Grade 4 Nonfiction Library

Grade 4 Nonfiction Library
The Grade 4 Nonfiction Library contains 30 high quality nonfiction texts chosen by Great Books Foundation editors. The set also includes:
  • Common Core informational exemplar texts
  • A teacher's guide with optional activities for student response and sharing
  • Social studies and science books
  • Books at various levels of difficulty
  • A bin and stickers for each book to keep your library organized


Note: A substitution may be made if one of the titles becomes unavailable. Substitute books are also chosen by Great Books editors.

  • And Then What Happened, Paul Revere?Jean Fritz
  • The Cloud BookTomie de Paola
  • Do Stars Have Points?Melvin & Gilda Berger
  • EarthquakesSeymour Simon
  • EleanorBarbara Cooney
  • The Fantastic Undersea Life of Jacques CousteauDan Yaccarino
  • George Washington: Solider, Hero, PresidentJustine & Ron Fontes
  • HurricanesSeymour Simon
  • Ice Mummy: The Discovery of a 5,000-Year-Old ManMark & Cathy East Dubowski
  • If You Lived at the Time of the American RevolutionKay Moore
  • If You Traveled on the Underground RailroadEllen Levine
  • Just a Few Words, Mr. LincolnJean Fritz
  • Knights & CastlesWill & Mary Pope Osborne
  • Mosquito BiteAlexandra Siy
  • My Librarian Is a Camel: How Books Are Brought to Children Around the World*Margriet Ruurs
  • Now & Ben: The Modern Inventions of Ben FranklinGene Barretta
  • One Day in the DesertJean Craighead George
  • One Day in the PrairieJean Craighead George
  • A Picture Book of George Washington CarverDavid A. Adler
  • Rachel: The Story of Rachel CarsonAmy Ehrlich
  • The Respiratory SystemSusan Glass
  • A River Ran WildLynne Cherry
  • The Snake ScientistSy Montgomery
  • SpaceWill & Mary Pope Osborne
  • TeammatesPeter Golenbock
  • The Top of the World: Climbing Mount EverestSteve Jenkins
  • Toys!: Amazing Stories Behind some Great Inventions*Don Wulffson
  • The Trail of TearsJoseph Bruchac
  • What Is the Animal Kingdom?Bobbie Kalman
  • Where Was Patrick Henry on the 29th of May?Jean Fritz