The Level F books often contain several episodes, which the reader needs to keep in mind and blend together into a coherent storyline. Characters are more developed, and readers are expected to draw inferences about characters. The language is more challenging, and there is far less repetition in sentences. The literary language that began to show up in Level E is even more prevalent.
The books in this library shelf are also included in the complete Kindergarten Classroom Library. For complete details about the Teachers College Reading and Writing Project Classroom Libraries please visit