CC Literature - Grade 4

CC Literature - Grade 4

The books in this collection fit specific expectations within the Grade 4 strands for literature as outlined in the Common Core State Standards for English Language Arts.

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Helen’s Birds

From Sara Cassidy, acclaimed author of A Boy Named Queen, comes a stunning wordless graphic novel about friendship, loss and hope.

How Emily Saved the Bridge

The amazing story of Emily Warren Roebling, the woman who stepped in to oversee the construction of the Brooklyn Bridge, which was completed in 1883.

How to Bee

A story about family, loyalty, kindness and bravery, set against an all-too-possible future where climate change has forever changed the way we live.

Lion and Mouse

Funny, fresh and very modern, this update on the fable of the lion and the mouse is a marvelous tale of a relationship between two unlikely friends.

Mi amiga

Una historia sobre la importancia de la amistad en la vida de una niña inmigrante.

My Friend

A story about the importance of friendship in the life of an immigrant child, from acclaimed creators Elisa Amado and Alfonso Ruano.

nattiq and the Land of Statues

In this charming story that includes words in Inuktitut, a ringed seal returns to his Arctic home and tells his friends of his southern adventures.

Night Walk

A child explores her neighborhood on a late-night walk with her dad, finding delight and comfort in moments of quiet and the warm windows into other people’s lives.

No Ordinary Day

Deborah Ellis, author of The Breadwinner, brings us another feisty young heroine, Valli — an orphan with leprosy who lives on the streets of Kolkata.

No Vacancy

With the help of her Catholic friend, an eleven-year-old Jewish girl creates a provocative local tourist attraction to save her family’s failing motel.

On the Other Side of the Garden

A loving, empowering story about a girl who finds a way to cope with change.

Operatic

A story of friendship, first crushes, opera and the high drama of middle school told by award-winning Kyo Maclear in her debut graphic novel.