Answered By: Ellie Dworak Last Updated: May 17, 2016 Views: 38
Basal readers are collections of stories used to teach reading skills to children, often found in textbook format. Here is an example of a basal reader on the 2nd floor:
The call number for this basal reader is ELA HMH 1 text 1.
ELA: English Language Arts
HMH: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt (publisher)
1: 1st grade
text 1: volume 1 of the “text” (student textbook)
Basal readers are in the Idaho pK-12 Adoption Textbooks collection on the 2nd floor.
When you reach the 2nd floor look for the row of books with the Curriculum Collection sign (see photo), and look for the aisle with the Idaho K-12 Textbooks sign.