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Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing by Judy Blume . . . The first of the "Fudge" books, Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing by Judy Blume largely deals with the relationship of a fourth-grader, Peter, and his younger brother, Fudge. Reading aloud gives plenty of opportunity for talking and provides discussion points for talking about relationships with siblings.

a young girl who wakes on the morning of her birthday to find a mysterious silver crown on her pillow.

67 Books "Geeks" Should Read to Their Kids Before Age 10..we've made a good dent in these, but there are several I hadn't thought of in years

I think my first encounter with James and the Giant Peach was in 5th grade, when my teacher read it aloud to the class, and it hooked me on Roald Dahl. While I do love the original illustrations by Nancy Berkert, I'm also partial to Lane Smith's quirky versions as well. But regardless of which pictures accompany it, it's a fantastic story.

Handed down from the kids to the grandkids

Little Bear was a favorite of mine as a child!

This book is unique in it's approach to understand learning. It comes with classroom video discussions.

67 Books Every Good Parent Should Read to Their Kids Before Age 10. Or 67 books anyone should read anytime because they're just that great.

67 books to read to your kids before they turn 10. Some great classics everyone should read. This is a great list! Not sure I agree with all of them for the before 10 bit, but it has many of my favorites, and some new ones I can't wait to check out.

My son's 4th Grade Summer Reading Book List and Homework Project :: PragmaticMom

50 Great Classic Picture Books (from Your Own Childhood) to Read Aloud with Children of All Ages

generally like to model metacognition using Amazing Grace by Mary Hoffman because it’s relatable.