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The Wisconsin Almanac
By Jerry Minnich. Great-grandpa and grandma turned to their almanac for practical wisdom and wholesome entertainment. The NEW Wisconsin Almanac brings you the same information, advice and fun that gardeners and homemakers have relied on for generations - all specially selected for the Badger State! * History and Weather * Gardening Calendar * Household Tips * Trivia Teasers * Cottage Recipes * Strange and Fascinating Facts about the Dairy State. Paperback. 5 1/4" W x 8 1/4" H. 190 pages.
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· Item ID: 838

The Wisconsin Dells
A Completely Unauthorized Guide By James Laabs. Which motel for you? Which attractions? Which restaurants? This is the only unauthorized guide to the Wisconsin Dells, the upper Midwest's family playground. Jim Laabs and his research team rate hundreds of motels, attractions, and restaurants, telling which are the best values for families with teens or toddlers, for romance-seeking couples, for seniors. With this independent book, you'll learn: how to plan your trip for peak enjoyment, how to get biggest bank for the buck, how to avoid the crowds, how to get special deals and prices, which attractions are for thrill-seekers, which attractions are best for little kids, and how to find everything you need. Paperback. 118 pages. 5 1/2" W x 8 1/2" H.
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· Item ID: 842


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The Wisconsin Garden Guide
By Jerry Minnich. For the past 35 years, thousands of Wisconsin gardeners have relied on the The Wisconsin Garden Guide.

Now for the first time in full color, this revised and updated guide should be your one dependable reference to gardening the Badger State. Whether your garden is in a small backyard or on several acres, you will find just what you need to know to be a successful gardener in Wisconsin’s challenging climate.

Jerry Minnich is THE Wisconsin garden expert. With more than forty years of gardening experience, and as the author of countless books and articles on gardening, there is no better source of information.

Paperback. 8" W x 11" H. 376 pages. Color!
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· Item ID: 1155

Walking Tours of Wisconsin's Historic Towns
By Lucy Rhodes, Elizabeth McBride, and Anita Matcha. Wisconsin is truly blessed with an abundance of towns steeped in characters and carefully preserved, allowing you to experience the romance of the past. There is no better way to do this than to get out of the car and explore them on foot. This book provides thirty-four walking tours through some of Wisconsin's most historic towns and their neighborhoods. You'll find: complete directions and easy-to-follow maps for every walk. Lovely and detailed illustrations. More than 70 photographs showcasing various architectural styles. A list of contacts for additional information on these cities and towns. Paperback. 7" W x 7" H. 124 pages.
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· Item ID: 1154


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Water Panthers, Bears, and Thunderbirds;Exploring the Effigy Mounds of Wisconsin
By Bobbie Malone and Amy Rosebrough. Based on recent archaeological interpretation, this standards-based resource enriches material covered in Native People of Wisconsin by Patty Loew. Water Panthers, Bears, and Thunderbirds introduces young readers to effigy mound sites in five southern Wisconsin counties. Suggested activities encourage students to graph, compare, contrast, and analyze the ways these mound groups vary from county to county. Paperback. 32 pages. B&W maps, charts, student pages. 8 1/2" x 11".
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· Item ID: 307

Winter Trails Wisconsin
By Phil Van Valkenberg. Designed for all levels, from the consummate winter recreational skiers and snowshoers to beginners and families, Winter Trails will lead you to the best places to snowshoe or cross-country ski in Wisconsin. Be it a day trip or a two-hour jaunt, you can enjoy the beauty and peacefulness of the great outdoors in winter with these 51 carefully researched trails. Each outing is described in detail and includes information about the natural landscape, such as distance in miles, trail difficulty, surface quality, and more. New converts to the winter sports of outdoor snowshoeing and cross-country skiing will also find a rundown of proper equipment and clothing suggestions, as well as tips on safety, navigation, and trail etiquette. This helpful guide includes: point-by-point trail directions, detailed trail maps, driving directions to trailheads, rental facilities, food and lodging information as well as local lore and historical facts. Paperback. 192 pages. 5 1/2" W x 8 1/2" H.
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· Item ID: 688


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Wisconsin Curiosities
By Michael Feldman and Diana Cook. In this book popular public radio show host Michael Feldman and coauthor Diana Cook introduce Wisconsin's weirdest, wackiest, and most outrageous people, places, and things including a man who owes his life to a foam rubber cheesehead, a worm that plays basketball, and the best place to savor chicken in a hubcap. With Wisconsin Curiosities, popular public radio show host Michael Feldman brings his "deliciously sarcastic" perspective to the subject of his home state. Together with coauthor Diana Cook, he’s combed Wisconsin for more than 125 of the weirdest, wackiest, most outrageous people, places, and things the Badger State has to offer. You’ll meet the world’s largest talking cow, a man who converted a pickup truck into a tree house, and a man who holds the world’s record in cricket spitting. You’ll learn how Highway H becomes 2.5 miles longer in winter, where to find part of the Great Wall of China, and how a fifty-five-ton boulder ended up in the master bedroom of a house. You’ll experience a game of baseball on snowshoes, the Parade of Beef at the annual Beef- A-Rama festival, and National Mustard Day at the Mustard Museum.
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· Item ID: 290

Wisconsin Golf Getaways
By Jeff Mayers and Jerry Poling. From tee to fairway to green, Wisconsin Golf Getaways is the authoritative guide to golfing in and around the Badger State. Featuring nearly 200 Wisconsin courses and a select few from nearby states, Golf Getaways provides descriptions of course layouts and conditions, advice on playing individual holes, even historical information for many courses. The book also includes information on par, slope, rating, fees, and driving directions for every course. Maps and photos are also included, as well as information on other fun activities you and your family can enjoy. Paperback. 6" W x 9" H. 315 pages.
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· Item ID: 840


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Wisconsin Land and Life, A geographic exploration of Wisconsin
Edited by Robert C. Ostergren and Thomas R. Vale. A North Coast Book. Rolling green hills dotted with Holstein cows, red barns, and blue silos. The Great Lakes ports at Superior, Ashland, and Kenosha. A Polish wedding dance or a German biergarten in Milwaukee. The dappled quiet of the Chequamagon forest. A weatherbeaten but tidy town hall at the intersection of two county trunk highways. Ojibwa families gathering wild rice into canoes. The boat ride through the Dells. The upland ridges of the Driftless Area, falling away into hidden valleys. . . . These are images of Wisconsin's land and life, images that evoke a strong sense of place. This book, Wisconsin Land and Life, is an exploration of place, a series of original essays by Wisconsin geographers that offers an introduction to the state's natural environment, the historical processes of its human habitation, and the ways that nature and people interact to create distinct regional landscapes. To read it is to come away with a sweeping view of Wisconsin's geography and history: the glaciers that carved lakes and moraines; the soils and climate that fostered the prairies and great northern pine forests; the early Native Americans who began to shape the landscape and who established forest trails and river portages; the successive waves of Europeans who came to trade in furs, mine for lead and iron, cut the white pines, establish farms, work in the lumber and paper mills, and transform spent wheatfields into pasture for dairy cattle. Paperback. 626 pages. 68 B&W photos. 47 maps. 6" x 9".
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· Item ID: 305

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