2 edition of They Came to Wisconsin classroom set (New Badger History) found in the catalog.
They Came to Wisconsin classroom set (New Badger History)
September 15, 2003
by Wisconsin Historical Society
Written in English
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Recommended reading for every destination on earth: We found books set in Wisconsin. This companion teacher's guide to "They Came to Wisconsin" offers educators in every setting - classroom, library, and at home - vocabulary lists, objectives, skills.
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Books Set In Wisconsin Books that take place in Wisconsin All Votes Add Books To This List. 1: Little House in the Big Woods (Little House, #1) by. Laura Ingalls Wilder.
avg rating —ratings. score: 1, and 20 people voted. Wisconsin has been a setting for great literature for nearly a century now. Wilder fictionalized her s upbringing in Pepin, Wisconsin, where she lived in the woods with her family. The novel, published in and the first of the immensely popular Little House series, is an American classic, and a worthwhile look at life in frontier Wisconsin.
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Fantastic Farm Machines Educator Guide Wisconsin dairy farmer and acclaimed author Peterson introduces readers to 12 big pieces of farm machinery that help get the job done.As the book opens during a blizzard, you might think the author wrote about one of our recent never-ending winters, but it’s set during a very cold, dark and desperate Wisconsin winter.
The word ‘frozen’ appears frequently throughout the book in regards to the landscape, characters, and weather.