Take advantage of SUPER pricing on four superhero-themed Danny books during the month of November. The four books (Super Danny, Bats in Danny’s House, Norman is a Superhero, and The Adventures of Super Danny and Bat-Bee) range from levels C to K, encouraging young readers to progress from guided reading levels Early Emergent to Early Fluent.
In Super Danny, Danny uses his imagination and items he finds around the house to transform himself into a superhero. Super Danny, part of Danny Returns Set 6, is a C leveled title, based on independent evaluation by Fountas & Pinnell using the F&P Text Level Gradient. It is appropriate for an Early Emergent reader.
In Bats in Danny’s House, it’s Bat-Bee’s turn to save the day when a real life bat gets into Danny’s house. Bats in Danny’s House, part of Oh, Danny Boy Set 10, is a D leveled reader, appropriate for Emergent readers (ATOS 0.3).
When Danny, Bee, and Norman are invited to a superhero party in Norman is a Superhero, Norman doesn’t know what to wear. A happy accident helps him decide on the perfect costume. Norman is a Superhero is part of Danny by the Dozen Set 12 and is a level E title, appropriate for Emergent readers (ATOS 0.7).
The Adventures of Super Danny and Bat-Bee is the seventh title in the Danny’s Big Adventure series of chapter books. With powers beyond those of a mortal dog and ordinary bee, Super Danny and Bat-Bee patrol the backyard in a never-ending search for anybody in need of help. Hip hip hooray, Super Danny and Bat-Bee save the day in this level K book, written for Early Fluent readers (ATOS 2.7).