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Illustrated by Beth Harrison Schneider. Jacobs, Lily. The Littlest Bunny in Wisconsin. Illustrated by Robert Dunn. Sourcebooks Jabberwocky, Follow Flop on this rhyming adventure as he delivers eggs across the state with stops at Miller Field and the Madison Public Library, but still makes it home in time to celebrate Easter morning with his new family.
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James, Eric. A Halloween Scare in Wisconsin. Illustrated by Marina Le Ray. A young boy looks out his window to see zombies, vampires, and mummies having a wild Halloween party in the streets, and gets quite a scare when he realizes the party has reached his own living room. Joosse, Barbara. Illustrated by Jon Van Zyle. Chronicle, After giving it some thought, Lewis's father decides to fill up his own wagon with goods such as nails and calico and head west on the Santa Fe Trail to sell them.
And, best of all, he decides Lewis is old enough to be of help.
Much as he misses Mama and his Wisconsin home, Lewis loves the time he gets to spend with Papa and the other traders in their wagon train. Every other double-page spread includes a small map that shows their progress, as the wagon train face challenges such as heat, river crossings and a buffalo stampede. Through it all, Lewis and Papa grow closer in this story of a warm father-and-son relationship. Sleeping Bear Press, When exploring the Historic Third Ward the cousins sample a Milwaukee favorite, cheese curds, which are described as tasting like "melted sunshine".
LaMarche, Jim. The Raft. HarperCollins, He soon realizes that his grandparent is marvelously unconventional in unexpected ways. Being a solitary artist among her other gifts and talents as an independent spirit, Grandma allows Nicky to ease into what he will enjoy in his own way. When he learns to pole the raft, Nicky notices faded images of birds and animals on it. He begins to realize the variety of wildlife moving nearby in the water and along the shore by day and also by night.
Later on, his grandma provides art materials so the boy can sketch what he observes. LaMarche grew up in Wisconsin and had the pleasure of a similar experience while he was a boy. His exquisite paintings illustrating this handsome, singular story evoke a quiet, secluded Wisconsin river during summertime and encourage more than one type of observation.
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Carrie and the Apple Pie. Midwest Traditions, With the help of her new friend Fawn, a Menominee Indian girl, Carrie learns to move on with her life. This is the second book about Carrie, whose story began in Carrie and the Crazy Quilt. Carrie and the Boarding House. McLernon, Carol March.
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Overlooking Stoneybrook. Story and photos by Carol March McLernon. Things change when Annie's brother becomes ill and Annie's father asks her to help him with his mail route.
A sudden rain storm that hits while she is driving her father's wagon back home alone allows her to discover her own strength. An easy-to-read historical story about a family living in the Cornish mining community of New Diggins, Wisconsin. String of Hope. Oxen Books, After being accused of stealing, Louisa attempts to escape from the fort with the help of her friends. Oliver, Andrew. Adams Pomeroy Press, Two determined twelve-year-olds, Sam and Stephanie, set out to unscramble these mysteries with their proven detective skills.
Schaefer, Laura. The Secret Ingredient. Includes Annie's blog posts with recipes for scones and other teatime treats. Schatz, Ellie. Color Me Purple. Illustrated by Donna J. Ellie Books, Upset that her friend Kennedy is being teased for winning the spelling bee, Angie brings her concerns to her grandma, who helps Angie identify the different ways in which her classmates are smart.
Text boxes interspersed throughout the story provide information about the psychological theory of multiple intelligences. Ages 7-adult.
Smith, Jennifer E. The Storm Makers. Illustrated by Brett Helquist. Little, Brown. Now money's tight, Ruby doesn't quite fit in at her new school, and, worst of all, her twin brother Simon, with whom she's always been close, is growing increasingly distant. As the worst drought in years grips the Midwest, Simon, with Ruby's help, must use his new-found powers to avert a climate catastrophe.
Waboose, Jan Bourdeau. Morning on the Lake. Illustrated by Karen Reczuch. In the morning on the lake in a birchbark canoe, they see a family of loons; hiking up a cliff at noon, they see an eagle; and walking through the forest at night, they see a pack of wolves. The boy is initially frightened by each sight but he follows the example of his grandfather and stays perfectly quiet and still. After each animal has passed, Mishomis interprets cultural messages for the boy, thereby teaching him about his heritage.
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Together, Hope and her aunt Addie have traveled all over the country to work in different diners, where Addie cooks delicious food and Hope serves it. After an exciting stint in Brooklyn, N. Hope doesn't know what to expect, but like always, she looks forward to the adventure. Bauer, Marion Dane.