Levels A-C MRB Early Emergent Reading Set

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1 Each of 62 Titles (MRBEE62): $310.00
6-PK Each of 62 Titles (372) (PKMRBEE62): $1,860.00
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The MaryRuth Books Early Emergent Reading Set is a leveled reading set of 62 MaryRuth Books fiction and nonfiction titles. The books have been evaluated and leveled by Fountas & Pinnell, using the  F&P Text Level Gradient™ and support the guided reading method of teaching reading.  Titles in this set range in levels from A-C, making them appropriate for Early Emergent readers

The Early Emergent Reading Set is suggested for aspiring readers who are developing knowledge about letters and their corresponding sounds, as well as learning basic reading concepts, like reading left to right and top to bottom.

Readers at this level are beginning to make the one-to-one connection between individual words, that are spoken, and the words printed on a page. Texts that use high frequency words and sentences written in a pattern are helpful. Early Emergent readers also rely heavily on pictures and contextual clues to support their understanding of the text.

Make organizing MaryRuth Books Guided Reading Sets easy by downloading our printable Fountas & Pinnell label sheets. Level labels are formatted to print on the Avery Easy Peel® 5160 Labels template.


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3 reviews for Levels A-C MRB Early Emergent Reading Set

  1. Beth

    Your books are wonderful! I am putting in an order. Thank you, Beth.
    -Title 1 Teacher, Virginia, IL

  2. Cheryl Thompson

    I use Mary Ruth books daily. I like the Early Emergent books due to the high interest level of my students and the use of high frequency words. They also are good books to use for conversation to get the students talking and writing about. I love the Grandma Ruth with Danny books.

  3. Barb

    I use MaryRuth Books all the time. My favorites are in the Early Emergent series because of the high interest and great links to high frequency words. I do not have the whole collection by any means but some of my favorites are: Danny’s Bee—gets the students talking, I am Danny, My Yard, Danny Goes For a Walk, and Danny Can Sort.

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