Home > New and Noteworthy at High Noon Books

New and Noteworthy at High Noon Books

NEW! These titles will let teen and tween readers do a deep exploration of engrossing science topics with accessible text.
New! This level 2 set takes a humorous look at two kids who decide to become pet sitters for the summer.
These high-interest nonfiction topics parallel the existing Dandelion Launchers series and cover the alphabet letter sounds, double consonants, and consonant blends and digraphs.
NEW! Hidden in Paris is a 10-book set of decodable titles for older readers who are in the early stages of learning to read. Each book covers alternative vowel and consonant spellings and common Latin suffixes.
These high-interest nonfiction topics parallel the existing Dandelion Launchers series and cover the alphabet letter sounds, double consonants, and consonant blends and digraphs.
NEW! Highlights Puzzle Readers offer an innovative approach to learning that integrates puzzles and stories to develop motivated, confident readers.
New! This hi-lo series uses fascinating facts about animals to introduce life-science vocabulary and concepts, including traits, inheritance, and the survival value of animal behaviors.
This new series joins a long line of popular mystery titles from High Noon Books.
NEW These 24 new books follow the same scope and gradual sequence as Moon Dogs Set 1, providing additional practice for the sounds of the alphabet in CVC-level text.
NEW! Moon Dogs VCe focuses on silent -e spellings and are designed for older students at the early stages of reading.
New This new series presents high-interest nonfiction topics in simple terms for readers from middle school to adult.
NEW! This award-winning series is just right for emergent readers. Featuring charming, high-quality illustrations that support comprehension of simple text.
NEW Using the same scope and sequence as the original Set 1, these 14 new books give further practice on the sounds of the alphabet with CVC-level text.
New! This new series presents high-interest nonfiction topics in simple terms for readers from middle school to adult.
These decodable books take students from CVC and CVCC word level text to adjacent consonants, consonant digraphs and suffixes.
These physical science books entertain readers in grades 5 to 12 with fun science facts and colorful images on every page to support comprehension.
Each book in this series focuses on one phoneme, which is highlighted each time it appears in the text.
These physical science books entertain readers in grades 5 to 12 with fun science facts and colorful images on every page to support comprehension.
The Domes is a fantasy, post-apocalyptic adventure series set in the future. It addresses teen and family relationships, romance, and societal issues, as the characters undertake their missions.
This social science set introduces students to fascinating facts about civilizations of the ancient world.
This hi-lo series uses fascinating facts about animals to introduce life science vocabulary and concepts, including how animals are classified based on shared characteristics.
This hi-lo series uses fascinating facts about animals to introduce life-science vocabulary and concepts about ecosystems and conservation.
Sound Out A-4 Red Hill Farm is aimed at middle and high school students, as well as adults. Three books offer Sound Out Level 1 skills, 3 books at Level 2.
NEW These sets continue with short vowels, expanded sentence length and 10 new irregular high-frequency words per set.
This kit contains six of our Sound Out Chapter Book sets (A-1, A-2, B-1, B-2, C-1, C-2) and reproducible workbooks for each set.
New! Zee and his Grandma Max share a secret. They know that the big, red rock in the open desert behind their house has special, time-traveling powers. Join Zee as he uncovers hidden truths in the past, present, and future.
NEW! Extreme athlete Hawk Davidson takes readers on extreme adventures. Hawk finds himself in dangerous situations involving Samantha and other adversaries from RIVAL Sports, his company ACME’s top competitor.
Grab readers’ interest in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics with books that are too engaging to put down!
Designed to appeal to young students at the very early stage of reading. These books focus on blending letters to form CVC words.
Set 1 introduces sounds gradually and reinforces reading CVC words. These books can be used to either teach or reinforce new and already learned decoding skills.
Dandelion Readers Vowel Spellings Series Level 3 reviews the spellings from Level 2 and adds new spellings for the vowel sounds.
This set complements any systematic phonics program and can be used in any sequence.
Through the use of real-world connections, students will explore civics topics in relevant, meaningful ways.
Capture middle school student’s attention with this high-interest and engaging 6-book set! Students will be excited to learn about survival skills and discover the "science" behind magic, monsters, and superpowers.
Who isn't fascinated by the world of the weird? The people, places, and things within their pages range from the peculiar to the preposterous, from the creepy to the utterly terrifying, and from the odd to the awful.
Connected Lives, a contemporary nonfiction series for teens, features the fascinating life stories of popular artists. Each book presents two singers in a similar musical genre who have lived extraordinary lives.
Mature, high-interest topics pull in readers and engage them with interesting information; full-color photographs and illustrations; detailed graphic elements including charts, tables, and infographic.
In the fictional town of Scarecrow, California, tweens keep discovering mysterious and sometimes magical objects at the Vintage Rose Antique Shop. When they take these objects home, strange things begin to happen.
Help elementary school students achieve literacy in the important social studies strand of civics with this set of resources that introduces complex civics concepts at a level that students understand.