What are the best books for Level C readers?

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    #1Who Can Play? (Ladybug Girl)

    Who Can Play? (Ladybug Girl)
    Who Can Play? is a picture book in the early reader series, the Ladybug Girl series written by Jacky Davis and illustrated by David Soman. It was first released in 2013. 
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    Dennis Rios
    Written on April 27, 2018
    "Great book for kids. My nephew loves this book and Jacky Davis is a fantastic author."
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    #2Play with Blue (Penguin Young Readers)

    Play with Blue (Penguin Young Readers)

    Play with Blue is a picture book in the Penguin Young Readers Level 1 series. It was authored by Bonnie Bader and illustrated by Michael Robertson. It was released in 2013. It is about an alien who tries to befriend the first kids he meets.

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    Christian Reyes
    Written on May 2, 2018
    "An easy story for those in the process of learning english."
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    #3Clara and Clem in Outer Space (Penguin Young Readers)

    Clara and Clem in Outer Space (Penguin Young Readers)

    Clara and Clem in Outer Space is a picture book in the Penguin Young Readers Level 1 readers. It was authored and illustrated by Ethan Long. It was released in 2013. It is about two kids who traveled space with their robot.

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    Anna Ortiz
    Written on April 30, 2018
    "Clara and Clem in Outer Space is not the most popular children's book, but it is adorable. I recommend this for you and a child."
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    #4Where Do Monsters Live?

    Where Do Monsters Live?

    Where Do Monsters Live? is a picture book for early readers authored and illustrated by Rozanne Lanczak Williams. It was first released in 1998. It is a part of the Learn To Read series published by Creative Teaching Press.

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    Ben Lee
    Written on May 4, 2018
    "I teach elementary art and bought this book after seeing another art teacher use it. It's a great book to use for K-1 when discussing pattern, color, or texture."
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    #5See How It Grows (Emergent Reader Science)

    See How It Grows (Emergent Reader Science)

    See How It Grows is a picture book in the Emergent Reader Science LEvel 1 series. It is written by Kimberlee Graves and illustrated by Marilynn Barr. It was released in January 2003.

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    Pamela Lee
    Written on April 29, 2018
    "This book would be perfect for my daughter. I really like how this page shows you what topics that this book covers and the perfect topics for the stated age group, in my opinion. My daughter would love this!"
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    #6Whose Forest Is It?

    Whose Forest Is It?

    Whose Forest Is It? is a picture book in the Emergent Reader Science Level 1 series written by Rozanne Lanczak Williams and illustrated by Jack Graber. It was released in 1994 and is about using possessive words in sentences.

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    Philip Pearson
    Written on May 10, 2018
    "My wife has been learning English for some time but has always had trouble with specific words. This book goes over possessive words in sentences and she seemed to think it has helped a bit. I looked it over also because it is only 8 pages and feel like it would be a good book for ESL teachers. It is written in a simple way and is easy to follow. Watch the price though because it is extremely short."
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    #7Cat & Dog

    Cat & Dog

    Cat & Dog is a picture book in the Emergent Reader Series written by Rozanne Lanczak Williams and illustrated by Catherine Leary. It was released in 1994. It is about a cat and a dog trying to paint.

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    Justin Aguilar
    Written on May 4, 2018
    "this is used for who had pets in his house the book is used for to grow and maintain and develop the good habits on them"
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    #8Go to Bed, Blue (Penguin Young Readers)

    Go to Bed, Blue (Penguin Young Readers)
    Go to Bed, Blue is a picture book in the Penguin Young Readers written by Bonnie Bader and illustrated by Michael Robertson. It was released in 2014.

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    Ronald Mendez
    Written on May 9, 2018
    "Boring enough for the young ones to get some sleep. Whatever happened to lullabies?"
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    #9Clara and Clem Under the Sea (Penguin Young Readers)

    Clara and Clem Under the Sea (Penguin Young Readers)

    Clara and Clem Under the Sea is a picture book in the Penguin Young Readers Level 1 series. It is authored and illustrated by Ethan Long. It was released in June 2014. It is about two kids and their journey under the sea.

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    Mary Thompson
    Written on May 6, 2018
    "Clara and Clem head to outer space on a rocket they build together. They zoom past stars and dodge hungry aliens. Very beginning readers will enjoy the simple rhyming words and colorful cartoon illustrations. Each page has only one or two words in large dialog cartoon bubbles. Take a look at the Google Preview to get a sense of the pacing: "
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    #10Jan Has a Doll (Green Light Readers)

    Jan Has a Doll (Green Light Readers)
    Jan Has a Doll is a book in the Green Light Readers Level 1 series for early readers. It was released in September 2005. It is authored by Janice Earl and illustrated by Tricia Tusa.
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    Vibhore Chauhan
    Written on May 5, 2018
    "This is a great book for children just starting out in reading or for those who are struggling with learning to read. It is also illustrated to further the enjoyment of very young readers."
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