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Create a love of learning

For our youngest learners, the goal is to ignite their curiosity and desire to learn with preschool programs that meet their unique social-emotional, academic, and physical needs.

Build strong foundations

In the early grades, children will benefit from comprehensive foundational reading programs designed to strengthen key literacy skills and ensure that all students are tracking toward reading proficiently by third grade.

Develop confident readers

For upper elementary students, ensure that learners have access to core and supplemental programs that offer personalized, engaging instruction and place every child on the path to reading success.

Meet higher standards

Engage middle school students with rigorous and relevant instructional materials that provide opportunities for them to become proficient and powerful readers.

Prepare for lifelong success

Graduate skilled readers and lifelong learners with instructional resources that prepare young people for college coursework, the workplace, and community involvement.

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Meet the needs of a balanced literacy classroom

Leveled Readers






Guided Reading

Create an instructional library with our Mini-Bookrooms. Complete with 16 unique six-packs of guided reading titles, these sets span three to four readability levels and include instructional materials for every title.

Independent Reading

Fill classrooms with an assortment of high-quality, “just right” books with the HMH Independent Reading Libraries. Grade-level libraries include titles to support on-, above-, and below-level readers. Books are labeled with Lexile® levels for accurate choice. Titles offer an appropriate balance of fiction and nonfiction, and a variety of leveled readers and trade books.


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Build Literacy Through Learning


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Make Learning Social Emotional Skills Fun!
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Leveraging Biliteracy

Consulting today’s thought leaders in order to foster biliteracy can impact your results.

Special Education

Every special needs learner should be treated as an individual. Learn about our comprehensive instruction and support designed to accelerate students at their own pace.

Professional Services

Our professional learning services allows educators to work shoulder to shoulder with leading practitioners, transforming student outcomes and school performance.

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Solutions that transform performance
Intervention & Supplemental
Our Authors
Guiding best practices in teaching and learning
Dr. Kate Kinsella
Author, English 3D, San Francisco University, Center for Teacher Efficacy
Drs. Yvonne and David Freeman
Authors, On Our Way to English, Professors Emeriti, University of Texas, Rio Grande Valley
Dr. Sheila W. Valencia
Professor, Language, Literacy, and Culture, University of Washington; Journeys Program Consultant
Shane Templeton, Ph.D.
Foundation Professor Emeritus, Literacy Studies, University of Nevada, Reno; Into Reading Program Consultant
David Dockterman, Ed.D.
Lecturer on Education, Harvard Graduate School
Kylene Beers, Ed.D.
Past President, NCTE
Robert E. Probst, Ph.D.
Professor Emeritus, Georgia State University
Carol Jago
HMH Author and Associate Director, California Reading & Literature Project at UCLA
Dr. Elena Izquierdo, Ph.D.
Author, Escalate English, Associate Professor, Dual Language Education / Biliteracy / ELL Education, University of Texas, El Paso
Dr. Martha C. Hougen, Ph.D.
Differentiated Instruction
Dr. Bill McBride
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