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Item description

This Giant Beginning Reader Mini-Book Bundle includes most of the mini-books that I’ve made so far in one bundle.  

Buy this bundle if you want to easily get all the books at once.  You can also find many of my free books individually for download in my shop.   Some of the books have 2 versions (normal reading or fill-in the blank).  Most of the books have a final page where students can create their own picture and sentence.

You can use all the pages in each book or pick and choose the pages that you prefer.  The number of pages range from 8 to 14 per book.

  • Fall Book
  • Winter Book
  • Spring Book
  • Summer Book
  • Halloween Book
  • Pumpkin Life Cycle
  • Thanksgiving Book
  • Harvest Time
  • Five Gingerbread Men
  • Santa Book
  • How To Build A Snowman
  • September Book
  • October Book
  • November Book
  • December Book
  • January Book
  • February Book
  • March Book
  • April Book
  • May Book
  • June Book
  • In My Garden
  • Bob and Cat Plant A Bean
  • Butterfly Life Cycle
  • Cinco De Mayo
  • Earth Day
  • Memorial Day
  • Red Book
  • Groundhog Book
  • The Mitten
  • Thanksgiving Counting
  • …and more

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You students will enjoy learning to read with these giant beginning reader books for Kindergarten.

Learning to read is fun with my free printable mini-books, and you’ll find most of them for free in my shop.  Children love to read books that they take ownership of by coloring and finishing the pages.   Some of my books have completed sentences while others require children to write some of the missing words to complete the story.  You can choose whichever type of story best suits your needs

The pages are not numbered.  It’s easy to mix and match the pages into any order that works best for your situation.  If your children want to express their own creativity by writing and illustrating there own thoughts related to the mini-books, there is almost always a final blank page for students to finish.