High/Low Books to Engage Striving Readers of All Ages

Many students are not reading at grade level. Help striving readers build reading stamina and stay engaged with high-interest low-level content. The more a student reads, the better reader they will become.

This roundup highlights a wide range of dynamic titles for elementary, middle, and high school ­audiences. From graphic novels and celebrity biographies to survival stories and edgy YA fiction, there is something here for every interest.

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High/Low Titles – What Does That Mean?

by Lara Neel, Trade Marketing Manager

Those of us who publish books can sometimes be (accurately!) accused of developing our own language, of sorts. For example, you may have noticed that we tend to call a book a “title.” I think that’s because we want to be clear when we’re talking about a set of ideas, words, and photographs, without the confusion of worrying about the exact format. Using those definitions, one title could spawn many, many books. Read More