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Fourth Grade Summer Reading Program
  Fannie W. Fitzgerald Elementary School
    
The purpose of the PWCS Summer Reading Program is to encourage students to enjoy quality literature and to continue developing their independent reading skills. Student participation in the program is voluntary. Students who choose to participate in the program are required to complete a minimum of three books.
Students in Fourth Grade who participate will complete a list of books read. The documentation is to include the name of the author, the title of the book, and a parent or guardian statement that the student has completed the reading.
Fourth Grade students who participate in Prince William County Public Library's Summer Reading Program, the Public Library documentation will apply. Students will receive an extra “A” (100) for each book completed, for a total of three. The summer reading documentation will be submitted by the student by the end of the first week of school.
The following titles are suggestions for summer reading. Other books selected by the student with guidance from a parent/guardian and/or librarian may be used. Participation in the PWC Public Library Summer Reading Program and its documentation is also acceptable.
 

PWCS Fourth Grade Summer Reading Program
Suggested Reading
The following titles are suggestions for summer reading. Other books selected by the student with guidance from a parent/guardian and/or librarian are also acceptable. Participation in the PWC Public Library Summer Reading Program and its documentation are also acceptable.
 
Author Title Pub. Date Annotation
Urban, Linda The Center of Everythin 2013 For Ruby Pepperdine, the center of everything is on the rooftop of Pepperdine Motors, stargazing from the circle of her grandmother Gigi's hug. That's how everything is supposed to be--until it goes spinning out of control. Now Ruby's best friend, Lucy, is mad at her. Her new friendship with Nero is pretty bumpy too. Worst of all, Ruby regrets what happened with Gigi. How Ruby didn't listen. And now it's too late to make things right. But Ruby has one last hope. It all depends on what happens on Bunning Day, when the entire town will hear her read her winning essay. And it all depends on her twelfth birthday wish-- unless she messes that up too.
Uhlberg, Myron A Storm Called Katrina 2011 When flood waters from broken levees submerge their New Orleans neighborhood in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, a young cornet player and his parents evacuate their home and struggle to survive and stay together
Wells, Marcia Eddie Red, Undercover: Mystery on Museum Mile 2014 Sixth-grader Eddie is called on by the NYPD to help bust a gang of art this by using his photographic memory and talent for drawing. First in a series.
Hale, Nathan Nathan Hale’s hazardous Tales: One Dead Spy 2012 Just before Nathan Hale is hung as a spy in Revolutionary War, he tells a British soldier
       
Author Title Pub. Date Annotation
Kelly, Mark Project Blastoff 2015 Twins Mark and Scott Kelly are about to embark on an adventure of epic proportion.
Griffiths, Andy The 13-Story Treehouse 2013 Join Andy and Terry for adventures in their amazing treehouse, complete with bowling alley, see-through swimming pool, lemonade fountain, and man-eating-shark tank! First in a series.
Barnett, Mac and John, Jory The Terrible Two 2015 Two pranksters team up for the greatest prank ever. First in a series.
National Geographic children’s books Weird but True: 300 Outrageous Facts 2010 These facts are outrageous, wacky, funny, weird…and all true! You won’t be able to stop flipping through this incredible book.  First in a series.
       

Prince William County Public Schools
Summer Reading 2015
Documentation Grade 4
 
 
Students in Grade 4 will receive an “A” (100) for each book completed, for a total of three. Please include the name of the author, the title of the book, and a parent or guardian signature stating that the student has completed the reading. 
 
 
Book Title Author
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My student has read the above list of books.
 
 
 
 
Parent or Guardian signature
 
 
**Please note students may also participate in the Prince William County Public Library Summer Quest Program, and the Public Library documentation will apply.  
 
 
 
Student’s Name Classroom Teacher
 

 
 

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