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Need a fantastic 5th grade chapter book for read aloud
Old 09-19-2011, 05:40 PM
 
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I've taught for many years, but am stuck when it comes to finding a fantastic read aloud chapter book for 5th that our fabulous 4th gr hasn't already read! (They seem to grab all of the popular ones) I do not want a heavy theme like death, war, divorce, social issue, but a fun, gripping mentor text that will motivate my kids to read. I appreciate all suggestions. Would love a good gripping mystery or action packed adventure or fantasy. Thanks!!


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I always read Sign of the Beaver and they really like it. I did From the Mixed Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler last year and my class enjoyed it as well!
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The Emerald Atlas
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I've heard that "The Emerald Atlas" is going to be the next big series, but I haven't read it yet. Here's the review from Amazon:
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With a timeless writing style that invokes thoughts of children’s fantasy classics such as Philip Pullman’s The Golden Compass and J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone, author John Stephens weaves a gripping tale of mystery and magic into The Emerald Atlas. His enchanting prose and spot-on wit can only be described as both hip (Stephens was previously the executive producer of Gossip Girls) and Dickensian, a delightful combination that will both engage young readers with its relatable nature and fascinate them with its aberrant charm. If Stephens's comic finesse and archetypal writing style aren’t enough to engage young readers, they will no doubt be captivated by the plot. Stephens's complex formula for time travel and fascinating explanation for the disappearance of the magical realm is so convincing that readers might begin to believe that there is, in fact, far more to the world than meets the eye. Thought-provoking and enchanting, The Emerald Atlas has the makings of a children’s classic. --Jacqueline Segall
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Tuck Everlasting as my first read aloud. THe kids love it! Fits perfectly in with our beginning writing units on voice. Natalie Babbitt uses wonderful languauge, similes, metaphors, etc...We also watch the Disney movie after and work on comparing and contrasting.
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You didn't give us a list of those they've already heard or read, but it would help if you did. However, were any of these already used in 4th?

Door in the Lake (a real page turner, real-time fantasy), All the Lovely Bad Ones (fantasy and some mystery), Woodsong (Paulsen's first Iditerod), and if they've already read Hatchet, have they read Brian's Winter?

Clements' books probably are on the "already read list", but Week in the Woods is often overlooked and is really good too.

Lastly, Ida B . . . (long title) or The Magician's Elephant.


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I asked my son
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My son is in 6th grade this year. I asked him what his fave books were that his teacher read aloud last year. He loves to read, so I figured he'd be a good source! His faves were:
Becoming Naomi Leon by Pam Munoz Ryan, Maniac Magee by Jerry Spinelli, Al Capone Does My Shirts, Holes by Louis Sachar, and Bridge to Terabithia by Patterson.
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I love the book "The City of Emerald" by DePrau?

Maniac Magee by Spinelli

Star Girl by Spinelli

Al Capone Does my Shirts

The 39 Clues
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Students really liked it last year
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The City of Ember by Jeanne Dupreau. There are a lot of online activities, vocabulary, and tests available. My students loved it.
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good read alouds
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I like George's Marvelous Medicine and The BFG by Dahl...pretty funny and light hearted.
I also have read Schooled with my class.
Frindle is always a favorite as well as the Kidnapped series of books from Gordan Korman. I like to read the first book in a series to get them jump started on the books.


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No Talking by Andrew Clements. The kids begged for it every day I enjoyed it too.

I also loved Maniac Magee.
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Read Aloud
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My students love Maniac McGee........
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We just finished Loser by Jerry Spinelli, and all loved it! Last year I taugh literature circles using Maniac Magee, and we stayed afterschool one day to watch the movie. We even dined on Zep's and butterscotch krimpets
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Old 09-21-2011, 07:18 PM
 
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This is an awesome book for 5th graders. It is also great for character development. My students love it and many have put it on their best book list! About a sub that doesn't show up and how the kids act... great for teaching character too.
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favorite read alouds
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Some of my favorites: Tuck Everlasting, Holes,
Old Yeller, The Cay, Because of Winn Dixie, Hatchet
The Kid in the Red Jacket (funny and light)
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Captain Nobody, its funny kids enjoy it and its a Mark Twain nom. in MO.
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My new favorite....
Old 09-22-2011, 03:20 AM
 
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The Wednesday Wars. The kids LOVED it!
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I am reading
Old 09-22-2011, 02:57 PM
 
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A Year Down Yonder by Richard Peck and my 5th graders are loving it! The next read aloud will be A Long Way from Chicago also written by Richard Peck.
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Awesome Book
Old 09-22-2011, 06:57 PM
 
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I read Transall Saga by: Gary Paulsen. The book is wonderful because it is an author they have heard of but a story they have never read. The kids hang on the edge of their seats until the very last page!
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Great Book
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I always start my year with "The Top 10 Ways to Ruin the First Day of 5th Grade"...also titled "The Top 10 Ways to Ruin the First Day of School". My kids always get a kick out of this and beg me daily to continue reading to them.
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Old 09-23-2011, 05:55 PM
 
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I'm reading NERDS (National Espionage Rescue Defense System) by Michael Buckley. The kids are loving it and there are 2 more that follow it!
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New Common Core suggested read aloud
Old 09-24-2011, 10:38 PM
 
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I just purchased "The Phantom Tollbooth." It was suggested to go with the new common core because of all the word play. I will start it this week with my class.
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maniac magee movie
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Where did you find the maniac magee movie. I read the book with my sixth graders and haven't been able to find it. Can you help?
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Wringer!!
Old 09-26-2011, 06:37 PM
 
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I have read Wringer (Jerry Spinelli) every year and they love it. This year I suggested it to the new 5th grade teacher and her class loved it.
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Read Aloud
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No Talking is a great book to read aloud. Kids attempt to do what the class in the book has done and it makes for a very quiet room!!
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Spy X Series
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I am finishing reading the first book of the Spy X Series by Peter Lerangis called The Code. It is an older series published by Scholastic in 2003. The students love the code breaking and action that takes place in the book. I plan to read only the first book of the series, then let them read the other books in the series on their own.
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When You Reach Me
Old 09-29-2011, 05:56 AM
 
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Hi, I posted this in the Reading board, but maybe someone in this thread can help! I'm currently student teaching 5th grade until mid-December. I was starting to plan for my next read aloud. One of the books I'm considering is "When You Reach Me" by Rebecca Stead. Has anyone used that before as their read aloud? If so, any materials you used and would be willing to share would be greatly appreciated!! I like to teach the reading concepts throughout the read aloud, and I have some questions and ideas in mind for this book but not a lot. I just don't have enough time to go through this one as thoroughly as I did for the last one so again, I really appreciate any help!!
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Love Clements!
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#wordsmith: I love Andrew Clements! I was debating doing "Frindle" as a read aloud, but so many have already read it. Only one has read "No Talking." Do you have any materials or guides you used during your read aloud with it? This is another I would consider doing next with the kids!!
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Great books for 5th graders
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I've come to find that even though the book is written from the perspective of a kindergartener, anything Junie B. Jones the students love. It's funny and had the students laughing. Laughter definitely gets the juices flowing and takes away the monotony of the school day. Also, I read through a few other posts and Bridge to Terabithia is always an exciting book for 5th graders. It's incredibly detailed and sparks the imagination. Students also like Nancy Drew stories...it might be quite an old series, but it still always exciting.
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My 5th graders loved Where the Mountain Meets the Moon. It was a Newberry honor a few years ago. It has neat pieces that fall into place in random chapters where you don't expect them. Beautiful Book! They also loved Things Not Seen by Andrew Clements. It's about a boy who wakes up invisible one day with a mysterious twist. It's the first in a trilogy. They also loved 11 Birthdays by Wendy Mass. It's about a girl who gets trapped in her 11th birthday for several days (Groundhog Day.) There are also now 3 in that series of mysterious happenings in the same town (12 Finally and 13 Gifts.) Fun reads!
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Thanks! Some of those are now read in 4th, but I'll check out the Red Jacket!
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Wow, thanks! Did you have any problems with Things not Seen-I loved it, but felt the grandpa in the freezer was too mature for my kids, so always feared reading it aloud.
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Wow, you guys are awesome! Looks like I have some new titles to check out This was the first time I posted a question & can't believe how many responses I got & can't thank you enough.
I picked up Dolphin's Tale at the store yesterday (for when I finish Hugo Cabret) both are coming out in the movies & I thought they were timely & fun. Can't wait to check out your suggestions!
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To answer the question about this book. My kids loved it, and many went on to read the next two. (I love it when that happens!) What 5th grader doesn't love a guy in the freezer. Not one kid even questioned it. Kids see everything these days. The ONLY problem I had with the book was the giggles when the word "naked" was mentioned.
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I loved it & would expect the goggles for naked, but unfortunately , I'm in a district where many kids are very sheltered & I'd be bound to get a few letters. Sadly, can't, but LOVED the book. (I do recommend it to my top readers who ar emature or I'm comfortable w/ their parents.
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be careful with phantom....the fantasy aspect is great, but the language can be very tricky there are tons of idioms that some students will not get, the humor is almost adult like... at one point he eats a square because he asked for a "square meal" some of my students did not understand the slight humor
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Thanks for that input! I appreciate it.
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Chapter Books for Read-Aloud
Old 10-12-2011, 05:33 PM
 
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Just finished Paddle-to-the-Sea and we're starting Shiloh. Two of my favorites! Al Capone Does My Shirts and Al Capone Shines My Shoes are also fan favorites.
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Thanks, I'm going to check out Paddle to the sea-a new one for me!
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# !Teach: I'm getting ready to assign one of my reading circles "Al Capone Does My Shirts" next week!
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Take Me to the River - an adventure book that appeals to both genders, my kids were so mad when we had to put it down for the day.

The Homework Machine - based on a class of kids in 5th grade, my class loved it, plus there's a sequel, but I haven't read that
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great 5th grade read aloud
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Edward Tulane (I forgot the author)
I finished this back in October and my students are still talking about it in December. The begged me to read it each day and were disappointed on the few days we didn't have time. It is action-packed with good themes about love and caring. The main character (a china rabbit) changes for the better. It also isn't too long that it drags on.
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Must reads for 5th grade include Zach's Lie and Jack's Run by Roland Smith. Amazing books that will totally hook your readers! I have read these for the past several years. Students still come back to visit and talk about these books.
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I loved this read aloud book in 5th grade
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I loved "A wrinkle in time" ! Try it, your kids will love it.
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Best books for Read Aloud
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I taught middle school for many years, and now I am back in 5th grade. Here are my FAVORITE read aloud books...
I Will Always Write Back - a true story of two penpals, one in the US and one in Zimbabwe
Freak the Mighty - a great story about bullying where the underdogs win in the end
Ungifted - Quite a funny story about a boy who is not "gifted" but is mistakenly placed in a gifted school
Any of the I Survived books
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Tuck Everlasting for the Win!
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I just wrapped this book up a couple days ago. I don't know how I am going to match it! It is just one of the best books that I have read and will continue to do this year after year. I really like the lit-circle questions that it provides in the back of the book that helps guide discussion over chapters previously read. I would not suggest reading this until later in the year. The vocabulary used is advanced. I use this as the opportunity to enrich vocabulary for my students and reiterate context clues to help figure out what they mean. This last time, I had a copy ordered for EACH student so that they were able to follow along with me as I read. It was completely engaging and just fantastic! Enjoy this amazing tale!
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