Level J — Wilton Library
137 Old Ridgefield Road Wilton, CT 06897 Tel: 203-762-3950

Level J

Books in a Series (all books in series may not be level J)

Cowgirl Kate and Cocoa by Erica Silverman

CL-Early Sil Request a copy

Hold on to your hats! Two new pals have arrived on the scene: Cowgirl Kate and her stubborn, but devoted cow horse, Cocoa. Together they count the herd, ride the range, and, of course, argue till the cows come home–as only best friends can do.


Henry and Mudge by Cynthia Rylant

CL-Early Ryl Request a copy

Henry, feeling lonely on a street without any other children, finds companionship and love in a big dog named Mudge.


Morris Goes to School by Bernard Wiseman

CL-Early Wis Request a copy

Morris the moose has some trouble reading and counting so he decides to go to school.


Mr. Putter and Tabby Bake the Cake by Cynthia Rylant

CL-Early Ryl Request a copy

Mr. Putter and his beloved cat bake a light and airy Christmas cake for their neighbor Mrs. Teaberry.


Poppleton by Cynthia Rylant

CL-Early Ryl Request a copy

Poppleton the pig makes a friend, reads a library book about adventure, and helps a sick friend get better.


Young Cam Jansen and the Lost Tooth by David Adler

CL-Early Adl Request a copy

Now even beginning readers can join in the fun of cracking cases with Cam Jansen, the red-headed detective with the photographic memory.


Early Readers

Beezy at Bat by Megan McDonald

CL-Early McD Request a copy

Beezy shells nuts and cracks jokes with her Gran and a neighbor; goes looking for trouble when she brings home a snake; and cheers on her friend Seraphina Zippy, who proves she can play the baseball outfield as well as any other player.


Danny and the Dinosaur by Sid Hoff

CL-Early Hof Request a copy

Join Danny as he visits the museum. He finds a dinosaur exhibit and one of the dinosaurs comes to life! Danny and the dinosaur have many adventures.


Emma’s Yucky Brother by Jean Little

CL-Early Lit Request a Copy

Emma has always wanted a little brother. Now her family is adopting Max, and Emma is sure he will be the best brother ever. But Max has his own ideas. He thinks sisters are yucky, and that Emma is the yuckiest! Is this really what having a brother is all about?


Fraidy Cats by Stephen Krensky

CL-Early Kre Request a copy

Two fraidy cats have trouble sleeping because they think every noise they hear is a monster until one cat comes up with a clever solution.


New Pig in Town by Lisa Wheeler

CL-Early Whe Request a copy

Chip is the new pig in class and he notices that Fitch is the only wolf in class. Is Fitch a bad wolf, a werewolf, or just a lone wolf? After their first school day together, Fitch and Chip know one thing is certain — even if they are really different, they can also be a lot alike, too. Join new friends Fitch and Chip on this first of their humorous and heart-warming adventures.


Oscar Otter by Nathaniel Benchley

CL-Early Ben Request a copy

Oscar Otter just wants to slide! His neighbors and dad are not too happy about it, so he goes up the mountain. Too bad for Oscar there is a fox and a mountain lion! How will he escape?


Owl at Home by Arnold Lobel

CL-Early Lob Request a copy

Welcome to Owl’s cozy home. Owl lives by himself in a warm little house. One evening he invites Winter to sit by the fire. Another time he finds strange bumps in his bedroom. And when Owl goes for a walk one night, he makes a friend that follows him all the way home.


Sitting Bull by Lucille Recht Penner

CL-Bio Sitting Bull Request a copy

When he was little, they called him Slow. But when he grew to be a man, they called him the greatest Indian chief who ever lived.


Picture Books

The Bumpy Little Pumpkin by Margery Cuyler

CL-P Cuy Request a copy

Little Nell chooses the bumpiest, littlest pumpkin in the patch to carve her jack-o’-lantern.


Circus Family Dog by Andrew Clements

CL-P Cle Request a copy

Grumps is a circus dog who loves to make people laugh–all he has to do is lie down on the ground with his feet in the air and the crowds cheer and roar. But one day a new dog named Sparks joins the circus. Sparks can jump through hoops, balance a ball on his nose, and even ride on the back of a running zebra. How can an old dog with one simple trick compete with the likes of Sparks?


The Hat by Jan Brett

CL-P Bre Request a copy

When Lisa’s woolen stocking flies off the clothesline, Hedgie finds it and pokes his nose in it. But when he tries to pull it off, the stocking won’t budge. And so the fun begins, as six noisy farm animals laugh at Hedgie, especially when he tries to pretend that he’s wearing a new hat.


Leonardo the Terrible Monster by Mo Willems

CL-P Wil Request a copy

Leonardo is truly a terrible monster — terrible at being a monster, that is. Despite his best efforts, he can’t seem to frighten anyone. But when he discovers the perfect nervous little boy, will he finally scare the tuna salad out of him? Or will he think of something even better?


Mrs. Potter’s Pig by Phyllis Root

CL-P Roo Request a copy

Mrs. Potter keeps everything perfectly clean, except for her baby daughter Ermajean, who delights in being so messy that she seems to turn into a pig.


Space Case by Edward Marshall

CL-Hol Halloween–Mar Request a copy

When the thing from outer space visits earth, it is taken first for a trick-or-treater and then for a robot.