Book Leveling Sites
Beaverton (Oregon) School District Home Page
Book Levels by Publisher-Aldert Root
BSD: Leveled Books Database
Books for Teachers ~ Page 5
Correlations & Leveling
Level I LeveledBooks.com - The Best Books for Emergent & Beginning Readers
Leveled Book Links
Leveled Book Lists
Leveled Book List Sites
Leveled Text List Database of leveled books
Leveling sites are listed below.
Wright Group - It's a 34 page booklet called 2001 Suggested Book Levels.
Fax 800-543-7323 Website is www.WRightGroup.com
Steck-Vaughn - 10 pg. booklet titled Guided Reading Leveled Books and
Sets. It doesn't give word counts and uses the following leveling
criteria from Fountas and Pinnell:
Level A = Grade level K
Level B = Grade level K-1
Levels C-H = Grade level 1
Level I = Grade level 1 (late)
Level J = Grade level 2 (early)
Level K-M = Grade level 2 Example: Level L: Carlita Ropes the
Twister and Storms! (Pair-it books)
Level N = Grade level 3
Level O = Grde level 3-4
Steck-Vaughn Co. 1-800-531-5015 www.steck-vaughn.com or email:
I also frequently use the following Rigby and Scholastic sources for
Rigby has a leveled list that shows all their different collections. You
can download it from their website (43 pages). In chart form, it gives
the word count, Fountas and Pinnell Guided Level, DRA Level, RR level if
available, or Early Intervention Level if available.
Scholastic's ecatalog is also helpful. It gives Fountas and Pinnell
levels, lexile levels, interest level, grade level reading level, genre,
and a strategy or skill that can be linked to book.
http://src.scholastic.com/ecatalog should get you to a page where you
can search for a book by title, author, or keyword.