fun nonfiction books for 4th graders

Rosie Revere’s Big Project Book for Bold Engineers 40+ Things to Invent, Draw, and Make by Andrea Beaty, illustrated by David Roberts ages (ages 5 – 10) Choose 15-20 alphabet books to help give your students examples of how they work around themes. The information is factual in its presentation (it could have been more emotionally charged but isn’t) which lets the readers draw their own conclusions. Especially for sports and science-minded kids. Honestly, I never appreciated feathers before this book. The stories are non-stop adventures in magical, imaginative worlds. Categories: Age 6-9 years, All FKB Books, Animals, birds, Children, Creative Commons, Grade 1 to Grade 3, Grade 4 to Grade 6, Intermediate English, Non-Fiction, Storyweaver-Pratham Dance of the Flamingos – Living like lotus flowers on water, the sight of pink flamingos is … LOVE this series! In the first book, Aria helps Gabby. Time for Kids Robots The 120 Who Was biographies feature important leaders, inventors, activists, and trailblazers like Claude Monet, Annie Oakley, Harriet Tubman, Leonardo Da Vinci, Johnny Appleseed, Louis Armstrong, and Queen Elizabeth. Tuesdays at the Castle by Jessica Day George Remember all the hilarious chapter titles in Riordan’s Percy Jackson books? Reading Adventure Packs Our Reading Adventure Packs encourage hands-on fun and learning centered around paired fiction and nonfiction books. Love it. From monster trucks to stadiums that convert from football to ice, this is one of the best nonfiction books that will keep your kids learning and reading. The Food edition is a little different because it’s well, only about food. Colorful illustrations and a cool layout will entice readers to try, fail, and learn. Don’t Read This Book Before Dinner: Revoltingly True Tales of Foul Food, Icky Animals, Horrible History, and More by Anna Claybourne Helpful informational insets give readers background on topics covered in the biography such as how surfboards are made. I highly recommend this book. The Curious Cat Spy Club by Linda Joy Singleton What a story — and it’s true!! I love how the author writes so this history reads like a story, even though it’s a biography. For real. The Thrifty Guide to the American Revolution by Jonathan W. Stokes The Great Shelby Holmes by Elizabeth Eulberg Percy Jackson and the Olympians by Rick Riordan HUMOR We can’t recommend these books enough. Someday is Now: Clara Luper and the 1958 Oklahoma City Sit-Ins by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich, illustrated by Jade Johnson The Lumberjanes is a fun adventure series. When left to fend for themselves, the siblings discover something very suspicious at the old mansion down the street. Time for Kids All Access Your Behind the Scenes Look at the Coolest People, Places, and Things! I read it cover to cover in one sitting because it was so incredibly interesting and compelling! Her body dies and thousands of years pass. Read 142 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. The Land of Stories by Chris Colfer But if your child can read Harry Potter and wants to — hooray! New characters and models are introduced in each story vignette. Colorful pages and graphic layouts make this another visually appealing hit for National Geographic Kids. 24) The Unicorn Quest by Kamilla Benko Strange But True! Mean Machines Customized Cars by Kane Miller Buy a box set here. Illustrated throughout, this chapter book is for more mature fourth-grade readers, as it does not pull any punches when taking on subjects like factory farming. Every Tuesday, the castle where Princess Celie and her family live, adds on a new room, or turret, or wing. But you have no idea…how cool and weird and amazing ostriches are. ), and the fastest snowman to run a marathon — all of these wacky facts are fun to read! The life of the four Kidd siblings isn’t typical — they live on a boat and their parents are treasure hunters. Provides an up-close look at the historic mission to the moon that took place fifty years ago. (shelved 6 times as 4th-grade-read-alouds) avg rating 4.24 — 146,536 ratings — published 2012 Take for example, “Why Does Pumping Up a Basketball Make it Bouncier?” talks about different ball sports and then gives you a cool bouncing experiment to try where you compare different bounce heights to their inflated pounds per square inch. Sarcastic and hilarious, this is a laugh-out-loud comic book story about a precocious young girl and her reluctant unicorn “best friend”. One of the most popular book series ever, The Diary of a Wimpy Kid, shares the hilarious story of Greg, in his own words and drawings. The illustrations and design entice readers into the information – even if they’re not that interested in swords. Six Dots: A Story of Young Louis Braille by Jen Bryant, illustrated by Boris Kulikov I only that that applied to basket weaving. This is a light-hearted series about a girl whose dad becomes the President. He went through countless surgeries and broken bones due to his brittle bone disease and kept a positive attitude. My kids love this book; it’s perfect for third graders, 9-year-olds. Discovering the World’s Scariest Creatures, Someday is Now: Clara Luper and the 1958 Oklahoma City Sit-Ins, Charlotte’s Bones: The Beluga Whale in a Farmer’s Field, Worlds Strangest Creepy-Crawlies Top 40 Weird and Wonderful Hair-Raising Bugs, Tree Lady: The True Story of How One Tree-Loving Woman Changed a City Forever, The Book of Wildly Spectacular Sports Science 54 All-Star Experiments, How to Draw a Unicorn and Other Cute Animals (With Simple Shapes in 5 Steps), Genius! Monsters — real animal monsters — is a topic that kids love reading about. Design By Me: Treats by Carrie Anton, Paula Riley Clara and her students finally could enjoy a Coke and burger without trouble. It’s also the beginning of acceptance for Rory – finding friends for the first time and learning about herself. We follow George Cornelius Factor (a fraction collector) as he goes to bid for a new fraction — 5/9. I’m Melissa Taylor, mom, writer, & former elementary teacher & literacy trainer. The books are well-written just like a narrative story. When was popcorn invented? Timmy is a clueless detective with a polar bear sidekick. Squirrels Leap, Squirrels Sleep . A very popular American Girl book for fun, creativity, and crafts. What you think is their knee is their ankle bone. overnight. National Geographic Little Kids First Big Book of Space by Catherine D. Hughes. Time for Kids Book of When: 801 Facts Kids want to Know Like the page of a downhill skier, lift the top page and you can see her body’s muscles and organs. Celie loves her castle, and it’s living ways. 6. Hi! If you’re not afraid like me. These passages are listed at their readability level according to the Fry formula. . Robby embodies this. There is so much to love about this nonfiction picture book book! Robby, the Kid President, and his brother-in-law, Brad Montague, started Kid President videos to put something positive into the world. Guinness World Records Over 300 Fun Facts by Christy Webster This is a great time to start. This book pits two ocean carnivores against each other. Everyday Angel  by Victoria Schwab Timmy Failure by Stephan Pastis Hands down this is my favorite nonfiction math book ever. Young volunteer, Miles, calls his fellow Seal Sitters to help him move the people away from Leopard. Photos accompany fun facts about the biggest and smallest of so many things — food, instruments, and more. This is a bit dense but great for kids who are interested in the more technical aspects of movie making. Kristy’s Great Idea Babysitter’s Club by Ann M. Martin, illustrated by Raina Telgemeier The book is filled with ways to be awesome and spread awesomeness in the world. From an Aston Martin DBS to the Bugatti Veyron, if you have a car lover, he will devour this book. Library Rules Presentations. SCIENCE – STEM This is my favorite book on the list today — I literally couldn’t help but read so many of the pages out loud to my kids, they were just so interesting. While Jack’s single mom works, Jack takes care of his little sister, Maddy. This hilarious book makes the zombie apocalypse seem fun. We all are curious about robots and how soon we can get one in our homes, right? Each pages asks kids to answer questions such as “If each floor of a skyscraper needs 430 steel girders, how many girders must be ordered for: a) 2 floors? I love sharing good books & fun learning resources. Biographies Identical twins living in a new town experience flashes of precognition when touching other people. Full boxed set here. John Watson moves with his mom who has recently left both the military and John’s dad to Harlem. (Easier said than done.) Added to: Superhero Books for Kids. HISTORICAL FICTION / ADVENTURE But, can the castle and Celie stop the Royal Council and the foreign prince from taking over the kingdom? Hilarious!! one want to read it, lift the flaps, and feel the pages. FANTASY But, they are also the only ones who can save the world from a war between the Greek gods the Titans. Albee writes fantastic chapter titles and headings: (Notice a theme? But when he was sent to battle, Harry sent her to the London Zoo so she would be safe from battle. All the characters get a page describing that minifigure such as when they were created, by what artist, and the thinking behind the face and outfit. Your kids are going to LOVE the lift and look pages – they are translucent gels that lift up to reveal another image underneath. The story is easily read, written in a combo of text and comics. This particular title is about one of the world’s most admired activists and leaders, Nelson Mandela. Plus, in this first book, you’ll learn valuable cow trivia. Keating writes in a way that gives kids lots of information in a readable, engaging way. Great Nonfiction Books for 2nd Graders. Run to your library or bookstore and get this book & entire series. The book sequentially shows in text and photos the development of a toad — which is fascinating! Rory finds out that her new after-school club, Ever After School, is a fairy tale training school. ADVENTURE (SCI-FI) “Caulk like an Egyptian,”  “Putting the “Protest” in Protestant,” and “Hazardous Hemlines.” The book is formatted so that you can pick and choose interesting sections such as Corsets, Dressed to Compress because the corset photo is so intriguing or the inset of information has such a tantalizing title such as, “Why Did Napoleon Always Have His Hand in His Coat?” (Hmmm?). Twintuition Double Vision by Tia and Tamera Mowry Of course, the Peter H. Reynolds illustrations are ah-mazing. Suddenly, the room goes dark and the fraction is stolen and it’s up to George to find it. Gorgeous photos that gross me out and enchant snake lovers fill Snakeopedia. Students will love following the juicy drama between Evan and Jessie as they try to prove just who is the better at running a lemonade stand. That’s when he and his friend accidentally let a Sasquatch escape. Not to mention their eyeballs are the biggest of any land animal. . Kids love these quizzes and activities from American Girl. Love it. doing something with soybeans in Uzbekistan? Whoops. Greg’s here to prove it. In the parentheses beside the author name, I have included Accelerated Reader information (that’s what our school uses). My oldest daughter loves anything Disney and proclaimed that this is the best book ever written. Looking for FREE library printables for 4th, 5th, or 6th grade? Leopard & Silkie One Boy’s Quest to Save the Seal Pups by Brenda Peterson, photographs by Robin Lindsey Like, couldn’t put it down love. FANTASY Swords by Ben Boos My kids LOVE this book!! Aptly titled with a word that invokes warm melodies, this is such a beautifully photographed and designed book. Here are a few nuggets for you: Starbucks Coffee is named after Starbuck, a character in the novel Moby-Dick. But danger is around every wave and they’re not sure who to trust. Be warned: Your kids will want you to order A LOT more Legos for these new projects. Robots is such a cool book. just to name a few things. National Geographic Kids Little Kids First Big Book of Who by Jill Esbaum Now the pair must lure the big guy back before the townspeople find out. (Neither could I.) We follow the life of precocious, sightless Louis who desperately wants to read and write but is disappointed with his limited options. Of Giants and Ice by Shelby Bach Twintuition is an enjoyable read. MYSTERY ... A nonfiction picture book exploring the mysterious life of the elusive giant squid. Written like a narrative story, these little books are fast-paced and informative. It’s a lot of beautiful photos with details from behind the scenes of the movies. The Imaginary Veterinary by Suzanne Selfors This adventurous STEM series makes science and technology fun! My 15-year old has already done at least a third of the coloring pages. Yup. It’s a compelling story about the real dangers that marine mammals face every day. Weird Zone: Sports So if you are looking to make book reports more fun, you will love these clever ideas for kindergarten, first grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th grade, and 6th grade students. MYSTERY You'll find many of the resources we use in our lesson plans and even more in the links below. It’s informative without being an epic essay and the warm water-color illustrations are gorgeous. Star Wars The Force Awakens Visual Dictionary Library Rules. Very well done! It’s so well-presented, it should be included in all classroom studies on birds. See ALL my book recommendations for 9-year-old children here. But, it’s mostly the hilarious adventure of two pranksters who start out as rivals but eventually work together to pull off the biggest prank of all time — a prank that will ensure they get April Fool’s Day off from school. Betrayal, adventure, plot twists, and incredible mythological world-building make these stories that kids can’t put down. MYSTERY / HUMOR (series) Who Would Win? This is a GREAT book for your reluctant readers because it’s practically irresistible to read through it. Ben doesn’t think his summer could be any more boring. Keep going,” He knows. The Navajo Code Talkers by J. Patrick Lewis, illustrated by Gary Kelley A fun adaptation to this project is the book report cheeseburger. And their bones are just bizarre yet for a really good reason! The Brainiest Insaniest Ultimate Puzzle Book! She started out as a nonfiction reader who needed bite-sized tidbits to read in whatever order she desired. Beautiful artwork with compelling characters and an adventurous plot make this a sure-fire hit with young readers. This amazing nonfiction book makes ME, a non-sports fan, get interested in football. You’ll love the photographs of the real Winnie – so cool! They started to serve people of all races. Not until you read this book. These 4th grade reading passages are followed by questions which the student is encouraged to answer by writing full sentences in the space provided. Lessons throughout the year will also concentrate on writing, speaking and grammar. Miles and his grandpa decide to build a floating dock for Leopard so he will be safe when his mother hunts. It’s a beautifully designed book! Spit and toilets and boogers and maggots…everything disgusting is covered in full-color photographs and detailed text. The guides are published by Time Corp in the year 2164 to help vacationing tourists with the most practical information for their time travel trips. We suggest reading facts from it at dinnertime because what a great conversation starter! Awesomely distasteful! I personally like having a series of books for him to go through. books. What artifacts, vocabulary words, and names reflect the important parts of the book? In summary, if your child likes these graphic novels and word play, give this series a try. Big Nate Welcome to My World by Lincoln Peirce A. Milne, met Winnie. Not only is this entertaining, it’s educational, too. Includes a short novel summary and supporting resources for each. Jan 4, 2021 - Book reviews, activities, and reading strategies for nonfiction books. (And then prepare for the next segregated store demonstration.). Hennessy, illustrated by Erwin Madrid Boxed Set Here. Brilliant. Wonderful stuff! It’s my new favorite animal! Treasury of Norse Mythology: Stories of Intrigue, Trickery, Love, and Revenge by Donna Jo Napoli, illustrations by Christina Balit Kids will see that it’s not enough to have a good idea and great product but you also must figure out how to sell your product — and Nike did this by sponsoring elite athletes like Michael Jordan to wear their shoes. FOOD: 300 bite-size facts about incredible edibles! Primates The Fearless Science of Jane Goodall, Dian Fossey, and Birute Galdikas by Jim Ottaviani & Maris Wicks I wasn’t expecting these books to be so funny in an ironic way that you don’t see in children’s books. Fairy tales become very real when Alex and Conner (a brother and sister) find themselves taken to the fairy tale world through a book given to them by their grandmother. So when Robby says, “You were made to be awesome. I1.” The back of the book contains more details to spot. Who knew! In this book, April leads her friends up a mountain. National Geographic Kids 5,000 Awesome Facts 2 (About Everything) REALISTIC / HUMOR Snakeopedia (Discovery Channel) BOXED SET HERE. Copyright ©2021 Imagination Soup. Book Alphabet. Includes three exclusive, specially commissioned cutaway models produced by Industrial Light & Magic model maker John Goodson. Lincoln Peirce “gets” kids and their struggles. Diary of a 6th Grade Ninja by Marcus Emerson They include dialogue, description, character development, and a sequential plot. My kids and I are big fans of this series. The Last Kids on Earth by Max Brallier, illustrated by Douglas Colgate That’s where Christopher Robin and his father, A. It’s also a great motivator if kids are reading something they are interested in. Nonfiction book recommendations for 4th graders here. For example, in the Western Terror-tories, the directions start,”Hop off the stagecoach in Tombstone J1. REALISTIC Awesome barely begins to describe this book — it’s jam-packed with so many ideas from different themes like Outer Space, Modern Metropolis, the Wild West, Fantasy Land, and The Real World. Learn more about the many inspiring people in history and modern life. National Geographic Kids Ultimate U.S. Road Trip Atlas You see, kids always study butterflies and rarely know that flies metamorphose, too — and Fly wants to convince you that you should really know more about him! by Keri Smith SCI-FI/ PARANORMAL Dragon Slippers by Jessica Day George MAGICAL REALISM (just like magic) came on tip toes Scientists found sharks living in an underwater volcano. Hours of coloring fun! Throughout this book, we’re given the sights and sounds that make Dickens’ writing so unique to this time period. I’ve read many other biographies about Walt Disney but this one stands out for it’s writing, pertinent information, and appeal. Each themed pack includes recommended titles and three activities inspired by the books. The company’s journey shows kids that businesses go through ups and downs. With a topic so many students can relate to, this realistic fiction is highly engaging for fourth graders. Except…they didn’t plan to run into the Cloud People. Harry Potter Film Wizardry by Brian Sibley Kid President’s Guide to Being Awesome by Brad Montague & Robby Novak (My pet peeve with most Greek myth books is that they mix in a little Roman and don’t even know it! The Lemonade War is the first book in this series. Illustrations throughout make this even more appealing to read and imagine. It’s gorgeously illustrated and very well-written. Nick and Tesla’s High-Voltage Danger Lab by Science Bob Pflugfleder and Steve Hockensmith You’ll learn about these early inventions and more modern inventions such as the space rocket. Clara and her students went to the Katz drugstore and asked to be served — even though the store didn’t serve black people. Best Nonfiction Books for Kids Some kids prefer true stories -- history, biography, memoir, science -- to made-up ones. The only way they know is to find a treasure and sell it. See more ideas about read aloud, books, nonfiction. Our Weird, Wild, Wonderful World DK Your email address will not be published. This popular graphic novel series is about two siblings trying to save their mom who was taken to an underground world of elves, demons, robots, and talking animals. The Familiars by Adam Jay Epstein and Andrew Jacobson Despite being chronically ill, a child, and lots of failed attempts, Louis invents a system for the blind to read and write that is still in use today. Gabby’s brother is hospitalized indefinitely and her mom is totally focused on her brother. ADVENTURE This is another new biography series that I highly recommend for elementary-age readers. The 1904 World’s Fair featured a life-sized elephant made of almonds. I Survived the Bombing of Pearl Harbor, 1941 by Lauren Tarshis This book covers soundwaves, eyesight, simple machines, and much more plus contains experiments for kids to do at home from as easy as a paper airplane to as complicated as a spectroscope. Another lavishly illustrated Ology book, this time about illusions and magic. I’m Melissa Taylor, mom, writer, & former elementary teacher & literacy trainer. In her pursuit of this dream, she encounters and befriends a special dragon who will change the course of her life along with the magical dragon slippers that can help her speak or control her most esteemed dragon friend. Book Care True/False Activity It shares about the business that continued on even after Walt’s death and his brother’s death including the merger with Pixar and the successful but controversial CEO, Michael Eisner. Use this list of good nonfiction books for 9 year olds (fourth grade) as a resource for finding books that your kids will enjoy reading. HUMOR The smallest living horse, a girl with the biggest collection of Hello Kitty items (one 4,000! This photographic story tells the story of baby seal, Leopard, who is crowded by onlookers and dogs. 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