A Day with a Mail Carrier

From the Series Meet the Community Helpers!

In this title, emergent readers follow Rosie as she goes to the post office with her mail carrier father and helps him sort and load mail into his truck. Along with Rosie, readers will learn about mail carriers’ many responsibilities, including how they prepare for their routes and organize letters and packages for delivery. Vibrant illustrations and carefully leveled text will engage young readers in a supportive educational fiction reading experience.

Children can learn more about mail carriers using Fact Surfer, our safe online search engine that provides relevant, age-appropriate websites. This book also features reading tips for teachers and parents, a picture glossary, an index, and a table of contents. Grasshopper Books offers simple, fun fiction for emerging readers. A Day with a Mail Carrier is part of Jump!’s Meet the Community Helpers! series.
Interest Level Grade 1 - Grade 2
Reading Level Grade 1
Category Fiction
Subject Social Studies
Copyright 2022
Publisher Jump!
Imprint Grasshopper Books
Language English
Number of Pages 24
Publication Date 2021-08-01
BISACS JUV006000, JUV023000, JUV043000
Dewey 428.6
Graphics Full-color illustrations
Dimensions 7.75 x 7.75
Lexile 450
Guided Reading Level H
ATOS Reading Level 1.6
Features Table of contents and Teaching guides


Meet the Community Helpers! - Reviewed by School Library Journal

Beginning readers can learn what it’s like to work as a doctor, librarian, firefighter, and mail carrier in this simple series that’s ideal for the early elementary grades. Each book features a real-life situation between a child and their family as they visit the library, doctor’s office, firehouse, and post office. Repetitive text and sight words make this series ideal for readers who are eager to begin reading independently, but the books are also ideal for one-on-one reading between caregiver and child. Unique to this series is its conversational text, which introduces the concept to young readers in an accessible way. Illustrations feature appropriate representation of diverse identities. VERDICT This four-part series would make a great addition to ECE classroom libraries or daycare centers.

Author: Maria Tornito

Illustrator: Dean Gray