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With more than 65,000 square miles within its borders, the great state of Wisconsin is not a small state, but it is often overlooked for some of the flashier states in the nation.
But don’t let that deter you!
The Badger State has contributed more than its fair share to the country over the years and we’re going to cover how they’ve done that with the latest addition to our Explore: USA state studies.
Wisconsin State Study
Known by numerous nicknames, the state of Wisconsin has a reason for each and every one of them and as part of this state study, we’re going to take a look at all of them!
But beyond their nicknames, they’re also known for everything from cattle and mining to authors and activists, so we’ll have plenty to learn about!
Wisconsin Books for Kids
B is for Badger: A Wisconsin Alphabet by Kathy-Jo Wargin
ABC’s of Wisconsin by Dori Hillestad Butler
The Legend of Wisconsin by Kathy-Jo Wargin
W is for Wisconsin by Dori Hillestad Butler
Native People of Wisconsin by Patty Loew
Mitt & Minn at the Wisconsin Cheese Jamboree by Kathy-Jo Wargin