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we shared some such chapter books for 4th graders that increase his reading interest further.
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Looking For The Best Books To Read Here Are Our Top 25 Chapter Books For 4th Graders
In this article we share some of the most interesting chapter books for 4th graders.
After reading all the books that have been shared in this article, the level of reading interest of the children increases,
some such books have been shared in it Which assures them to read books.
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1. My Happy Life
This is a chapter books for 4th graders.
Beautifully told story of a little girl, Dani, and her happy life. Whenever Dani was sad, she simply counted the times she has been happy in her life, and she was not sad any longer.
A very good story for teaching children to maintain a positive outlook on life and enjoy what they have right now.
A Story about Dani, a littl girl that will soon start her first year of school. Dani experiences moments of sadness, but she maintains a positive outlook on life by counting before she goes to sleep the moments in her life when she was happy.
2. Dragons and Marshmallows (Zoey and Sassafras Book 1)
This series is a brilliant way to introduce the scientific method to kids!
Zoey and her cat sidekick Sassafras help magical creatures recuperate from various ailments..
this is a great chapter books for 4th graders to practice reading independently. Application of the scientific method is woven in neatly and Zoey is a good role model.
She asks questions, tries new things, seeks out help, is caring and compassionate.
3. Hamster Princess: Harriet the Invincible
The story of Sleeping Beauty, Harriet the Invincible begins with a curse. On her twelfth birthday, Harriet will injure herself on a hamster wheel and fall into a deep sleep.
Wanting to get ahead of the curse, her parents search out princes they can have on standby for when the curse hits. Harriet is rather unimpressed with the idea.
After discovering that the curse will happen no matter what–and that she is therefore invincible–she goes questing and has lots of adventures, getting in all the fun she can before the curse hits.
But Harriet is not an ordinary princess, and when it’s time to be cursed, she fights back… and accidentally puts everyone else in the kingdom to sleep!
Despite her misgivings, she goes in search of a prince to help wake up her parents and subjects, with her riding quail, Mumfrey, as her loyal companion.
Such a delightful, cute, and funny chapter books for 4th graders.
4. Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing
He lives in an apartment in New York City’s west side with his parents and younger brother Fudge, and is fortunate to have his own room.
Yet, other than having space to himself, Peter does not feel very lucky, and that is because Fudge is a terror who ruins everything from a day out with their parents to the simple task of sitting down to eat supper.
He has managed to have their mother wrapped around his little finger, which in turn bothers Peter immensely because usually, if not always, Fudge is to blame for all of the incidents that go on in their home.
Over the course of a school year, Peter labels himself a fourth grade nothing because nothing happens to him, whereas everything exciting happens to Fudge.
Children still enjoy this chapter books for 4th graders.
5. The One and Only Ivan
A very touching story chapter books for 4th graders that will rip out your heart.
The book is about a silverback gorilla named Ivan who lives in a cage at a mall. The story is placed at the Exit 8 Big Top Mall and Video Arcade.
Ivan, the silverback gorilla, has lived in captivity at the Big Top Mall for 9,855 days by his own tally. He lives in his domain, and is generally content with his life.
He watches television, eats bananas and makes artwork that is sold by the owner. Along with Ivan, Stella the elephant and Bob a stray dog, live at the mall.
Stella is an older elephant who has a chronic injury in one leg and regularly performs in the daily shows.
Unlike Ivan, Stella has a long memory, and can remember living other places, like the circus where she was taught many of her tricks.
However, Stella would like to live at a zoo, because they have much wider spaces for their domains. Stella believes that zoos are how humans make amends. …
It’s indeed a very powerful and refreshing kids reading chapter books for 4th graders.
Wonder’ by R.J.Palacio is about a little boy with a facial anomaly that causes people to stare at him.
He is home-schooled until class 5, then introduced to regular school.
The book takes us through the perspective of August( the boy), his sister, and friends who surround him– how he navigates school, bullying, and not only coming to terms with being ‘different’ but also recognizing his own worth.
Friendship and the need to be kind forms the crux of this wonderful story.
7. Pippi Longstocking
Lovely adventures, great stories cchapter books for 4th graders.
Pippi was named by Lindgren’s daughter Karin, then nine years old like Pippi, who asked her mother for a get-well story when she was off school.
Pippi is red-haired, freckled, unconventional and superhumanly strong – able to lift her horse one-handed. She is playful and unpredictable.
She often makes fun of unreasonable adults, especially if they are pompous and condescending.
Her anger comes out in extreme cases, such as when a man ill-treats his horse.
Pippi, like Peter Pan, does not want to grow up. She is the daughter of a buccaneer captain and has adventure stories to tell about that too.
Her four best friends are her horse and monkey, and the neighbours’ children, Tommy and Annika.
8. Where the Red Fern Grows
The author has put life in every single sentence . This chapter books for 4th graders. its unbreakable love between a boy and his dogs is truly beautiful and amazing, but very sad.
Billy’s hunting hounds aren’t just a pair of dogs, they are his closest and only friends that he risks his life for – and they do the same right back.
Billy has long dream of owning not one, but two, dogs. So when he’s finally able to save up enough money for two pups to call his own—Old Dan and Little Ann—he’s ecstatic. It doesn’t matter that times are tough; together they’ll roam the hills of the Ozarks.
9.The Indian in the Cupboard
Fantastic chapter books for 4th graders.
It’s Omri’s birthday, but all he gets from his best friend, Patrick, is a little plastic Indian toy. Trying to hide his disappointment, Omri puts the Indian in a metal cupboard and locks the door with a mysterious skeleton key that once belonged to his great-grandmother.
Little does Omri know that by turning the key, he will transform his ordinary plastic Indian into a real live man from an altogether different time and place! Omri and the tiny warrior called Little Bear could hardly be more different, yet soon the two forge a very special friendship.
Will Omri be able to keep Little Bear without anyone finding out and taking his precious Indian from him?
10. Fish in a Tree
Ally Nickerson has successfully hidden her inability to read from all the many schools she’s been in throughout her life.
But a new teacher forces her to address the problem, and pushes her to places she’d never thought she could go.
This was an amazing chapter books for 4th graders.
11. Niagara Falls, Or Does It? #1 (Hank Zipzer)
It was amazing chapter books for 4th graders.
This book probably would be considered to be a young adult (or younger) book, however, the story is for everyone.
Hank is a smart kid and the book says he is creative and funny. He wants to do well, but has challenges. Many claim he is lazy and trouble finds Hank.
Hank has trouble with organization and seems to have difficulty keeping track of things….like school supplies.
First day in 4th grade, the teacher gives Hank an impossible assignment. He needs to write an essay, a FIVE paragraph essay about his summer vacation.
Hank has great difficulty getting his thoughts on paper and decides to do a project instead.
He makes a working model of Niagara Falls The model fails and water runs all over the classroom. Hank gets detention and ends up with the music teacher.
The music teacher is the teacher every kid should have and helps Hank to discover that his brain has plenty of good information in it and some creative ways to get that information out. All kids should have a Mr. Rock in their lives.
The end of the book, Hank talking to his grandpa…wise man. Grandpa says, “We’re all different and that makes us great…..Take pickes there are big ones, little ones, bumpy ones
12. Charlotte’s Web (A Puffin Book)
It is a chapter books for 4th graders childrens. who try to learn and understand new things.
A child named wilbur told his feelings towards the pig: in this story.The story teaches the values of friendship and love.
It is about the friendship between a spider called charlotte and Wilbur the pig
The story is about a pig named Wilbur who was about to be killed during Christmas,but he was saved by his spider friend Charlotte.
friendship between a lovably naive pig and a clever, kind spider, and the selfless sacrifices they make to keep the bond of love alive
13. The World According to Humphrey (Humphrey 1)
This is a book about a classroom hamster and his thoughts and adventures Humphrey seems to solve all classroom problems very good to get children reading as it is quite funny and interesting chapter books for 4th graders.
‘The time had arrived to put my Plan into action. I was in grave danger and I had no choice. I only had one weapon: a rubber band.
It had taken me a long time to get it hooked around the edge of my food dish. Now I carefully pulled it back as far as I could, aiming directly at those big doggy nostrils.’
You can learn a lot about life by observing another species. That’s what Humphrey was told when he was bought as a classroom pet for Room 26. And it’s definitely true
14. The Wild Robot: ‘2016/04/05
The story begins with a robot named Roz who has arrived on an island. She was in a crate among other robots on a ship and now has been washed up on the shore.
Roz seems to be the only robot left as the others have been crashed and broken into pieces.
As she begins to explore the island, she meets many animals along the way and discovers what living in the wild is all about.
“Hello, I am ROZZUM unit 7134, but you may call me Roz. While my robotic systems are activating, I will tell you about myself.”
At first, Roz is disliked by the wildlife population because they can’t figure out what she is–they’re more concerned about being eaten.
On top of that, they also don’t understand her language. They call her a monster, but as time moves on they discover that Roz doesn’t eat and they warm up to her.
We really enjoyed the parts where Roz observes and learns about kindness, including how to become friends with the animals on the island.
She has a strong instinct to survive, but knows she’ll need help from those who are experienced. Roz is unique and seems to actually feel some human emotions which makes her incredibly interesting.
This is a cute little story chapter books for 4th graders.
15. Make Way for Dyamonde Daniel (A Dyamonde Daniel Book)
Great story with lots of humor chapter books for 4th graders.
Dyamonde is a feisty little 3rd grader who is fairly new in town. She longs for a best friend.
She meets a new boy named Free who has a grouchy attitude all the time. She has to find out why he is so angry all the time.
Dyamonde recently started a new school. She lives in a new apartment with her mom.
She’s getting the hang of things, but what she really wants is a new friend. Along comes Free, another new student, but he happens to be one of the most cranky, moody, grouchy people Dyamonde has ever met.
But she’s not giving up until she knows what’s going on with Free.
Smart, funny beginning chapter books for 4th graders.
16. The Princess in Black
What a delightful little humorous adventure chapter books for 4th graders.
The Princess in Black is a courageous young girl who goes by Princess Magnolia when she doesn’t have to fight monsters. But when she does, she puts on her black garments and flies into action!
Princess Magnolia is hiding a big, huge secret and if it ever came out, her kingdom will never be the same.
During the day, she’s pretty in pink Princess Magnolia and at night she’s Princess in Black the asskicker of Monsters who come from the underground. They always seem to be hungry for goats. But PM is not cool with that.
She must keep her secret hidden in a bro closet as she karate chops those damn monsters back down below.
The artwork is fun and the text is charming and funny chapter books for 4th graders.
17. Juana and Lucas
Juana and Lucas is a sweet, lighthearted, and generously illustrated transitional chapter books for 4th graders.
the story is about Juana and her dog, Lucas, Lucas is only one of the supporting characters, while Juana is the sole star of the book.
Young readers will love getting to know Juana in this delightful semi-autobiographical chapter book. She’s a young girl living in Bogotá, Columbia with her two favorite people: her Mami and her dog Lucas.
Juana also likes lots of things: drawing, superhero Astroman, brussels sprouts,and reading books (sometimes under the covers with a flashlight).
She also like living near her abuelos and playing her friends, especially Juli. Juana isn’t crazy about math, dance class, or her school uniform, but she does like lunch when she can play fútbol with her friends.
Juana thinks her life is just about perfect, that is until English comes along – on the first already-not-going-well day of school. Thank goodness, there’s Lucas to come home to after such a horrible day.
English, Juana discovers, has lots of THs, big Ws, and long Ls and she finds them all so hard to pronounce.
Besides, why does she have to learn English anyway? Her mother tells Juana that “learning English can change [her] life…in a good way.” And everyone else she asks seems to agree with that – neighbors Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon, shopkeeper brothers Fernando and Hernando Herrera, even Tía Cris.
But it’s when her abuelo tells her she needs to learn English for the family’s trip to Spaceland where Astroman lives in the United States that Juana finally finds a good reason to study English harder.
This chapter books for 4th graders was super cute.
18. When Mischief Came to Town
Igne Marie has moved to the small town of Bornholm to live with her grandmother after her mother dies. At first it seems grandmother is a stern old woman who doesn’t know how to handle active, imaginative Igne Marie.
But there is a twinkle in her eye and her name is Dizzy. Igne Marie gets into all kinds of trouble like having a goat eat half her hair and almost killing the turkey with a clog. She also causes mischief at school when she rebels against the constraining rules about what girls can and cannot do.
She befriends orphan Klaus and helps him find a family. Slowly and surely she realizes her grief is lessening and her love for her grandmother is growing.
When Mischief Came to Town by Katrina Nannestad is a charming and heartwarming chapter books for 4th graders.
Charlie, the main character, goes to live with an aunt and uncle when her parents can’t take care of her any more.
She feels abandoned and unwanted. With the help of a new friend, Howard, a stray dog she takes in, and her aunt and uncle, Charlie finally finds her place to belong.
This is a story of friendship, family, and never giving up on your wishes!
Wish is a wonderful chapter books for 4th graders that kids will connect with.
20. Legend of the Star Runner: A Timmi Tobbson Adventure (Solve-Them-Yourself Mysteries for Kids 8-12)
A delightful romp, goofy and giddy, with wonderfully silly and sincere characters. It’s both a choose-your-own adventure and puzzle at the same time.
It’s a great challenge for kids, who will no doubt enjoy both the story and the solving of the riddles.
Absolutely great chapter books for 4th graders.
21. Walk Two Moons
In this story, as soon as Soeb entertains his grandparents with his outrageous story, he remembers his own story, which left only one wish in life To join her missing mother from Fr.
“In this funny and sad adventure story ,13-year-old Salamanca, who is proud of her Indian blood and her country roots.
Great Story chapter books for 4th graders.
Caitlin has Asperger’s. The world according to her is black and white; anything in between is confusing.
Before, when things got confusing, Caitlin went to her older brother, Devon, for help.
But Devon was killed in a school shooting, and Caitlin’s dad is so distraught that he is just not helpful.
Caitlin wants everything to go back to the way things were, but she doesn’t know how to do that.
Then she comes across the word closure–and she realizes this is what she needs.
And in her search for it, Caitlin discovers that the world may not be so black and white after all.
A strong powerful Chapter books for 4th graders.
23. Swindle (Swindle #1) (1)
Swindle is a really good chapter books for 4th graders.
This book has a lot of author’s craft that makes you want to keep reading it! This book is a little bit about crime.
A gang of kids try to break in to a person ripped them off (Swindle)’s house. Griffin must be a risk taker. He’s the one who took a risk of breaking into a person’s house!
A boy named Griffin was planning to have a sleepover with his friends, until a person named Wendell swindles him into a very rare Babe Ruth card.
Wendell tries to sell the card for a very high price. The book is called Swindle and it is by Gordan Korman.
This book is about three friends named Griffin, Darren and Ben trying to get the card back from a person named Wendell.
The story takes place in New York. The book is based around how people can swindle you for things that you posses. And they can trick you for things easily.
This chapter books for 4th graders is all kinds of humour and action,adventure.
The book Savvy by Ingrid Law is a fantastic fantasy chapter books for 4th graders.
It’s about a girl named Mibs who is turning thirteen, and in her family, turning into a teenager means that she will receive her special ability called a Savvy.
It’s a great novel filled with a bunch of fun adventures.
In the book Savvy Mibs lives between Nebraska and Kansas, she is no ordinary girl.
In her family at the age of thirteen everybody gets their Savvy. On her older brothers thirteenth birthday his savvy was to control electricity, and her other brother named Fish, is able to control the weather.
Everybody in her family seems to have a Savvy except her dad, but her thirteenth birthday is coming soon and she is very excited about her Savvy.
What will Mibs’s Savvy be? Will she be strong enough?
Absolutely precious and enjoyable chapter books for 4th graders.
25. I Survived the Sinking of the Titanic, 1912
This book is about a boy named Goerge who is on the ocean liner Titanic.
While he is on board he meets new freinds, explores the ship, and he learns everything he wants to about the Titanic.
But one thing he doesn’t know that the ship is doomed and is caught in the sinking. Will he survive?
The book The Sinking of The Titanic, 1912 is a good way for children to learn about how the Titanic sank.
This is more intresting chapter books for 4th graders.
Frequently Asked Question
What is a 4th grade curriculum?
As fourth graders, students deepen their skills in all subjects to prepare for middle school. … However, the content of most 4th grade curricula pushes students to think, analyze, and learn in more sophisticated and structured ways than they did in the “lower” grades.
What are 4th graders interested in?
In 4th grade, students master and further their multiplication, division, and general computation skills. They learn how to solve real-life word problems using the four basic operations: addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.
What age are chapter books for?
Chapter books still feature illustrations, but fewer than early readers’ picture books. Generally speaking, children become ready to transition to kids’ chapter books at around age 7 or 8.