Realistic Fiction for Children
Recommended realistic fiction for children. Realistic fiction resembles real life, and consists of stories that could have actually happened.
Third-grader Amber's best friend Justin is getting ready to move to a distant state.
Ramona invites her entire kindergarten class over one rainy day, without telling her mother! This hilarious book will captivate you.
Meet Archer as he narrates his life, starting with a disastrous wedding at age six and concluding with sixth grade.
Every week, Isabella alternates between her divorced white mom and black dad, who have completely different lifestyles.
A courageous young Afghan girl pretends to be a boy in order to support her family.
Ten-year-old Leigh confides his troubles in letters to his favorite author.
Sixth-grader Ally's greatest fear is that everyone will find out that she still doesn't know how to read.
A champion troublemaker, Nick decides to invent a new word to torment his teacher.
After receiving a letter from her incarcerated father, whom she's never met, Zoe sets out to prove his innocence.
Vivy won't let anything stop her from playing baseball, not when she has a major-league star as her pen pal.
Harriet keeps notes on her classmates and neighbors in a secret book.
Wanda wears the same faded dress to school every day but claims to have a hundred dresses at home.
Hyperactive Joey is always disappointing the adults in his life, but he can't really help it.
Robbie is determined to stay out of trouble so she does not worry her grandfather, whose memory is failing.
Lupe wants to meet her favorite pitcher, Fu Li Hernandez, but must first ace all her classes, including square dancing.
After his parents die, Jeffrey Lionel Magee's life becomes legendary as he accomplishes athletic and other feats.
In this novel inspired by Little Women, Pakistani American Jameela Mirza lives with her family in Atlanta, Georgia.