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Favorite books to read aloud to 4th graders. Lots of great suggestions on this list! books for kids | books for kids to read http://thesunnypatch.ca/favorite-4th-grade-read-alouds/

Favorite 4th Grade Read Alouds

Make time for read alouds with your older kids - you won't be disappointed by the time spent together. Here's a list of our favorite read alouds for grade.

Go Dog Go First Edition Book

Go, Dog, Go by: P. Eastman Ages Who new that dogs where busy? This dog shows all the things he does in a day.

A day-in-the-life account of Oliva, the precocious pig, by Ian Falconer. The first is a series of Oliva books that are especially popular with little girls. For more read-a-louds or information about the reader visit www.westchesterenglish.com.

A day-in-the-life account of Oliva, the precocious pig, by Ian Falconer. The first is a series of Oliva books that are especially popular with little girls.

23 Feminist Books Every Child Should Read

23 Feminist Books Every Child Should Read

Miss Bridie Chose a Shovel: Leslie Connor, Mary Azarian: Amazon.com: Books

Miss Bridie Chose a Shovel: Leslie Connor, Mary Azarian

Cats of Tanglewood Forest - Google Search

Cats of Tanglewood Forest - Google Search

BUNNIES!!! It's so difficult to write well for the youngest part of the picture book audience but I suspect Kevan Atteberry has nailed it with this book. I can picture a room full of two year olds laughing.

, by Kevan Atteberry. (Katherine Tegen Books, an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers, "A monster searches everywhere to find the things he loves: bunnies"-- Provided by publisher.

After being separated from her sister and sold to a cruel goat farmer, Astri makes a daring escape. She quickly retrieves her little sister, and, armed with a troll treasure, a book of spells and curses, and a possibly magic hairbrush, they set off for America. With a mysterious companion in tow and the malevolent “goatman” in pursuit, the girls head over the mountains. ( Amazon)

Best of 2014: Chapter Books the Girls Tore Through

Jessica sent this to me with a note: "It makes me think of what John T. Gatto said about childrens lit authors –something to the effect of –the good ones paint a realistic and complex world, knowing and assuming and expecting that the childs mind can attain to that level of understanding."  So helpful.  Take notes on this illustration.    @Frank Churchill, does this qualify to be an 'occasional' on the shared board? If not, I can keep it here.

Blueberries for Sal by Robert McCloskey. Love Robert McCloskey books (and this is my favorite!

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