Serialized Stories
The stories below have been broken into short episodes. With serialized episodes, students can complete one passage and then progress.
All books displayed below have associated Serialized Stories.
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A Skateboarding Story
by Tammy Griffith
Three friends, one rock, and a busted window—that's how everything changes.
  • Reading Level: 3.1
  • Interest Level: Middle School
Big Fish
by Annie Liu
In a mountaintop village, an unusual boy witnesses an accident. Will he get involved or watch from the sidelines?
  • Reading Level: 3.9
  • Interest Level: Middle School
Chinese School
by J.J. Gow
He's resented Chinese School for as long as he can remember, but when attending becomes his decision, the choice isn't quite so clear.
  • Reading Level: 4.3
  • Interest Level: All Ages
Conch Tales
by Shanea Strachan
The mystery of disappearing conchs leads 12-year-old Corine on an undersea adventure.
  • Reading Level: 4.8
  • Interest Level: Middle School
Darius Quinton Coleman: Boy Genius
by Kelly Winters
Darius is a young mechanical genius, but are his talents enough to solve a real-life crime?
  • Reading Level: 2.9
  • Interest Level: Late Elementary, Middle School
Deaf Like Pluto
by Maya Bhattiprolu
Pluto is different from other planets... kind of like Kaira is different from other people. She's all too familiar with how it feels to not fit in, but maybe things are about to change.
  • Reading Level: 3.0
  • Interest Level: Middle School
Discos or Dumplings
by Emily Sun
Emma is already under pressure from her family to plan the perfect Chinese New Year party. What will they think when she wants to have a Chinese-American version of the holiday?
  • Reading Level: 4.2
  • Interest Level: Middle School, High School
Erin and the Indian Bride
by Javeria Kausar
Erin dreads moving to India from her native London. She feels shy and helpless at her new school until she meets smart, capable Vennela. Their friendship ends up being a lifeline for both of them.
  • Reading Level: 3.5
  • Interest Level: Middle School
I Want to Be a Writer
by Anya Ivan
Alex knows he wants to be a writer but doesn't know how to write very well. With the help of his English teacher, Alex learns how to improve his writing and how to use it to cope with family issues.
  • Reading Level: 3.1
  • Interest Level: Middle School
No Pickles for Annabelle
by Dollie Stiemsma
As a pickle farmer's daughter and a fifth grader with terrible spelling skills, Annabelle believes she is destined to pick prickly green pickles and be the worst speller forever.
  • Reading Level: 4.7
  • Interest Level: Middle School, Late Elementary
Romeo and Me
by Jennie Ford
Romeo and Caroline have always had a deep, easy friendship, but her pale skin and his dark skin make life beyond the farm so different.
  • Reading Level: 3.2
  • Interest Level: Late Elementary
Ruby and the Magic Stones
by Lori Werhane
Ruby's not like the other kids in her school. Everything just seems so . . . hard for her, until a discovery leads to new and exciting changes.
  • Reading Level: 3.4
  • Interest Level: Late Elementary
The Sailor's Tale
by Jennie Ford
Strange things are happening on the old sailor's property. What's going on? Can a brother and sister duo solve the chilling mystery?
  • Reading Level: 2.3
  • Interest Level: Late Elementary, Middle School