Laughter is truly the best medicine, and what better way to laugh for kids than reading a funny book?
In this blog post, we’ll explore the 29 Best Funny Books For 4th Graders.
The funny books mentioned in this post are based on comprehensive research and reviews and are considered some of the Funny Books For 4th Graders.
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Overview Of The 29 Best Funny Books For 4th Graders
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In “Awful Auntie” by David Walliams, meet Stella, a young girl who finds herself in the care of her terrible Aunt Alberta after the loss of her parents. Determined to claim her inheritance, Aunt Alberta creates wicked plans to take over the family estate, Saxby Hall. However, Stella isn’t ready to surrender it. With the help of a friendly ghost and her friend, Stella sets out on a journey to reclaim her home from her awful aunt.
“Mr. Stink” by David Walliams introduces Chloe, a kind-hearted girl who befriends a smelly, homeless man named Mr. Stink. Despite his smell, Chloe forms a friendship with him. As she invites Mr. Stink to stay in her family’s garden shed, their bond grows, and Chloe discovers there’s more to Mr. Stink than meets the nose. This story highlights the importance of empathy and kindness.
“The Terrible Two” by Jory John introduces Miles, a prankster known for his clever tricks. When he moves to a new town, he plans to reign as the top prankster at the Academy. However, upon arrival, he discovers another prankster, Niles, already holds that title. Instead of becoming rivals, the two formed an unexpected partnership. As they challenge each other, their friendly competition evolves into a laughable adventure.
In “Sunny Rolls the Dice” by Jennifer L. Holm, Sunny starts middle school and enjoys playing games with new friends, While her friend Deb focuses on fashion and boys. Sunny learns that trying to be cool can be stressful and it’s more fun to just be yourself. Follow Sunny on her funny journey to find her happiness.
“The Super Life of Ben Braver” by Marcus Emerson introduces us to Ben Braver, an ordinary kid. Ben attends a school for kids with superpowers, while he doesn’t have any powers himself. Despite this, he discovers he might be the only one able to stop a supervillain who threatens the school. With humor, action, and unexpected friendships, Ben navigates a world of heroes and villains, proving that courage and determination are superpowers of their own.
In “Art Attacks!” by Chad Sell, Mike steals an old hat and causes trouble when her friend, Levi, accidentally takes an old baby instead of returning the hat. The Art Institute of Chicago becomes a battlefield. Drew worries about being blamed, but with her art club, she must save the museum and its masterpieces. Join Drew on this exciting adventure filled with art, mishaps, and the power of friendship.
Jacky Ha-Ha by James Patterson, follows the life of Jacky Ha-Ha, a funny girl who has a unique ability to make people laugh. However, she hides a secret from others. Despite her struggles, Jacky uses humor as a shield, earning her the nickname “Jacky Ha-Ha.” Along the way, Jacky forms meaningful friendships and navigates complex family dynamics.
“I Funny” by James Patterson, follows the life of Jamie, a funny middle school student with dreams of becoming a stand-up comedian. The story revolves around Jamie’s passion for comedy, despite the challenges he faces in his everyday life. Jamie has a unique perspective on the world, using humor as a tool to navigate his experiences as a wheelchair-bound student. With the support of his loving family and his determined spirit, Jamie sets out to conquer the world of comedy.
“Invisible Stanley” by Jeff Brown. Stanley wakes up one morning to find himself invisible. From that moment on, his life takes a turn. Stanley discovers the ups and downs of being invisible and facing funny situations along the way. Whether he’s using his newfound power to help others, Stanley’s invisible adventures are sure to captivate kids.
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“How to Be Cool in the Third Grade” by Betsy Duffey. This book follows the journey of Robbie, a third-grader who is determined to be cool and popular. Robbie is excited to start third grade and believes that being cool is the key to making friends. With the help of his older brother, he learns about the latest trends and tries various strategies to be cool. Through Robbie’s funny adventures and challenges, kids will laugh and learn important lessons about friendship and self-acceptance.
Cat Kid Comic Club by Dav Pilkey, Follows the adventures of a group of funny and talented baby frogs as they learn to express themselves through the art of cartoons.
Check out The Cat Kid Comic Club Collection for more funny adventures.
The Last Kids on Earth by Max Brallier, follows a group of kids and their monster buddies as they hang out in the tree house, Jack starts telling an exciting story about one of his thrilling adventures in a world after an apocalypse. After he finishes, everyone wants to share their own stories to impress each other. The kids entertain the group with funny stories of their action-packed adventures during the monster-zombie apocalypse.
“Frindle” by Andrew Clements, follows Nick, a student who is very creative at school. He learns how words are created and decides to make his own word, “frindle” for a pen. His friends start using it, and soon, everyone in town is saying it. Nick’s teacher, Mrs. Granger, isn’t happy and wants him to stop. This funny story shows how one student’s creative idea can make a big change.
“Dog Days” by Jeff Kinney. Follows Greg Heffley, who is looking forward to a long vacation from school. Greg’s mom encourages him to go outside and enjoy the summer, but he prefers the indoors, where he can play video games. As the days pass, Greg’s summer turns into a series of funny and relatable adventures.
“In ‘Mrs. Smith’s Spy School for Girls’ by Beth McMullen, Abigail’s plan to leave boarding school goes wrong. Then she finds out the school is actually a spy training place called The Center. Abigail learns her missing mom was a top spy there. She teams up with classmates and learns to spy. This book is all about secrets and a fun adventure!
“In ‘The Worst Class Trip Ever’ by Dave Barry, Wyatt and his classmates go on a trip to Washington, D.C. But things get crazy when Wyatt hears about a plan to blow up the White House. With his friends Matt and Suzana, Wyatt jumps into an adventure to stop the bad guys. They face problems and try to stop the plan before it’s too late.
“In ‘My Weirder-est School’ by Dan Gutman, Ella Mentry School is excited for a science fair! A.J. and his friends are all set for experiments with the help of a scientist named Dr. Snow. But things get mysterious when they wonder what Dr. Snow is doing. They’re also trying to understand science experiments. Join A.J. and his buddies on this adventure filled with fun and twists!
In “Ben Braver and the Incredible Exploding Kid” by Marcus Emerson, Ben faces the challenge of fitting in at a secret school for students with special abilities. Despite previously saving the academy, Ben struggles with his own lack of superpowers. As his classmates’ abilities grow stronger, Ben grapples with hiding his weaknesses. With enemies looming, Ben must decide whether to risk everything to become the superhero he’s always wanted to be.
“Pippi Longstocking” by Astrid Lindgren introduces readers to the adventurous Pippi, a red-haired girl. Living in Villa with her pet monkey and horse, Pippi leads a unique life, full of fun and mischief. Her wild imagination and nature lead to thrilling adventures and captivate readers.
“Cosmic” by Frank Cottrell Boyce follows the adventures of Liam, a boy who looks much older than his age. When he accidentally finds himself on a rocket led to space, Liam pretends to be the adult of a group of kids, embarking on a cosmic journey. Facing challenges and unexpected twists, Liam and his fellow space travelers navigate through the massiveness of space while discovering friendship and the importance of teamwork.
“Allergic to Girls, School, and Other Scary Things” by Lenore Look introduces us to Alvin, a second grader with a unique set of fears. Despite his fears of school, girls, and a variety of other scary things, Alvin navigates life with a deep imagination and a weird sense of humor. Through a series of humorous adventures, Alvin shares his struggles and victories as he faces his fears and discovers the courage within himself.
“Dipper’s and Mabel’s Guide to Mystery and Nonstop Fun!” by Disney Book Group, follows Dipper and Mabel. With a blend of humor and adventure, readers follow them as they uncover hidden codes and secrets, and discover the mysteries within the town.
“House of Many Ways” by Diana Wynne Jones introduces Charmain Baker, who looks after her great-uncle’s house, hoping for a peaceful time. But the house is full of magic, and soon, a lost dog and a young magician show up. Charmain gets swept into a journey to find the Elfgift, facing a dangerous creature and saving the kingdom.
“Stick Cat: A Tail of Two Kitties” by Tom Watson follows Stick Cat and his friend Edith on a thrilling adventure. The duo faces a dangerous situation in a nearby building. Strange noises and crashing sounds leave a man trapped on the 23rd floor. To rescue him, Stick Cat and his friend Edith use their unique talent to save the man.
“World’s Worst Time Machine” by Dustin Brady takes Liam on a wild adventure. When Liam tries to bring Thomas Edison for a school project from the past using a time machine, things get mixed up. Instead, a boy from the past named “Tommy Twinkles” shows up. This Tommy wants to be a gangster and plans to rob a bank! Liam’s parents vanish because of the time machine’s mistake, so Liam asks his friend Elsa for help. Now, Liam and Elsa must fix the mess.
“In ‘Hatchamob’ by Pixel Ate, Ellie lives in a village where she’s fascinated by special creatures called Hatchamobs. But her parents won’t let her have one. One night, Ellie’s pet fox becomes a Hatchamob by accident. With her friend Ridge and their Hatchamobs, they go on an adventure to find her parents’ mysterious past. It’s a story about friendship, mysteries, and solving problems.
In “Captain Underpants and the Sensational Saga” by Dav Pilkey, George and Harold switch between school and playing games secretly. But things get chaotic when their gym teacher, Mr. Meaner, uses mind control to make everyone act perfect. Now, it’s up to the boys to fix things and bring back their friends’ real personalities.
In “Fairest of All” by Sarah Mlynowski, two siblings find themselves transported into Snow White’s fairy story after a weird incident with a mirror. Determined to change the story’s outcome, they interfere to stop Snow White from eating the poisoned apple, believing they are heroes. Now faced with the task of navigating through challenges, the siblings handle the unforeseen consequences.
Be sure to check out the Whatever After Book Series.
“Lost Treasure of the Emerald Eye” is a thrilling adventure in the “Geronimo Stilton” series. Join Geronimo Stilton, a mouse, as he embarks on an exciting journey. When Geronimo’s sister, Thea, finds a mysterious map of a hidden treasure, the adventure begins! They travel to an island, facing traps, pirates, and unexpected challenges along the way. As they find clues and navigate through dangerous situations, the race to find the Emerald Eye’s lost treasure becomes an adventure filled with excitement and discovery.
The funny books recommended in this list have been thoroughly researched and reviewed, and are considered some of the best Funny Books For 4th Graders. While I may not have personally read all of these books, they have been highly recommended by other readers.
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