Author Konigsburg's tale of a young girl's escape into a search for identity — her own and Angel's — in one of the world's greatest museums was awarded a 1967 Newbery Medal, as well as named an American Library Association Notable Book, and "Best of the Best" by the School Library Journal.
August Pullman is a fifth-grade boy with a severe facial difference. His loving parents and sister have shielded him from many outside influences before WONDER begins; he's been homeschooled up until that point, for example. But at the start of the book, his mother has decided that it's time for Auggie to brave a real school experience.
JAMES AND THE GIANT PEACH is a delightful children's novel full of adventure and singular characters. As in many of the great Roald Dahl's works, the central character is a poor, deprived child, and seeing James Henry Trotter rise from his lowly state to become a leader with true friends is immensely satisfying.
Since it was first published 50 years ago, Astrid Lindgren's Pippi Longstocking has delighted generations of children all over the world. The author of many books for children, including two more about Pippi and her friends, Lindgren was awarded the Hans Christian Andersen Medal for her contribution to international children's literature.
My students need class additional literature books to enhance the reading curriculum.The students in our school are outstanding, and the students in our grade level are exceptional. They are... My students need 32 copies of The Wild Robot to help improve their reading fluency and comprehension.
Charlotte's Web - Children's Literature - Questions for Tests and Worksheets - Fourth Grade (Grade 4) You can create printable tests and worksheets from these Grade 4 Charlotte's Web questions! Select one or more questions using the checkboxes above each question.
Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing is a children's novel written by American author Judy Blume and published in 1972. It is the first in the Fudge Series and was followed by Superfudge, Fudge-a-Mania, and most recently by Double Fudge.
Many of my students are intimidated by chapter books - and choose books based on length instead of quality literature. I want to open up the world of good literature for them, and encourage them to be lifelong readers. My Project. I want to use The One and Only Ivan as a read-a-loud book with my class, which will really get them excited about the book.