Digital only: Classroom bundle for one teacher and 30 students | $928 | NOTE: The digital books cannot be printed.
Print and Digital: Classroom bundle for one teacher and 30 students | $3,118 | NOTE: The digital books cannot be printed.

Grade 4 Classroom Bundle

Digital only: Classroom bundle for one teacher and 30 students | $928 | NOTE: The digital books cannot be printed.
Print and Digital: Classroom bundle for one teacher and 30 students | $3,118 | NOTE: The digital books cannot be printed.
Grade 4 Classroom Bundle

This classroom bundle includes everything you need to successfully use Junior Great Books Fiction and Junior Great Books Nonfiction Inquiry in your classroom—teacher materials, student materials for 30 students, and training to prepare you to begin using the Great Books Foundation's Shared Inquiry™ method of learning.

Junior Great Books® Series 4 Fiction contains two books, each with nine outstanding fiction selections grouped into three themes. Junior Great Books Nonfiction Inquiry 4 features nine thought-provoking nonfiction texts that yield rich questions.

This classroom bundle includes materials for one teacher and 30 students including:

  • Series 4 Teacher’s Editions and Nonfiction Inquiry 4 Teacher’s Guide
  • 30 Series 4 Fiction and Nonfiction Inquiry 4 Student Books/Logs
  • One Blended Shared Inquiry Webinar

Note: The digital products in this bundle come with a one-year subscription. Purchasers will be emailed a coupon code to register for a Shared Inquiry Essentials Online Training in our store, valid through June 30, 2022.

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Contents

FICTION BOOK ONE

TRUST

Thank You, M’am
Langston Hughes
Crow Call
Lois Lowry
Fresh
Philippa Pearce

RESOURCEFULNESS

Shrewd Todie and Lyzer the Miser
Ukrainian folktale as told by Isaac Bashevis Singer
On Sand Island
Jacqueline Briggs Martin
The Green Man
Gail E. Haley

COMMUNICATION

Song of Hope
Peggy Duffy
Jean Labadie’s Big Black Dog
French-Canadian folktale as told by Natalie Savage Carlson
Thunder, Elephant, and Dorobo
African folktale as told by Humphrey Harman

FICTION BOOK TWO

STRENGTH

Tuesday of the Other June
Norma Fox Mazer
Doesn’t Fall Off His Horse
Virginia A. Stroud
The Cello of Mr. O
Jane Cutler

INTEGRITY

The No-Guitar Blues
Gary Soto
The Fire on the Mountain
Ethiopian folktale as told by Harold Courlander and Wolf Leslau
Ooka and the Honest Thief
Japanese folktale as told by I. G. Edmonds

PERSPECTIVE

The Old Woman and the Wave
Shelley Jackson
Letting Swift River Go
Jane Yolen
The Apple and the Envelope
Herbert Montgomery

JUNIOR GREAT BOOKS NONFICTION INQUIRY 4

UNITS

  • Economics: Wants vs. NeedsAir Jordans: Demanding the Brand
  • Life Science: Animal IntelligenceCrows: Friend or Foe?
  • STEM: Engineering to Solve a ProblemYoung Inventors Making the Future Brighter
  • Social Studies: The Oral TraditionThe Life and Legend of Johnny Appleseed
  • American History: Westward ExpansionZitkala-Sa at Boarding School
  • Social Studies: Social Responsibility"We Show Up for Each Other"
  • Social Studies: Justice and FairnessPeer Solutions: Better Than Punishment?
  • Physical Science: Weather and ClimateLeave it To Beavers
  • Social Studies: Personal Growth and IdentityBystanders Who Stand Together