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The Renaissance Learning report "What Kids Are Reading" calculated the books most read by more than 3 million schoolchildren last year. Here are the top five at each grade level:

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First grade:

1. "Green Eggs and Ham," Dr. Seuss

2. "The Foot Book," Dr. Seuss

3. "Are You My Mother?" P.D. Eastman

4. "Hop on Pop," Dr. Seuss


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