Series: Scholastic phonics readers

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Phonics Readers: Hello! by Francie Alexander1
Phonics Readers: Up by Nancy Hechinger2
Phonics Readers: The ABCs! by Nancy Hechinger3
Phonics Readers: I See by Francie Alexander4
Will I? (Scholastic Phonics Readers, 5) by Nancy Hechinger5
I Like the ABCs [Scholastic Phonics Readers] by Francie Alexander6
Mmm, I Like! [Scholastic Phonics Readers] by Wiley Blevins7
Dad [Scholastic Phonics Readers] by Wiley Blevins8
He likes, she likes (Scholastic phonics readers) by John Shefelbine9
To Tad (Scholastic phonics readers) by Stacie Sinder10
Dad and Sam [Scholastic Phonics Readers] by John Shefelbine11
A lot on top (Scholastic phonics readers) by Wiley Blevins12
Who Has the Hat? [Scholastic Phonics Readers] by Gail Tuchman13
The Big Hit [Scholastic Phonics Readers] by Anne Schreiber14
Pop! Pop! [Scholastic Phonics Readers] by Anne Schreiber15
Scholastic PR: Where Is Nat? by Anne Schreiber17
My cat can (Scholastic phonics readers) by Gail Tuchman18
Who Has a Bill? by Judy Nayer19
Where Is It? by Judy Nayer20
Jim: Book 21 by Janelle Cherrington21
Zzzzz (Scholastic phonics readers) by Janelle Cherrington22
Dig! (Scholastic phonics readers) by Judy Nayer23
Drip, Drop, Drip! (Scholastic Phonics Readers, Book 24) by Janelle Cherrington24
Let's Grow Them by Nancy Leber25
Max's Pet [Scholastic Phonics Readers] by Nancy Leber26
Kim's Big Mess by Nancy Leber27
Nick's Trick by Nancy Leber28
No Fun for Gus! (Scholastic phonics readers) by Nancy Leber29
The Pet Bath by Nancy Leber30
Two dogs (Scholastic phonics readers) by John L Shefelbine31
Yip! Yap! [Scholastic Phonics Readers] by John Shefelbine32
A trip in the van (Scholastic phonics readers) by John L Shefelbine33
Fish wish (Scholastic phonics readers) by John L Shefelbine35
The big race (Scholastic phonics readers) by Nancy Hechinger37
The pancake man (Scholastic phonics readers) by Francie Alexander38
Lime ice is nice (Scholastic phonics readers) by Francie Alexander39
Hen Pen's Joke (Scholastic Phonics Readers, Book 40) by Gail Tuchman40
The three little pigs (Scholastic phonics readers) by Gail Tuchman41
The Street Band (Scholastic Phonics Readers) by Anne Schreiber42
Troll Tricks by Anne Schreiber43
Play the Animal Game! by Anne Schreiber44
Slip Slide Baseball Jokes by Tuchman45
Say It and Smile! by Wiley Blevins46
Chuck's Lunch by Wiley Blevins47
Whale of a Joke! (Book 48) by Wiley Blevins48
The frog trail (Scholastic phonics readers) by Judy Nayer49
A rain forest day (Scholastic phonics readers) by Judy Nayer50
Dinosaur hall (Scholastic phonics readers) by Judy Nayer51
Paws and Claws by Janelle Cherrington52
Small Animals with Big Names [Scholastic Phonics Readers] by Nancy Hechinger53
See the sea (Scholastic phonics readers) by Janelle Cherrington54
Follow it! (Scholastic phonics readers) by John L Shefelbine55
Bo's bows (Scholastic phonics readers) by Carol Katzman56
Baby Pig at School by Francie AlexanderBook 57
Donkey and Monkey (Scholastic phonics readers) by John L Shefelbine58
The Hungry Toad : Scholastic Phonics Readers Book 59 by Janelle Cherrington59
Goat's book (Scholastic phonics readers) by John L Shefelbine60
Pizza cook: A story about pizza cook Kwaku Twumasi (Scholastic phonics readers) by Dan Shapiro61
Root for the Team by Nancy Leber62
All around the farm: A story about farmer Steven Powell (Scholastic phonics readers) by Amy Levin63
The Proud Mayor A Story About Mayor Stephen Yamasbiro by Nancy Leber64
Clay Things, Play Things!: A Story About Artist Becky Wible by Dan Shapiro65
Tank talk: A story about marine biologist Laela Sayigh (Scholastic phonics readers) by Dan Shapiro66
Who helped Ox?: A folk tale about cooperation (Scholastic phonics readers) by Carmen T. Bernier-Grand68

Related tags


  1. Will it Fit by Anne Schreiber (1997)
  2. Shhh! (Scholastic Phonics Readers, 36) by John Shefelbine (1997)
  3. The Quick Duck by John Shefelbine (1997)
  4. At-Home Phonics: The Hat by Judith Bauer Stamper (1998)
  5. The week we cleaned the park: A verse about responsibility (Scholastic phonics readers) by Francie Alexander (1997)
  6. All on a Saturday night: A song about friendship (Scholastic phonics readers) by Anne Stribling (1997)
  7. The kind child: A story about love (Scholastic phonics readers) by Nancy Hechinger (1997)
  8. Wild lion and the mice: A fable about kindness (Scholastic phonics readers) by Adrienne Betz (1997)
  9. I Am Sam (Phonics Chapter Books) by John Shefelbine (1998)
  10. Lunch by Gay Su Pinnell (2000)
  11. Big Pig on a Dig by Phil Roxbee Cox (1999)
  12. A Bug, a Bear, and a Boy Fly a Kite by David McPhail (1998)
  13. Tim (Phonics Ready readers) by Janelle Cherrington (2000)
  14. I Spy: A Poem About Working Together (Scholastic Phonics Readers, Book 70) by Carol Katzman (1997)
  15. The game (Even more Bob books for young readers) by Bobby Lynn Maslen (1994)

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Works can belong to more than one series. In some cases, as with Chronicles of Narnia, disagreements about order necessitate the creation of more than one series.

Tip: If the series has an order, add a number or other descriptor in parenthesis after the series title (eg., "Chronicles of Prydain (book 1)"). By default, it sorts by the number, or alphabetically if there is no number. If you want to force a particular order, use the | character to divide the number and the descriptor. So, "(0|prequel)" sorts by 0 under the label "prequel."

What isn't a series?

Series was designed to cover groups of books generally understood as such (see Wikipedia: Book series). Like many concepts in the book world, "series" is a somewhat fluid and contested notion. A good rule of thumb is that series have a conventional name and are intentional creations, on the part of the author or publisher. For now, avoid forcing the issue with mere "lists" of works possessing an arbitrary shared characteristic, such as relating to a particular place. Avoid series that cross authors, unless the authors were or became aware of the series identification (eg., avoid lumping Jane Austen with her continuators).

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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