Topic | Ohio Living History Books

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  • Brianna
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    Hello! I apologize if this has discussed before but I can’t really find anything in the forum. Does anyone have a good list of living history books based in Ohio? My dd is 7 and in 2nd grade. Thanks!

    Sue
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    It’s been awhile since we studied Ohio history, and both times we did it through a co-op.  This was back when my youngest (now 10th grade) was in 3rd grade and again in 7th grade, and I didn’t personally choose the materials.

    However, in an attempt to look back on books we’ve read that included Ohio history, I found a couple of resources you might check out.  This blog is geared toward teaching geography, but there are some living history books listed.  Another blog lists a few books for each of the 50 states.  If you scroll down, you’ll find Ohio.

    Also, I do recall reading The Wright Brothers by George Sullivan during our Modern History module.  You can find more information about this book in the SCM Bookfinder.

    Tristan
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    We have two books by Rick Sowash we like for Ohio.  Critters, Flitters, and Spitters: 24 Amazing Ohio Animal Tales  and  Heroes of Ohio: 23 True Tales of Courage and Character.  He also has an Ohio tall tales book I’ve not come across to read yet: Ripsnorting Whoppers: Humor from America’s Heartland.

    Brianna
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    Thank you! That’s all very helpful. 🙂

     

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