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Colors Around Me by Scott ForesmanGrade K Unit 1 Lesson 1 Below Level
HOW MANY? by Scott ForesmanGrade K Unit 1 Lesson 2 Below Level
Look Around! by Scott ForesmanGrade K Unit 1 Lesson 3 Below Level
Where is it? by Scott ForesmanGrade K Unit 1 Lesson 4 Below Level
Reading 2007 Listen to Me Reader, Grade K, Unit 1, Lesson 5, Below Level: Mouse and Moose by Scott ForesmanGrade K Unit 1 Lesson 5 Below Level
TONY'S TAXI by Scott ForesmanGrade K Unit 1 Lesson 6 Below Level
Alligator Ann by Scott ForesmanGrade K Unit 2 Lesson 1 Below Level
Soccer Game by Scott ForesmanGrade K Unit 2 Lesson 2 Below Level
Pat the Penguin by Scott ForesmanGrade K Unit 2 Lesson 3 Below Level
Cam the Cow by Rosa PerezGrade K Unit 2 Lesson 4 Below Level
Little Iguana by Scott ForesmanGrade K Unit 2 Lesson 5 Below Level
ME! by Scott ForesmanGrade K Unit 2 Lesson 6 Below Level
Pandas Nap by Donna CiliaGrade K Unit 3 Lesson 1 Below Level
Ric and Rin Run! by Raffi RapGrade K Unit 3 Lesson 2 Below Level
Dan Did It! by Scott ForesmanGrade K Unit 3 Lesson 3 Below Level
Dots, Dots, Dots by Scott ForesmanGrade K Unit 3 Lesson 5 Below Level
Hap is Hot by Kevin ReeseGrade K Unit 4 Lesson 1 Below Level
A Rainy Day by Donna LathamGrade K Unit 4 Lesson 2 Below Level
One, Two, Three, Four, Five! by Scott ForesmanGrade K Unit 4 Lesson 3 Below Level
Gib Got It by Scott ForesmanGrade K Unit 4 Lesson 4 Below Level
Rex's Box by Scott ForesmanGrade K Unit 5 Lesson 2 Below Level
Bud the Mud Bug by Scott ForesmanGrade K Unit 5 Lesson 3 Below Level
Race Day by Scott ForesmanGrade K Unit 5 Lesson 5 Below Level
Stop Quinn Stop by Zak BelahmiraGrade K Unit 5 Lesson 6 Below Level
Do Not Spill! by Megan AlbrechtGrade K Unit 6 Lesson 1 Below Level
Hopscotch by Anita KhanGrade K Unit 6 Lesson 2 Below Level
Gus and His Bus by Scott ForesmanGrade K Unit 6 Lesson 3 Below Level
Reading 2007 Listen to Me Reader, Grade K, Unit 6, Lesson 5, Below Level: The Big Bug by Scott ForesmanGrade K Unit 6 Lesson 5 Below Level
Reading 2007 Listen to Me Reader, Grade K, Unit 6, Lesson 6, Below Level: The Red Bird by Scott ForesmanGrade K Unit 6 Lesson 6 Below Level

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To create a series or add a work to it, go to a "work" page. The "Common Knowledge" section now includes a "Series" field. Enter the name of the series to add the book to it.

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Also avoid publisher series, unless the publisher has a true monopoly over the "works" in question. So, the Dummies guides are a series of works. But the Loeb Classical Library is a series of editions, not of works.

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