We empower educators with engaging content that drives student success.
Capstone publishes and creates content for students in grades K-5. You may know us through our print books, interactive eBooks, or from our curricular content hub PebbleGo. We support teaching and learning with amazing content that engages students, inspires teachers, and connects families and communities to move literacy forward.
We work with you to curate a content-rich program specific to your goals and challenges that does not contradict, crowd, or replace your existing resources. Capstone’s content creates harmony across digital and print, fiction and nonfiction, library and classroom, building on your efforts to create a consistently high-quality learning experience that educators and students, schools and their communities will love and trust.
Our huge selection of print books delight readers and support learning across multiple genres and reading levels.
Our eBooks are supported by read-aloud audio and offer unlimited access for each school site.
Our curriculum-connected learning tool builds fundamental reading and research skills for independent learning.
Our search tool brings together all of our digital resources to easily discover and share curriculum standards-aligned content.
Celebrate Native American Heritage Month!
Explore our newly transformed PebbleGo Next Indigenous Peoples’ History module for engaging lessons for your classroom with a balance of historical and modern Indigenous peoples. Capstone authors Katrina M. Phillips and Andrea L. Rogers have some great ideas to help you celebrate Native American Heritage Month in your classroom, and check out our children’s books by Native American and Indigenous authors—including a preview of the Liam Kingbird’s Kingdom series. Join us in honoring Native American Heritage Month this month and throughout the year.
Spring 2024 Sneak Peek!
We’re looking ahead to Capstone’s Spring 2024 list! We’ve curated some of our favorite titles, including the poignant story of two otter friends in Always Together, the touching story of how origami helps loved ones stay connected in Paper Wishes, and the launch of the early chapter book series Farm Friends with Poppy and her mischievous pet goat. These are just a few of the many books we’re eager to share with readers. Preview these books today!
Capstone Interactive eBooks are designed for the unique needs of elementary schools.
- Multi-user, simultaneous access—no hidden fees
- Every eBook is supported by read-aloud audio recorded by professional voice-over artists
- Over 5,500+ titles specific to K-5
- Includes selection of titles specifically for Guided Reading support
Use from school or home on any internet-connected device!
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Take a look at highlights of Capstone's Fall 2023 new titles! Among the books we’re most excited about this season include the rich, multi-ethnic history of The Fillmore District in Moving and Grooving to Fillmore’s Beat, and the debut of Capstone’s ISTE Young Innovators picture book collection, created in collaboration with ISTE, with Sonia’s Digital World. Also new this season is Ali the Great, an early chapter book series from beloved Yasmin author Saadia Faruqi. Check out these books plus more!
Disability Representation in Children's Books
Looking for children’s books featuring characters with disabilities? Check out our Disability Representation resources highlighting authentic and positive stories centering on characters with disabilities. We hope these stories will become essential additions to your growing library or classroom collection and facilitate meaningful discussion with readers.
Scary books are good for kids.
Scary books are always in season and research shows reading age-appropriate scary stories with children is actually a good thing. Spooky stories excite and entice kids to read more. Reading scary stories can help kids confront their fears and learn important life lessons. Discover some of the best scary books for kids and some spooky activities to use in your classroom.
We've been helping kids succeed for a long time.
Helping children develop a love of reading and learning is what we do and we love it. Want to learn more about 30 years of Capstone?