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what are some good chapter books for 5th graders to read together in class or by themselves for book clubs?
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dan4thgr The best place for an in-depth search is Book Wizard. Type chapter book in the quick search and then narrow down to your interest level. Make a list of the titles that interest you.

/bookwizard.scholastic.com
May 21, 2011
Francie By themselves, if you want to start out easy: Stone Fox.

I love Watson's Go to Birmingham - funny and poignant in the end.

Esperanza Rising and Edward Tulane.

Read aloud: Go Free or Die - Harriet Tubman biograph
May 27, 2011
Mae in Texas There are so many books...where to begin? I keep a range of book club books in my room. I have 12 book boxes with 4-5 copies of different titles ranging from 2nd grade reading level to 6th grade and up with every level in between. Most of my books range in 4th- 5th. Some of the titles I have in my boxes (going on memory here - posting from home): ...See More
May 29, 2011
ny/5 Here are my students' favorite authors: Gordon Korman (Schooled is their favorite!) Sharon Creech (Walk Two Moons, The Wanderer, Absolutely Normal Chaos, Love That Dog, Hate That Cat) Jerry Spinelli (Loser, Maniac Magee, Wringer, Stargirl, Love Stargirl) Gary Paulsen (Hatchet, Brian's Winter, The River, Brian's Hunt, The Rifle) Louis Sachar (Holes,...See More
May 29, 2011
Sam On 5/21/11, dan4thgr wrote: > The best place for an in-depth search is Book Wizard. Type > chapter book in the quick search and then narrow down to your > interest level. Make a list of the titles that interest you. > > /bookwizard.scholastic.com

This is not a good suggestion and sounds like scholastic spam.

I wou...See More
Jun 28, 2011


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