Señora Chase’s Library by Level


Here are the titles in my Free Reading Library, organized  by level.  This is by no means an exhaustive list of Comprehensible Input novels…rather the titles I have in my library right now. (If you’ve written a CI novel, let me know and I’ll try to add it to my next book order, or better yet, send me a copy! Hint Hint)

Here are lots of details about my FVR program. One of the ways I help my little darlings pick the perfect book is by writing the reading level on the front cover on a mailing label. I noticed that it was hard for students to select a book at an appropriate reading level without any assistance, so I started leveling them. I strategically chose to level them by letter, rather than number.  (I didn’t want a student in Spanish 2, for example, to feel like they must read a book marked Level 2) The labels also help the books to get back to the correct shelf (errr…rain gutter) after we’ve finished reading.

Disclosure: I don’t have a scientific process for leveling my books and I am no expert…I just read a few paragraphs and assigned a letter. If you strongly disagree with my leveling, let me know and I’ll reconsider! (She’s crazy! That book is absolutely not a D, it’s way easier than another book she marked as a B! Who is this Señora Chase anyway?!) 


  1. What a great resource! I would love to be a student in your classroom. For your most novice learners, Edi el Elefante would be a wonderful FVR choice.


    1. I think that title is in the order I just placed!! Thanks for the recommendation, I can’t wait to add it to the collection!


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