Pictures and Color Illustrations. The best books for kids in general are those that have a lot of pictures and color illustrations. Pictures are interesting and they help maintain your kid’s concentration.
You should therefore get you 4th grader a book with cool pictures and illustrations.
Number of Pages of the Book. The concentration span of a fourth grader is relatively low and they are not yet at a point whereby they can sit through a 100 page book.Get them a book that is appropriate for their reading level but that isn’t too long, that way they will feel more accomplished once they have finished reading it.
Compelling Content. The book that you get your 4th grader should be interesting and compelling. It should be full of suspense, humor and controversy. This arouses their curiosity and gets them reading.
The Boxcar Children (The Boxcar Children, No. 1) (Boxcar Children Mysteries) is by far one of the best books that you can get for your 4th grade kid.
This book tells the story of four siblings Henry, Violet, Benny and Jessie Alden. They have no parents or family to take care of them and this forces them to look after each other.
It’s a tale of perseverance against all odds as these young kids struggle to build a life of their own that is full of fun and adventure.
With no home, they find an old and rusty box car abandoned in the woods that they convert into their home.
The story is told in a captivating and thrilling manner that is sure to excite your young kid. It teaches your kid values of courage and perseverance in the toughest of environments a trait that will serve them better in their adult life.
All these impressive attributes make The Boxcar Children (The Boxcar Children, No. 1) (Boxcar Children Mysteries) on of the best books for 4th graders.
If you are looking for a book that is full of magic and amazing characters for your 4th grade kid, then you should get them a copy of The Indian in the Cupboard.
In this book, Omri’s birthday is up and his best friend Patrick hands him a gift of a plastic Indian. Omri is saddened by this turn of events and to hide his disappointment he locks the little plastic Indian in the cupboard using a special key that belonged to his great-grandmother.
By turning the key, Omri transforms the plastic Indian into a live creature.
They develop a special bond and Omri strives to keep the little Indian a secret.