Welcome! Treehouse Library features books that U.S elementary school teachers tend to favor. Click a book to see our description. Some library pages include video read-alouds by authors and celebrities. Clicking “Buy the Book” will take you to Amazon.
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A wealthy Mexican family flees to California during the Great Depression.
A squirrel gets superpowers in this comedic story by Kate DiCamillo.
A charming set of Level 2 “I Can Read” stories
A sister and brother live secretly in NYC’s Metropolitan Museum of Art
A novel about a fifth grader working at her family’s motel desk
A favorite book of panda photos & facts
A well-illustrated book about computer science in everyday life
A fun “I Can Read” book featuring a traveling dog
Three hungry dinosaurs try to catch an adventurous little girl.
Short biographies of 100 women who moved from their native lands
Eleven-year-old Harriet keeps a notebook about her classmates & neighbors
The first novel in the popular series about wizard Harry Potter
Harry the dog learns that dirty isn’t always best.
Written for kids, an authorized biography of Fred Rogers
A rhyming book focused on spelling with “silent e”
Bee anatomy, bee life cycle, a bee’s typical day, & bee conservation
A pro-health book about soap, germs, diet, exercise and more
An illustrated biography of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg
Left behind by her fleeing tribe, Karana survives alone on an island.
A top-choice novel for sports lovers in grades 3 to 5
A popular adventure story, now with celebrity read-alouds!
A lost Inuk girl befriends wolves in the Arctic.
Learn about the four main species of kangaroos and their conservation.
Cookies, slime, and other kitchen projects for ages 9+