Suggested Graphic Novels for Fourth Grade

 

Looking for a good read in a comic book format? Try checking out one of these daring graphic novels. Books are suggested for Fourth Grade, but remember that each reader is different, and might find something interesting at another level.

City of secrets by artist Victoria Ying

Since his father's death, Ever Barnes has secretly been in charge of an amazing mechanical building but now, ruffians are after him and his new friend Hannah, the building owner's spunky daughter.

Click by artist Kayla Miller
Also available in: e-book

When a school variety show leaves Olive stranded without an act to join, she wonders why all of her friends have already formed their own groups without her.

Cub by illustrator Cynthia L Copeland
Also available in: e-book

Author and artist Cindy Copeland comes of age, discovers new talents, and finds her voice as a cub reporter at her local newspaper during the Watergate era.

Also available in: e-book

 

Eleven-year-old Diana, the gangly, sometimes clumsy, only child on the island of Themyscira, struggles to live up to the high Amazonian standards and longs for someone her own age whom she can talk to.

Also available in: e-book

When Phoebe meets a unicorn named Marigold who grants her one wish, Phoebe wishes Marigold would become her best friend, and the two set off on adventures big and small.

Primer by Jennifer Muro
Also available in: e-book

While living with her latest set of foster parents, Ashley Rayburn mistakenly applies some found body paints which give her a wide range of special powers, but soon the military discovers what happened to their secret weapon and this puts Ashley and her newfound family and friends in danger.

Short & skinny by artist Mark Tatulli

Recounts the author's experiences in the summer after seventh grade, in which he tries to bulk up his skinny physique using miracle cures found in the back of his comic books.

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This list is great, I cannot wait to share with my daughter. Thank you