Speech therapy books for targeting multiple goals

Speech Therapy Books can
Target Multiple Goals at Once!

Speech therapy books specifically, aren't the easiest to find.

If you run a web search, you'll probably find books (typically classic children's books) that can be used to help practice speech and language concepts.

Many children's books are wonderful for promoting speech and language.

We put this list together to save you time in searching for which books can teach what, along with examples of how to use them.

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Pronouns - All

Book

Author

Example

Articulation

Semantics

Mine All Mine: A Book About Pronouns

Ruth Heller

The king is him or the king is he?

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I and You and Don't forget Who

Brian Cleary
& Brian Gamble

Even little ol' me is a pronoun.

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If You Were a Pronoun

Nancy Loewen
& Sarah Gray

They each ate three slices of pizza.

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Pronouns - Subjective

Book

The Very Busy Spider

Author

Eric Carle

Example

She was very busy.

Articulation

-

Semantics

-

I Went Walking

Sue Williams

I went walking.

I saw a red hen.

w

simple sentences

asking/answering questions

animals

The Very Hungry Caterpillar

Eric Carle

But he was stil hungry.

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-

Who Will Be My Mother?

Joy Cowley

I am ___.
I can't ___.

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-

From Head to Toe

Eric Carle

I can do it. Can you do it?

k, g

body parts, following directions, joint attention

Peek-A-Boo

Janet & Allan Ahlberg

He see his ___.

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-

Press Here

Herve Tullet

Kyle tapped it. He shook it.

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size, quantity


Pronouns - Objective

Book

Author

Example

Articulation

Semantics

Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?

Bill Martin, Jr.

I see ___ looking at me.

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simple sentences

asking/answering questions

animals

Panda Bear, Panda Bear, What Do You See?

Bill Martin, Jr.

I see ___ looking at me.

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-

Can I Keep Him?

Steven Kellog

Can I keep him?

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-

Just My Friend and Me

Mercer Mayer

Won't find me.

-

possessive pronouns


Pronouns - Possessive

Book

Author

Example

Articulation

Semantics

Are You My Mother?

P.D. Eastman

Are you my mother?

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-

Peek-A-Boo

Janet & Allan Ahlberg

He sees his ___.

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-

Have you Seen My Cat?

Eric Carle

Have you seen my cat?

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-

Mary Wore Her Red Dress

Merle Peek

Mary wore her red dress.

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-

From Head to Toe

Eric Carle

I can kick my legs. I stomp my foot.

k, g

body parts

Just My Friend and Me

Mercer Mayer

ride my bike, kiss our owies

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objective pronouns


Pronouns - Reflexive

Book

Author

Example

Articulation

Semantics

The Little Red Hen

Margot Zemach

Then I'll do it myself.

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All by Myself

Mercer Mayer

I can ___... add all by myself.

k

-

I Can Do It Myself

Diane Adams

I can do it myself.

k

-

Jump Frog Jump

Robert Kalan

I can do it myself.

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-

The Lion Who Saw Himself in the Water

Idries Shah

-

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Little Brown Bear Dresses Himself

Claude Lebrun

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Prepositions

Book

Author

Example

Articulation

Semantics

Polar Bear, Polar Bear, What Do You Hear?

Bill Martin, Jr.

I hear ___ in my ear.

r

simple sentences, questions, animals, verbs

Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?

Bill Martin, Jr.

I see ___ looking at me.

r

simple sentences, questions, animals, verbs

One Gorilla

Atusko Morozumi

New preposition on each page.

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A Dark, Dark Tale

Ruth Brown

In the woods... On the house...

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Klippety Klop

Ed Emberly

Across the field. Through the grass.

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The Berenstein Bears and the Spooky Old Tree

Stan & Jan Berenstein

One with a light. One with a rope.

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Bears in the Night

Stan & Jan Berenstein

Under the bridge. Around the lake.

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Inside, Outside, Upside Down

Stan & Jan Berenstein

In a box, on a truck.

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Rosie's Walk

Pat Hutchins

across the yard, around the lake

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Where's Spot?

Eric Hill

behind the door, under the stairs

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Where is Baby's Belly Button?

Karen Katz

under her hat, behind the cup

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Toes, Ears, & Nose!

Karen Katz

Beneath my scarf is ___.

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Pull-back Busy Train Book

Usborne

out from the dark tunnel

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 places


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Forms of "To Be" (Copula) - Present Tense

Book

Author

Example

Articulation

Semantics

My House

Noelle Carter

I am a ___.

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Are You My Mother?

P.D. Eastman

Are you my mother?

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Forms of "To Be" (Copula) - Past Tense

Book

Author

Example

Articulation

Semantics

The Very Hungry Caterpillar

Eric Carle

But he was still hungry.

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-

Double Trouble

Rose Greydanus

Was it Tim? Was it Jim?

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Forms of "To Be" (Copula) - Be Verb +ing

Book

Author

Example

Articulation

Semantics

The Chick and the Duckling

Mirra Ginsburg

I am ___ing.

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-

One Cold Wet Night

Joy Cowley

I'm going to be warm tonight.

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-

Henny Penny

Paul Galdone

Where are you going?

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Book

Author

Example

Articulation

Semantics

The Little Red Hen

Margot Zemach

Who will help me ___?

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Put Me in the Zoo

Robert Lopshire

I can put them ___.

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-

Who Will be My Mother?

Joy Cowley

Who will be my mother?

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-

Mr. Brown Can Moo, Can You?

Dr. Seuss

Mr. Brown can ___, can you?

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Green Eggs and Ham

Dr. Seuss

Would you, could you...?

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Pretend You're a Cat

Jean Marzollo

Can you ___?

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Where Can it Be?

Ann Jonas

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-

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Negatives

Book

Author

Example

Articulation

Semantics

Green Eggs and Ham

Dr. Seuss

I do not like them.

r

-

I'm Not Moving, Mama

Nancy Carlstrom

I'm not moving.

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-

It Looked Like Spilt Milk

Charles G. Shaw

It wasn't ___.

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-

The Very Busy Spider

Eric Carle

The Spider didn't answer.

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I Don't Want to be a Frog

Dev Petty

I don't want to be a frog. You can't be a cat.

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I Don't Want to Go to Sleep

Dev Petty

I don't want to go to sleep.

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The Gingerbread Boy

Paul Galdone

They couldn't ___. You can't ___.

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Who Will be My Mother?

Joy Cowley

I can't ___.

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Hairy Bear

Joy Cowley

I don't care.

r

-

One Monday Morning

Uri Shuleintz

I wasn't home.

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-

Have you Seen My Cat?

Eric Carle

That is not my cat.

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-

It’s Not Easy Being a Bunny

Marilyn Sadler

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-

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Verbs

Book

Author

Example

Articulation

Semantics

From Head to Toe

Eric Carle

turn my head, raise my shoulders, wave arms

k, g

body parts, following directions, joint attention

All Better!

Kane Miller

clean it, kiss it

k, f, n, b, w

on/off, body parts, colors, animals (boo boo/owies)

I'm a Hungry Dinosaur

Usborne

shake, stir, pat, smooth

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-

Press Here

Herve Tullet

tap this, rub here, shake it

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size, quantity

The Little Old Lady Who Was Not Afraid of Anything

Linda Williams

wiggle, shake, clap, nod

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getting scared, halloween


Verbs - Present Tense

Book

Author

Example

Articulation

Semantics

Biscuit

Alyssa Satin Capucilli

Biscuit wants ___.

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Muddle & Match Collection

Kane Miller

bounces and balances the ball, slips on her swimsuit

initial sounds

alliteration, jobs, animals, sports, imagination, monsters


Verbs - Present Progressive

Book

Author

Example

Articulation

Semantics

Leaf Man 

Lois Ehlert

gliding, flying, following & irregular past tense 

l, f, w

fall vocab, compare/contrast, sequencing

Panda Bear, Panda Bear, What Do You See?

Bill Martin, Jr.

soaring, charging, strutting by me

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-

The Napping House

Audry Wood

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Golden Bear

Ruth Young

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Verbs - Past Tense

Book

Author

Example

Articulation

Semantics

One Cold Wet Night

Joy Cowley

The ___ jumped.

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The Ball Bounced

Nancy Tafuri

The ball bounced. The dog barked.

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The Mysteries of Harris Burdick

Chris Van Allsburg

Try to use target tense while finishing the story.

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Press Here

Herve Tullet

tapped the dot, shook the page

-

size, quantity

Dear Zoo

Rod Campbell

I wrote to the zoo, They sent me a ___.

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size, quantity

Leaf Man 

Lois Ehlert

gliding, flying, following & irregular past tense 

l, f, w

fall vocab, compare/contrast, sequencing


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Plural Nouns

Book

Author

Example

Articulation

Semantics

Usborne Count to 100

Felicity Brooks

flowers, leaves, cars, etc.

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animals, cars, common vocabulary pictured

Feet and Puppies, Thieves and Guppies: What Are Irregular Plurals?

Brian Cleary

ponies, teeth, pototes, geese

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Farm Babies

Rod Campbell

two lambs, three puppies

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animals

The Very Hungry Caterpillar

Eric Carle

two pears, three plums

-

food

Wombat Stew

Marica Vaughan

soft feathers, crunchy flies

-

adjectives

One Foot, Two Feet

Peter Maloney

one mouse, two mice

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-


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Superlatives

Book

Author

Example

Articulation

Semantics

Dear Zoo

Rod Campbell

He was too big. 

-

animals

Just Me and My Little Sister

Mercer Mayer

was too high, was too fast

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-

Usborne Count to 100

Felicity Brooks

I'm the fastest, tallest, highest, lowest

-

common vocabulary, counting

Up, Up, & Away

Ruth Heller

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-

superlatives, double negatives


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Adjectives

Book

Author

Example

Articulation

Semantics

Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day

Judith Viorst

terrible, horrible, scrunched, smushed

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Dinosaur Roar

Henrietta Stickland

bumpy, smooth, grumpy, sweet, clean, dirty

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Dear Zoo

Rod Campbell

jumpy, fierce, naughty

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animals

Wombat Stew

Marica Vaughan

soft feathers, crunchy flies

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verbs

Many Luscious Lollipops

Ruth Heller

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-

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Adverbs

Book

Author

Example

Articulation

Semantics

Dearly, Nearly, Insincerely

Brian Cleary

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-

-

Up, Up, & Away

Ruth Heller

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-

superlatives, double negatives


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Synonyms

Book

Author

Example

Articulation

Semantics

Fortunately, Unfortunately

Remy Charlip

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-

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Pitch and Throw, Grasp and Know

Brian Cleary

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-

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Antonyms

Book

Author

Example

Articulation

Semantics

Stop and Go, Yes and No

Brian Cleary

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Multiple Meaning Words

Book

Author

Example

Articulation

Semantics

Truman's Aunt Farm

Jama Kim Rattigan

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-

How Much Can a Bare Bear Bear

Brian Cleary

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Questions - What

Book

Author

Example

Articulation

Semantics

Polar Bear, Polar Bear, What Do You Hear?

Bill Martin, Jr.

What do you hear?

r

simple sentences, questions, animals, verbs 

Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?

Bill Martin, Jr.

What do you see?

r

simple sentences, questions, animals, adjectives

Peek-A-Boo

Janet & Allan Ahlberg

What does he see? 

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-

Pretend You're a Cat

Jean Marzollo

What else can you do like a ___?

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-

I Went Walking

Sue Williams

What did you see?

w

simple sentences, questions, animals

Put Me in the Zoo

Robert Lopshire

What can you do?

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-

A Chicken Followed Me Home

Robin Page

What will my chicken eat?

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Story Path

Kate Baker

What noise did it make?

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Press Here

Herve Tullet

What happened?

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Questions - Where

Book

Author

Example

Articulation

Semantics

Where is Baby's Belly Button?

Karen Katz

Where is baby's mouth, feet?

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Henny Penny

Paul Galdone

Where are you going?

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-

Who Took My Shoe

Karen Emigh

Who, What, Where, Why, How?

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-

Story Path

Kate Baker

Where did you go?

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-

You Choose

Pippa Goodhart

Where would you go?, Where would you sleep?

-

life choices

Peck, Peck, Peck

Lucy Cousins

Where did he peck?, Where is the____?

final k ,initial p

categorization, rhyming 


Questions - Who

Book

Author

Example

Articulation

Semantics

Clothesline Clues to Jobs People Do

Kathryn Heling

Who wears this?

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Who Will be My Mother?

Joy Cowley

Who will be my mother?

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-

The Little Red Hen

Margot Zemach

Who will ___? Who will plant this wheat?

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Who Sank the Boat?

Pamela Allan

Who sank the boat?

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Who Took My Shoe?

Karen Emigh

Who, What, Where, Why, How?

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Muddle & Match Collection

Kane Miller

Ask who, etc. about mixable flap stories

initial sounds

alliteration, jobs, animals, sports, imagination, monsters

Who's Next?

Usborne 

Who left? Who came next?

k, h, l

animals


Questions - Whose

Book

Author

Example

Articulation

Semantics

Whose Hat is This?

Sharon Katz Cooper

Whose is it?

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Whose Tools are These?

Sharon Katz Cooper

Whose tools are these?

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Whose Vehicle is This?

Sharon Katz Cooper

Whose is it?

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Whose Footprint is That? 

Jacqui Brown

Whose is that?

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Whose Baby am I?

John Butler

Whose baby am I?

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Whose Footprints?

Masayuki Yabuuchi


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Questions - When

Book

Author

Example

Articulation

Semantics

When Pigs Fly

Valerie Coulman

When pigs fly, When will cow get a bike?

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On the Go Time

Elizabeth Verdick

When to wear a coat, your shoes, etc?

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Questions - Why

Book

Author

Example

Articulation

Semantics

Why?: The Best Ever Question and Answer Book

Catherine Ripley

Why is soap slippery? Why do cows moo?

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-

Why?

Richard Torrey

Why doesn't hair hurt when you cut it? 

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Questions - Which

Book

Author

Example

Articulation

Semantics

Usborne Count to 100

Felicity Brooks

Which bird is highest? Which is lowest?

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common vocabulary, counting


Questions - How

Book

Author

Example

Articulation

Semantics

How Big is a Pig?

Clare Beaton

How big is a pig?

-

opposites, size, adjectives, animals

"How Do Dinosaurs?" Series

Jane Yolen

How do dinosaurs clean their room? 

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How Do You Hug a Porcupine?

Laurie Isop

How do you hug a ___?

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How to Babysit a Grandma

Jean Reagan

How do you keep a grandma busy?

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Who Took My Shoe?

Karen Emigh

Who, What, Where, Why, How?

-

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Story Path

Kate Baker

How fast was it?

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How Do I Put It On?

Shigeo Watanabe

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How?: The Most Awesome Question and Answer Book

Catherine Ripley

How do candles stay lit? How does the sand get so hot?

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Questions - Do

Book

Author

Example

Articulation

Semantics

Green Eggs and Ham

Dr. Seuss

Do you like them?

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-

The Berenstein Bears and the Spooky Old Tree

Stan & Jan Berenstein

Do they dare?

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Story Path

Kate Baker

Did it fit? 

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Questions - Yes/No

Book

Author

Example

Articulation

Semantics

Pretend You're a Cat

Jean Marzollo

Can you ___?

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-

Are You My Mother?

P.D. Eastman

Are you my mother?

-

-

Double Trouble

Rose Greydanus

Was it Tim? Was it Jim?

-

-

Where's Spot?

Eric Hill

Is he in the ___?

-

-

Whose Footprints?

Masayuki Yabuuchi

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-

-

The Bus Stop

Nancy Hellen

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Questions - Have

Book

Author

Example

Articulation

Semantics

Have you Seen Elephant?

David Barrow

Have you seen elephant?

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Have you Seen My Cat?

Eric Carle

Have you seen my cat?

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-

Where’s My Daddy?

Shigeo Watanabe

-

-

-

The Gingerbread Boy

Paul Galdone

-

-

-


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Complex Sentences - Relative Clause

Book

Author

Example

Articulation

Semantics

There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly

Pam Adams

who swallowed a fly... who swallowed a spider

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-

There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed Series

Lucille Colandro

who swallowed a frog, who swallowed a turkey

-

sequencing, seasonal vocabulary, synonyms

One Was Johnny

Maurice Sendak

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-

-

This Is the Farmer

Nancy Tafuri

-

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Complex Sentences - If Clause

Book

Author

Example

Articulation

Semantics

The Runaway Bunny

Margaret Wise Brown

If you... then I'll...

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-

If You Give a Mouse a Cookie Series

Laura Numeroff

If you give a mouse a... he'll want a...

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-

What If ___? Then We ___

Rebecca Kai Dotlich

What if... then we...

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-

You Choose

Pippa Goodhart

If you could go anywhere, If you could sleep anywhere

-

life choices

The Trouble with Elephants

Chris Riddell

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Complex Sentences - But Clause

Book

Author

Example

Articulation

Semantics

Just For You

Mercer Meyer

I wanted to ___, but...

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-

Just Me and 6000 Rats

Rick Walton

A tale of conjunctions

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-

Amelia Bedelia Series

Peggy Parish

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Complex Sentences - Because Clause

Book

Author

Example

Articulation

Semantics

I Love Daddy Because

Laurel Portet-Gaylord

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-

-

It’s a Good Thing

Steve Zuckman


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-

Because

Richard Torrey

because is the perfect answer to these questions

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-


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Conjunctions

Book

Author

Example

Articulation

Semantics

The Mysteries of Harris Burdick

Chris Van Allsburg

Use target conjunction while finishing the story

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-

Just Me and 6000 Rats

Rick Walton

A tale of conjunctions

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-


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Compare/Contrast

Book

Author

Example

Articulation

Semantics

Dear Mrs. LaRue: Letters from Obedience School 

Mark Teague

compare/contrast viewpoints of same situation, inferring

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-

A Tale of Two Beasts

Fiona Roberton

compare two perspectives, first from girl, second from squirrel

-

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Leaf Man 

Lois Ehlert

compare abstract pictures made with leaves

l, f, w

fall vocab, compare/contrast, sequencing, verbs


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Inferences /Predictions

Book

Author

Example

Articulation

Semantics

Elephant & Piggie Series

Mo Williems

inferring, emotions, pragmatics

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-

The Big Hungry Bear Books

Don & Audry Wood

inferring, emotions, predicting, questions

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Ring, Yo?

Chris Raschka

infer from half a phone conversation, pragmatics

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This is Not My Hat

John Klassen

inferring, questions

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My Lucky Day

Keiko Kasza

infer for the whole book to make you giggle

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Tops & Bottoms

Janet Stevens

match parts of plants by making inferences

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plants

Piggie Pie

Margie Palatini

infer and predict, even the ending

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-

Two Bad Ants

Chris Van Allsburg

inferring is always needed with this author

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-

The Pigeon Finds a Hot Dog

Mo Willems

inferring, pragmatics

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-

Elmer

David McKee

inferring

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Elmer and Rose

David McKee

inferring, predicting

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Enemie Pie

Derek Munson

inferring, predicting, questions

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-

The Stray Dog

Marc Simont

inferring, predicting, problem solving

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Sylvester & the Magic Pebble

William Steig

inferring, prediciting, vocabulary, comprehension

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-

Dr. De Soto

William Steig

predicting, questions, vocabulary, comprehension

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-

Chester's Way

Kevin Henkes

inferring emotions, predicting

-

-


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Narratives

Book

Author

Example

Articulation

Semantics

Story Path

Kate Baker

choose your own path pictures to tell a story

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-

Muddle & Match Collection

Kane Miller

Mixable flap stories as story starters

initial sounds 

alliteration, jobs, animals, sports, imagination, monsters

Shark Detective

Jessica Olien

Sequencing retell, problem solving

sh

-

The Mysteries of Harris Burdick

Chris Van Allsburg

Finish telling the stories in appopriate sequence

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-

The Man Who Walked Between the Towers 

Mordicai Gerstein

Sequencing, retell of a true story

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inferencing

Journey

Aaron Becker

Wordless book for inferring, retell, speech/language sample

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any target

Float

Daniel Miyares

Wordless book for inferring, retell, speech/language sample

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any target

Chalk

Bill Thomson

Wordless book for inferring, retell, speech/language sample

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any target

Uh-Oh!

Shutta Crum

Wordless book for inferring, retell, speech/language sample

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any target

Aunt Isabel Tells a Good One 

Kate Duke

Goes through story components as it tells stories

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-

The Little Pea

Amy Krouse Rosenthal

Retell the relatable story of a pea who won't eat all of his candy

initial p

-


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Phonological Awareness

Book

Author

Example

Articulation

Semantics

I'm a Hungry Dinosaur

Janeen Brian

Rhyming 

-

-

Tanka Tanka Skunk!

Steve Webb

Syllable counting, rhyming, rhythm throughout

sk, nk, k

animals

Peck, Peck Peck

Lucy Cousins

Rhyming, multi-syllablic words

final k, initial p

where?, categorization


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Expressive Expansion

Book

Author

Example

Articulation

Semantics

Story Path

Kate Baker

Choose your own path pictures to tell a story

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-

Muddle & Match Collection

Kane Miller

One page mixable flap stories to start talking

initial sounds 

alliteration, jobs, animals, sports, imagination, monsters

Usborne Count to 100

Felicity Brooks

I'm the fastest, I'm the tallest

-

animals, cars, common vocabulary pictured

Who's Next?

Usborne 

Try to predict who will come next & who just left

k, h, l

animals, inferring/prediction

Pull-back Busy Train Book

Usborne 

Interactive pull-back train trying to get to the zoo

-

places

All Better!

Usborne 

Repositional band-aids help you talk about animals' owies

k, f, n, b, w

on/off, body parts, colors, animals (boo boo/owies)

You Choose

Usborne 

Fun, imaginative "what if" questions 

conversation

life choices

Secrets of the Apple Tree

Carron Brown

Read facts then shine a light on the page to discover more

conversation

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The Mysteries of Harris Burdick

Chris Van Allsburg

A picture & two sentences set each story up for an older child to finish

conversation

-


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Social Skills

Book

Author

Example

Articulation

Semantics

The Giving Tree

Shel Silverstein

problem solving, giving and taking in relationships, emotions

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-

Where the Wild Things Are

Maurice Sendak

conversation, turn taking, topic maintenance

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-

A Bad Case of the Stripes

David Shannon

emotions, problem solving, peer pressure, perspective taking

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-

Muddle & Match Collection

Kane Miller

problem solving, turn taking, topic maintenance, initiation, emotions 

initial sounds 

alliteration, jobs, animals, sports, imagination, monsters

Who's Next?

Usborne Books

Turn taking, joint attention, complimenting

k, h, l

animals, inferring/prediction

A Tale of Two Beasts

Fiona Roberton

Perspective - first from the girl, then from the squirrel

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You Choose

Usborne

Initiation, turn taking, topic maintenance, abstract thinking, problem solving 

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life choices

Even Superheroes Have Bad Days 

Becker & Kaban

emotions, problem solving

s

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Adrift

Jessica Olien

perspective, differences

l

friendship

A Boy and His Jaguar

Alan Rabinowitz

perspective taking, inferencing, compare/contrast

vocalic r, r blends

bullying, equality, compassion, stuttering, 

Where the Sidewalk Ends

Shel Silverstein

figurative language poems, abstract thinking, perspective taking

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fluency

The Koala Who Could

Rachel Bright & Jim Field

emotions, changes, trying new things

l, k

courage, story retell

Jabari Jumps 

Gaia Cornwall

emotions, changes, trying new things

j, s blends

courage, story retell

My Mouth is a Volcano! 

Julia Cook

interrupting, listening, pragmatics

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The Bad Seed

Jory John

pragmatics, expected/unexpected, commenting, perspective taking

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Lou Knows What to Do: Supermarket

Kimberly Tice

pragmatics, expected/unexpected, commenting, perspective taking

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