While I’m not sure about that, it is a dense fact-filled tome from the early years to the present day. I thought this was not just a great story but I loved that the main character (the ninja) was a girl. Guinness World Records Over 300 Fun Facts by Christy Webster The Most Astonishing Inventions of All Time by Deborah Kespert HUMOR / GRAPHIC NOVEL A group of volunteers called Seal Sitters, watch out for baby seals who are left on Seattle shore while their mothers hunt for food. ), National Geographic Why’d They Wear That: Fashion as the Mirror of History by Sarah Albee Bookmark this page, or pin it on Pinterest! (Ages 9 – 10). But, can the castle and Celie stop the Royal Council and the foreign prince from taking over the kingdom? Inventor Nikki Tesla joins a new school called the Genius Academy where she’s not the only genius. Celie loves her castle, and it’s living ways. . We like that you can flip through and find ideas quickly, that it’s not a cover to cover read. december 29 Biggest and Smallest! Learn about robots used in factories and hospitals, robot toys, robot kits, flying robots and more! Each women gets a full page bio with information about what makes her a role model and “rad.” Ladies like Willma Mankiller, Nellie Bly, Lucy Parsons, and Hazel Scott. Genius! Charlotte’s Bones: The Beluga Whale in a Farmer’s Field by Erin Rounds, illustrated by Alison Carver National Geographic Kids Ultimate U.S. Road Trip Atlas Suddenly, the room goes dark and the fraction is stolen and it’s up to George to find it. Ben and police dog, Hero, set off to find Ben’s dad. Hours of coloring fun! Teddy and Summer think so. Finding the items will be dangerous, mysterious, and life-changing. We learn that all the kids will be assigned their own character in a familiar tale – and the chance to prove themselves. Throughout this book, we’re given the sights and sounds that make Dickens’ writing so unique to this time period. He and his best friend, Quint, live in an upgraded, well-defended treehouse where they plan for rescuing his crush June (she doesn’t need rescuing being quite capable) and fighting zombies. Young volunteer, Miles, calls his fellow Seal Sitters to help him move the people away from Leopard. My daughters totally dig the super cute and happy images to color in this coloring book. . “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?). I loved this adventure because it’s exciting as well as it includes a lot of factual information about marine life. This photographic story tells the story of baby seal, Leopard, who is crowded by onlookers and dogs. Everyday Angel by Victoria Schwab Not to mention their eyeballs are the biggest of any land animal. My kids and I love flipping through this book and reading all the cool information in bite-sized chunks that accompany each question. Who knows I’d care about the Archimedes Screw and want to read all about it. But if your child can read Harry Potter and wants to — hooray! All Rights Reserved. This book has classic fairy tale elements with a fun twist. The layout and design plus the photographs make me want to devour all the football facts and info. Action from the first page to the last. This book gives our kids the background information that no one else in your family will know. . Why? These reading worksheets will help kids practice their comprehension skills. It’s a compelling story about the real dangers that marine mammals face every day. Information such as: Beautifully written and illustrated, these poems capture the beauty of each season in relatable verses that seem like magic just like the poem below describes the first snow. Of course, the Peter H. Reynolds illustrations are ah-mazing. MYSTERY Goosebumps by R. L. Stine SCIENCE – STEM So when was the Internet invented (and who invented it)? Identical twins living in a new town experience flashes of precognition when touching other people. books. For example, in the Western Terror-tories, the directions start,”Hop off the stagecoach in Tombstone J1. . Stink and the Shark Sleepover by Megan McDonald, illustrated by Peter H. Reynolds It’s a lot of beautiful photos with details from behind the scenes of the movies. 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. I love sharing good books & fun learning resources. Highly recommended for its compelling story and sensitivity to current issues. The reason is it an action-packed photo / cartoon story plus instructions for making what’s in the story. These books are great for students that hate to read but love animals! Wonderful stuff! You’ll discover examples of birds in the wild with each feather fact. Highly recommended. #58 Be like cheese (or bacon) and make everything you touch better. books as much as mine? Betrayal, adventure, plot twists, and incredible mythological world-building make these stories that kids can’t put down. With a topic so many students can relate to, this realistic fiction is highly engaging for fourth graders. 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. Diary of an 8-Bit Warrior by Cube Kid, illustrated by Saboten 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. Not to mention, they probably will be reading longer hours because the books are just too good to put down. Flip through to find a subject of interest — gemstones, famous heists, Harry Potter, or pandas, and the two-page spread has photos and facts galore. Ballet Non-fiction, 470 words. The books are well-written just like a narrative story. I only that that applied to basket weaving. Full boxed set here. 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. So, when robbers attack her parents carriage, and they are never seen again, Celie takes comfort that their room is exactly the same, hoping the castle knows they are still alive. So many kids love cars like these (okay, and many of their dad’s do as well). Emmet and his father arrive to investigate but when his father is kidnapped, Emmet and his friend, Calvin, know it’s up to them to find where the kidnapper is holding Emmet’s father. National Geographic Kids Weird But True! Well-written like all of the books in this series and totally fascinating! The Familiars by Adam Jay Epstein and Andrew Jacobson LOVE this series! Mighty Jack by Ben Hatke The Land of Stories by Chris Colfer HUMOR / GRAPHIC NOVEL My 15-year old has already done at least a third of the coloring pages. GREAT for reluctant readers — and anyone who loves an action-packed sci-fi mystery! This hilarious book makes the zombie apocalypse seem fun. All pages are black background so the animal and words shine out like a shadow in the night. Pretty fascinating stuff to my Harry Potter addicted kids. one want to read it, lift the flaps, and feel the pages. Choose 15-20 alphabet books to help give your students examples of how they work around themes. 24) The Unicorn Quest by Kamilla Benko Boxed Set Here. Clara Barton Non-fiction, 507 words Especially for sports and science-minded kids. 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. I’m Melissa Taylor, mom, writer, & former elementary teacher & literacy trainer. Mean Machines Customized Cars by Kane Miller Looking for FREE library printables for 4th, 5th, or 6th grade? This book shares the difficult history of the Navajos and focuses on how the Navajo men used their unique language to help win WWI. FANTASY / GRAPHIC NOVEL 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. Love it for a gift idea! Nick and Tesla’s High-Voltage Danger Lab by Science Bob Pflugfleder and Steve Hockensmith Nearly 150 Models + 40 Brick-by-Brick Breakdowns by Megan H. Rothrock Sarcastic and hilarious, this is a laugh-out-loud comic book story about a precocious young girl and her reluctant unicorn “best friend”. See all the addicting informational books in the Who Would Win series. . ) 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. Be warned: Your kids will want you to order A LOT more Legos for these new projects. This could inspire your family’s next road trip or trips. Your kids will zip through these adventures, learning history in the process. DNA Detective by Tanya Lloyd Kyi, illustrated by Lil Grump The books always are about a young person trying to survive the historically important, life-changing event such as Pompeii, the Titanic, Pearl Harbor, or the Battle of Gettysburg. REALISTIC From snow leopards to serval, Nocture is 85 animals of 40 different species from around the world. Resources to Guide and Assess Nonfiction Reading/Thinking\Writing Aligned with Common Core Standards . Ben doesn’t think his summer could be any more boring. This book pits two ocean carnivores against each other. Amulet by Kazu Kibuishi Liberty Porter, First Daughter by Julia DeVillers Then ask your students to create their own Book Alphabet based on the book they read. I mean, the ostriches have TOE CLAWS OF DEATH. Not only did this quiet, kind man work hard in tennis but you’ll learn that he also worked hard for equal rights and research funding for HIV/AIDS. Looking for a good book series for your 4th grader? 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. This is a fast, action-packed adventure that sets the tone for more books to come. Animal Planet Animals A Visual Encyclopedia by Animal Planet John Watson moves with his mom who has recently left both the military and John’s dad to Harlem. I love sharing good books & fun learning resources. Do you know about familiars? Know any kids (or adults) who like all things gross? The questions are a mix of 'open-ended" and "close-ended" questions. Monsters — real animal monsters — is a topic that kids love reading about. Also, I debated about including the Harry Potter series because 4th grade is the time when many kids start these books. STEM is the future, this is a great book for your STEM kiddos. Copyright ©2021 Imagination Soup. The stories are non-stop adventures in magical, imaginative worlds. overnight. ADVENTURE (SCI-FI) Learn all about the strangest sports in the world. However, continued innovative thinking combined with hard work and determination leads to success. The only way they know is to find a treasure and sell it. Floca, Brian, author. Time for Kids Robots Packed with full-color photos, first-hand accounts, and, of course, plenty of exciting facts, these titles bring nonfiction to life for even the most reluctant of readers. Underwater bike racing? Design By Me: Treats by Carrie Anton, Paula Riley (Easier said than done.) Awesomely distasteful! Box set here. A visually appealing graphic layout makes it easy to access the invention information — in fact, it’s down-right enticing! HUMOR Her pod leaves her. We read this with our mother-daughter book club and it was a big hit. The layout is appealing and the information organized and written with kids in mind meaning it’s not too wordy while being factual and interesting with each breed gets 1 or 2 pages devoted to it and accompanying colorful photos. 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! It’s also a lovely example of how to make science come to life through a narrative story. I wasn’t expecting these books to be so funny in an ironic way that you don’t see in children’s books. Beautiful photographs and bite-sized chunks of information showcase more than 2,500 animals from the seven major animal groups: mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, insects and arachnids, invertebrates, and fish are featured in 1,050 stunning full-color photos, plus dynamic illustrations, maps, and charts. See ALL my book recommendations for 9-year-old children here. It’s about an amazing woman named Clara who advocated for justice and equality during a time when black people weren’t permitted the same rights as white people. I learned a ton from this book because many of these inspiring women aren’t well known. (And then prepare for the next segregated store demonstration.). To find out which books are guaranteed to have your fourth-, fifth-, or sixth-grade reader in stitches, we went straight to the kids themselves. 20. These are charming, uplifting stories. Helpful informational insets give readers background on topics covered in the biography such as how surfboards are made. BOXED SET. What a story — and it’s true!! Library Rules Presentations. We follow the life of precocious, sightless Louis who desperately wants to read and write but is disappointed with his limited options. Runt is a 12-year old with real problems. This is a great time to start. by Cicely Mary Barker. Book two, Mighty Jack and the Goblin King, concludes this fantastic series for 4th graders. My oldest started reading because of these books. Harry Potter Film Wizardry by Brian Sibley This is a well-done, readable nonfiction book. She started out as a nonfiction reader who needed bite-sized tidbits to read in whatever order she desired. Treasury of Norse Mythology: Stories of Intrigue, Trickery, Love, and Revenge by Donna Jo Napoli, illustrations by Christina Balit REALISTIC / HUMOR Squirrels Leap, Squirrels Sleep . by Julie Beer Boxed set here. Miles and his grandpa decide to build a floating dock for Leopard so he will be safe when his mother hunts. Percy Jackson’s Greek Gods by Rick Riordan, illustrated by John Rocco Surprisingly, the answers they find will be a total shock. Who could have dumped these innocent kittens? You’ll love the photographs of the real Winnie – so cool! It’s so gorgeous, it could be a coffee table book. So when Robby says, “You were made to be awesome. Sports Illustrated Kids Football Then to Wow! The Lemonade War is the first book in this series. Jan 4, 2021 - Book reviews, activities, and reading strategies for nonfiction books. When left to fend for themselves, the siblings discover something very suspicious at the old mansion down the street. Throughout the story, these STEM wizards invent gadgets and gizmos and give you directions to do the same. Brilliant. Great for 4th graders! Time for Kids Book of When: 801 Facts Kids want to Know Kids will pour over this book for hours and learn the history of swords, and the types of sword use for people like medieval knights, samurais, and sultans. Life in middle school is not easy. While Jack’s single mom works, Jack takes care of his little sister, Maddy. 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Authentic, decodable books provide successful and motivating first reading experiences for students who are not yet fluent readers. She and her students returned day after day despite people yelling and throwing food. All Rights Reserved. Gorgeous photos that gross me out and enchant snake lovers fill Snakeopedia. You can eat deep-fried orchids in Thailand. We follow George Cornelius Factor (a fraction collector) as he goes to bid for a new fraction — 5/9. Written like a narrative story, these little books are fast-paced and informative. Not until you read this book. They include dialogue, description, character development, and a sequential plot. We highly recommend the Phoebe books — and have read them long after 4th grade! There he meets a very unique girl named Shelby Holmes who reluctantly allows him to tag along with her as she solves her latest crime — the mystery of a missing show-dog stolen from a classmate’s secure house. The land lifts. While on a class trip to Washington D.C., Wyatt and his best friend, Matt, are positive they’ve discovered a plot to blow up the White House. Aptly titled with a word that invokes warm melodies, this is such a beautifully photographed and designed book. just to name a few things. Whether it's science, sports, or history, there's something for every nonfiction reader in your class in this fact-packed book list featuring nonfiction titles for students in grades 3-5. But you have no idea…how cool and weird and amazing ostriches are. But, they are also the only ones who can save the world from a war between the Greek gods the Titans. 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) Find the book recommendations for 3rd grade, 4th grade, and 5th grade students here. that was quiet and white Hennessy, illustrated by Erwin Madrid Weird but True 8 I Survived the Bombing of Pearl Harbor, 1941 by Lauren Tarshis When was popcorn invented? Fun and engaging books that are perfect for phonics readers and dyslexic learners. For example, if your child likes the Atom, they’ll learn more about physics, matter, and atoms. It’s a piece of Dickens’ his life history that is often overlooked. One-Page Readings . Want to hear a few? REALISTIC 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. Beautiful artwork with compelling characters and an adventurous plot make this a sure-fire hit with young readers. HISTORICAL FICTION / ADVENTURE Honestly, I never appreciated feathers before this book. For kids who'd rather read about how to code, space exploration, the layers of rock and vegetation in the Grand Canyon , or the achievements of Alexander Hamilton than pick up a novel, we've got a great list of titles to check out. Spit and toilets and boogers and maggots…everything disgusting is covered in full-color photographs and detailed text. Three kids from seemingly different social circles band together to rescue kittens they find in a dumpster, forming their own detective investigation group. Lincoln Peirce “gets” kids and their struggles. Library Rules. Twintuition is an enjoyable read. Wow – these are addicting reads! Wyatt’s crush, Suzanna, helps the friends make a plan, and as you can imagine, disaster and hilarity strike. Find Gaia Girls: Enter the Earth at your local library. Time for Kids All Access Your Behind the Scenes Look at the Coolest People, Places, and Things! Canadian vet and WWI soldier, Harry Colebourn, rescued a bear who he named Winnipeg and took her with him to training in England. The Lumberjanes is a fun adventure series. Don’t Read This Book Before Dinner: Revoltingly True Tales of Foul Food, Icky Animals, Horrible History, and More by Anna Claybourne Lucky for you, the book provides a helpful hints section of your odds of being hit by a musket along with information about the battles, casualties, and leadership. I liked this picture book with comic dialogue about the oft-neglected fly, my kids thought it was kind of gross. Robots is such a cool book. Not only is this entertaining, it’s educational, too. I love how the author writes so this history reads like a story, even though it’s a biography. Flyleaf Publishing. GRAPHIC NOVEL / HUMOR I just love browsing through the ideas. The Complete Book of Flower Fairies . These passages are listed at their readability level according to the Fry formula. 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