Third Grade

Adler, David. Cam Jansen and the Chocolate Fudge Mystery.
When Cam Jansen and her friend Eric uncover a mystery while selling fudge door-to-door, Cam uses her photographic memory to foil a crime.

Blume, Judy. Freckle Juice.
Andrew desperately wants freckles, so he tries a recipe for freckle juice.

Brown, Jeff. Stanley, Flat Again!
After Stanley Lambchop goes flat once again, he uses his flatness to help win a sailboat race and to rescue a classmate from a collapsed building. Look for Flat Stanley, too.

Catling, Patrick. The Chocolate Touch.
A boy acquires a magical gift that turns everything his lips touch into chocolate.

Christopher, Matt. Jackrabbit Goalie.
Anxious to make friends in a new town, a young boy lies about his experience as a goalie in order to get onto the local soccer team.

Cleary, Beverly. Henry and the Paper Route.
Henry decides that a paper route would be a fun and important job. He meets Ramona along the way.

Clements, Andrew. Jake Drake, Know-It-All.
Jake is determined to win the third grade science fair not only because of the grand prize, but also to beat the annoying class know-it-alls.

Clements, Andrew. The Landry News.
A fifth-grader starts a newspaper with an editorial that prompts her burnt-out classroom teacher to really begin teaching again.

Conford, Ellen. A Case for Jenny Archer.
After reading three mysteries in a row, Jenny becomes convinced that the neighbors across the street are up to no good and decides to investigate.

Danziger, Paula. Amber Brown Goes Fourth.
Entering fourth grade, Amber faces some changes in her life as her best friend moves away and her parents divorce.

Estes, Eleanor. The Hundred Dresses.
In winning a medal she is no longer there to receive, a quiet Polish girl teaches her classmates a lesson

Hesse, Karen. Sable.
Tate Marshall is delighted when a stray dog turns up in the yard one day, but Sable, causes trouble with the neighbors and has to go.

Howe, James. Bunnicula.
Something is very strange about this rabbit.

Hurwitz, Johanna. Pee-Wee Tales.
Pee-Wee, a pet guinea pig, escapes his cage and explores Central Park, finding exciting people and things.

Kline, Suzy. Herbie Jones and the Class Gift.
Annabelle trusts Herbie Jones and Raymond with the job of picking up the class' gift to their teacher, with problematic results.

Kline, Suzy. Horrible Harry and the Purple People.
Harry has a great imagination. Here, he says that there are invisible purple people in Miss Mackle's classroom. When Miss Mackle, who has been reading Alice in Wonderland, throws a tea party for the class, Harry decides to invite one of the purple people.

Osborne, Mary Pope. High Tide In Hawaii.
When the Magic Tree House whisks Jack and Annie off to Hawaii it's for more than a vacation-they're in search of a fourth kind of magic for Morgan! On the way they help an island community survive a tidal wave and, of course, take some time out to surf

Park, Barbara. Junie B. Jones and Her Big Fat Mouth.
When her kindergarten class has Job Day, Junie B. goes through much confusion and excitement before deciding on the job she likes the best.

Rylant, Cynthia. The Cobble Street Cousins: Some Good News.
Nine-year-old cousins Rosie, Lily, and Tess make a neighborhood newspaper celebrating all their friends in Cobble Street.

Sachar, Louis. Marvin Redpost: A Magic Crystal.
When Marvin Redpost's new friend Casey shares with him her magic crystal that can make wishes come true, things get out of control.

Sachar, Louis. Sideway Stories from Wayside School.
Humorous episodes from the classroom on the thirtieth floor of Wayside School, which was accidentally built sideways with one classroom on each story.

Smith, Robert Kimmel. Chocolate Fever.
Chocolate lovers will identify with Henry Green who eats chocolate wherever and however he wants. What a shock when he breaks out in a rash of brown spots that smell like chocolate!