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They often say that you should never judge a book by its cover and that definitely rings true with the great state of Vermont!
As the next stop on our Explore: USA road trip, we’re going to get to see that even though the Green Mountain State is small, it sure is mighty!
Vermont State Study
When you think of Vermont, most people immediately tend to think of all things maple.
In reality, though, there is so much more to this northeastern state than simple, sugary syrup.
After finding its own identity with its admission to the union on March 4, 1791, the Green Mountain State has consistently produced people that dared to dream big.
And together, in this state study, we’re going to get to learn about it all!
How Teddy Bears are Made: A Visit to the Vermont Teddy Bear Factory by Ann Morris
Knee-deep in Blazing Snow: Growing Up in Vermont by James Hayford
Good Night Vermont by Michael Tougias
M is for Maple Syrup: A Vermont Alphabet by Cynthia Furlong Reynolds
Vermont Nature Guide by Sheri Amsel
The Two Brothers (Vermont Folklife Center Children’s Book Series) by William Jaspersohn
Now, buckle up road trippers!
It’s time to explore the Green Mountain State!