Best Books for 4th Grade Girls 2021

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Here we have compiled a list of the best books for 4th-grade girls 2020.

You will find books from different genres, about a variety of topics, and written in different eras. But one thing they all have in common… They’re all great reads.

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The Never Girls Collection #1 (Disney: The Never Girls): Books 1-4
Matilda (Puffin Modern Classics)
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Charlotte's Web
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1.   The Never Girls Collection

Produced by Disney, these books are guaranteed to take readers on a magical journey to Never Land.

The main characters are four best friends with one shared wish, to go to Never Land. In a magical turn of events their wish is granted, and the collection of stories begins.

Meeting the famous Disney character, Tinkerbell and her friends along the way, the girls find themselves caught up in a whole host of mystical adventures.

Full of fairies, fun and friends; these books are fabulous reads for 4th grade girls.

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2.   The Wishing Spell (The Land of Stories #1)

Great for girls that love traditional fairytale stories. The Wishing Spell is the first in the series named The Land of Stories.

The first book in the series begins when twins Conner and Alex are given a book of fairytales, and they are magically transported to a land where these fairytales are real.

With familiar characters such as, Cinderella, Red Riding Hood and Goldilocks, the book is wonderful for girls who have read the traditional Brother’s Grimm stories and who are curious about what happened next. Did they get their happily-ever-after? And, what other problems may lay in store?

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3.   The Worst Witch

Set in a boarding school for witches, The Worst Witch combines classic tales of boarding school life with the messy magic of trainee witches.

The main character Mildred Hubble is by far the worst witch in the school. Her magical mishaps bring an amusing tone to the books. But later on in the story, it is time for Mildred to be taken seriously when she discovers a magical plot to cause mayhem at the academy.

An enjoyable and lighthearted read, this book was first published in 1974 and is still one of the best books for 4th grade girls.

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4.   Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing

This book is the first in the Fudge series of books written by award winning author Judy Bloom.

Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing is a story of a frustrated older brother with a rather mischievous little brother named Fudge. The dynamic between the two brothers and the problems faced by Peter, the elder of the two, are instantly relatable to 4th graders with younger siblings. And for others, the chaos caused by Fudge is simply hilarious to read about.

Written from a 4th grader perspective the book guarantees to engage fourth grade students.

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5.   The Suitcase Kid

The author, Jaqueline Wilson, is a true legend when it comes to writing books for girls. And this is just one of her award-winning titles.

The Suitcase Kid stars a 10-year-old girl called Andy. Unfortunately, Andy’s parents are going through a divorce and Andy is caught in the middle.

An honest but uplifting story about how Andy’s world becomes disrupted and how everything comes right in the end. It is a reassuring story for any 4th grader experiencing family disruption. And also an eye-opening look at how families come in many different shapes and sizes.

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6.   Because of Mr. Terupt

The story begins with 7 very different students, each with different issues, who don’t see eye-to-eye. When Mr Terupt arrives, he has his work cut-out for him as he tries to teach his class the importance of getting along and banding together to support one another.

But in a dramatic twist, poor Mr Terupt has a serious accident. Leaving his students without his wise guidance. Will they remember everything he has taught them so far or will they slip back to their old habits? 

This book is an exciting read but also teaches 4th graders important lessons about class relationships and teamwork.

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7.   The World of Beverly Cleary Collection

The World of Beverly Cleary Collection is a top choice for 4th grade girls. There are 15 books in the boxed set which features the best books from the famed author Beverly Cleary.

Including some of her best characters, such as Ramona, Ralph. S. Mouse and Henry Huggins, this collection is bound to contain more than a few hits.

All the books are aimed at readers aged 8-12, therefore making them accessible for 4th grade students to read independently.

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8.   Matilda

By the renowned author Roald Dahl, Matilda is about a 6 year-old girl from a troubled family.

The main character is a strong-willed little girl who shows steely courage in the face of mistreatment. Her bold character and the way Dahl brings her to life, makes her an instant hit with many 4th grade girls. 

Roald Dahl’s quirky writing styles, brilliant character descriptions and truly original storylines mean this book should not be missed.

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9.   Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone

This book probably needs little introduction or explanation. It is the first in the series of 7 modern-day classics about the wizarding world.

Written by J.K. Rowling, the first book in the series has a less complicated storyline than the later books and is therefore a good choice for fourth grade readers.

Harry Potter’s popularity speaks for itself.

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10. Kensuke’s Kingdom

For girls that love adventure, Kensuke’s kingdom is worthy of a place in the best books for 4th grade girls 2020.

When Michael becomes stranded on a deserted island his fight for survival begins. Although, Michael soon comes to realise that he might not be alone as he first thought.

This multi award-winning book written by author, Michael Morpurgo, is a must read!

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11. Charlotte’s Web

Published almost 70 years ago, Charlotte’s Web has earnt its place in our list of best books for 4th grade girls 2020. This classic book is set on a farm and tells a heart-warming story of friendship and love.

The main characters take the form of a barn spider named Charlotte and a pig called Wilbur. The two of them strike-up a friendship and when Wilbur is being considered for the slaughterhouse, Charlotte comes to the rescue. Unfortunately, like all spiders with a short lifespan, Charlotte’s time comes to an end. But Wilbur finds comfort in getting to know her offspring.

This story takes readers on an emotional rollercoaster and teaches them about love, friendship, and death, all in one beautiful story.

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12. Artemis Fowl

Artemis fowl has been a big hit with both girls and boys for decades and the books have made a revival recently thanks to the popular TV adaptation.

The story is about Artemis, a 12-year-old criminal mastermind who kidnaps a fairy and holds her to ransom. But has Artemis underestimated the underground world?

As the fairies fight back, armed with all sorts of fairy powers, Artemis is left searching for allies.

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Final Thoughts

We have included everything from fairies in Never Land to kidnaped fairies of the underworld, in order to give your 4th grade girls, the reading options they deserve. Take your time to browse the list with them and happy reading!

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Anna is a content and copywriter who specializes in education. With over 10 years of experience working as a teacher in the UK and internationally, her goal is to write content that is experience-based, practical, and engaging.

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