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Written by Chuck Garofano


A Reading A–Z Level I Leveled Book • Word Count: 311

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Level I Leveled Book
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Written by Chuck Garofano
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Fountas & Pinnell
Reading Recovery 15–16


Written by Chuck Garofano


This bird is a roadrunner.
It lives in the desert and spends most of its time on the ground.
It eats fast lizards, snakes, and bugs.
The roadrunner runs very fast to get its food.


Birds • Level I

The sac holds fish that the pelican scoops up from the water.
There is a deep sac of skin under its beak.
This pelican has a big, long beak.

This big bird is an emu.
It cannot fly because it has small wings for such a large body.
But it has very long, strong legs.
It can run very fast to get away from danger.


Birds • Level I

It uses its beak to pick fruit from trees.
It has a big, colorful beak.
This toucan lives in the rainforest.

This puffin eats small fish.
It is short and fat and
has a colorful beak.
Puffins look funny on land.
But they spend most
of their time in the sea.
They swim under the
water with their wings.


Birds • Level I


Many can fly without making a sound.
Their feathers are very soft.
help them see in the dark.
They have big eyes to
Most owls come out at night.

Eagles fly high above the ground.
They can spot snakes, mice, and
fish from high over land and water.
Eagles have sharp claws
on their feet and sharp beaks.
They use their feet and beaks
to catch food
and rip it apart.



Birds • Level I

to get food from flowers.
They use their long beaks and tongues
They can stay in one place when they fly.
They are bright and colorful.
Hummingbirds are the smallest birds.

Vultures eat dead animals.
Many have no feathers on their heads.
Many have big holes in their beaks.
The holes help them to smell food from far away.


Birds • Level I

They can be very loud.
Cockatoos live in large groups.
hard nuts.
beaks that can crack open
Cockatoos have thick, sharp

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