State/Country Readers

Patterned after the popular nineteenth-century McGuffey Readers, these multi-leveled books aim to teach life lessons and build reading skills. Colorful illustrations accompany lively prose, poetry, games, and short stories--working together to entertain as well as educate. Simple poems and riddles engage the beginning reader while older students are captivated by longer, more challenging fare including biographies and original fiction.

The American Reader

We often sing the "Star Spangled Banner," but what do the words mean? Why did Franklin Delano Roosevelt stay in office longer than any other U.S. president? Following the style of an… More »

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The Michigan Reader

Harking back to the turn of the last century, this early reader is sure to charm students, teachers, and parents alike. In a compact format, The Michigan Reader features poems, short stories… More »

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The Missouri Reader

Our Readers (also known as "primers") are modeled after the popular nineteenth-century McGuffey Readers, which were used to teach life lessons and reading skills to young children. Judy… More »

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The New Jersey Reader

Our Readers (also known as "primers") are modeled after the popular nineteenth-century McGuffey Readers, which were used to teach life lessons and reading skills to young children. Using… More »

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The New York Reader

Our Readers (also known as primers) are patterned after the popular nineteenth century McGuffey Readers which were used to teach life lessons and reading skills to young children. From the… More »

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The Ohio Reader

From the author of B is for Buckeye: An Ohio Alphabet and Cardinal Numbers: An Ohio Number Book comes yet another reason to enjoy learning about the Buckeye State. In The Ohio Reader Marcia… More »

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The Pennsylvania Reader

Trinka Hakes Noble, the author of One for All: A Pennsylvania Number Book, continues her celebration of the Keystone State in The Pennsylvania Reader. Oh, Pennsylvania, how we praise thee… More »

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