Levels F-H MRB Upper Emergent Reading Set

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1 Each of 48 Titles (MRBUE48): $240.00
6-PK Each of 48 Titles (288 Books) (PKMRBUE48): $1,440.00
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The MaryRuth Books Upper Emergent Reading Set consists of  48 fiction and nonfiction titles, ranging from levels F-H. 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 include Danny at the Car Wash, Danny Paints a Picture, Danny and Bee’s Safety Rules, Pizza Delivery, and more. 

This set is suggested for Upper Emergent readers who can use a range of word‐solving strategies to decode unknown words. For students reading at this level, early reading behaviors, like left‐to‐right directionality and voice‐print match, are completely automatic. When reading aloud, they are able to read at an appropriate rate, with conversational phrasing, intonation, and word stress.

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.

Lesson Plans and Running Records

Each title in the MaryRuth Books Upper Emergent Reading Set has a corresponding lesson plan and running record available as a FREE download. The link for each title’s downloads can be found on the individual product page. Or download a complete set of lesson plans or running records for all 48 titles through the links on this page.


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1 review for Levels F-H MRB Upper Emergent Reading Set

  1. Linda Beal (verified owner)

    If I remember correctly, Mia was trained in Reading Recovery. I was a Reading Recovery Teacher Leader for many years and perhaps that is why her books resonate so much. There are so few companies that truly understand how to consider font, print layout, sight words, picture support, sentence structure and engage readers the way your books do. We did a complete overhaul of our classroom libraries about 10 years ago and we have nearly all your books across our K-2 as part of our libraries and all your characters are like family members to our students. Whatever we can do to keep the students’ literacy on track while connecting with their favorite characters during remote learning will be a win/win.

    Thank you for all you do!

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