Compare and Contrast
Fact and Opinion
Main / Central Idea
Point of View
Rhythm & Rhyme
Realistic fiction tells
the story of a person or animal in a real life setting. All characters act in a
way that is true to life; there is no magic or extraordinary happenings.
Sophie has a new kitten and does not want to take a nap.
Sophie does not always like being the baby of the family. Then, one day she finds that her small size is perfect for being a h...
Madison is happy about everyone who is coming to her birthday party except for the new girl in class, Lucy Gilbert. Will Lucy r...
Madison has a hard time concentrating in class until she meets someone who will inspire her to dream big.
Ella creates her very first fashion creation. When she wears the dress to school, the day has a very surprise ending.
Ella hates fractions and is sure she will never use them in her life. Mom just might prove her wrong.
While home from school, Jackson explores his brother’s and sisters’ rooms and wonders why his room is so different from theirs.
When Carter comes home from school, his brother has a surprise waiting for him. But will it be a good surprise?
Carter has a difficult decision to make. He has accepted invitations to two birthday parties that are on the same day. Will he ...
Jackson learns the importance of having everything in its place the hard way.