on solid and scientific research, Sylvan is committed to both quality education and to helping children discover a love of learning.

Totally Random Questions

Totally Random Questions is a new series packed with surprising facts and colorful photos, presenting snack-sized answers to a series of wacky, weird, but always amazing questions about our world.

How to Survive Middle School

Available in May 2022, The How to Survive Middle School study guides tackle all the essential middle school subjects. Each book trains readers in critical thinking and problem-solving skills to help them become independent learners. The interactive text, full of helpful tips and techniques, and engaging illustrations makes this so much more than just a textbook!

The Princeton Review

The Princeton Review has helped millions succeed on standardized tests, and provides expert advice and instruction to help parents, teachers, students, and schools navigate the complexities of school admission.

Random House Teachers and Librarians