Hit the trail for a dramatic look at Wisconsin's geologic past. Author Scott Spoolman takes readers with him to twenty-eight parks, forests, and natural areas where evidence of the state's striking geologic and natural history are on display. Details below.
Written by Peter Golenbock and illustrated by Paul Lee, Hank Aaron: Brave in Every Way is the story of Aaron's career as a black baseball player in the 1970s, including his record-setting number of home runs. Details below.
Learn about the story of Alice Paul's youth and her efforts for women's right to vote in this children's book, written by Dean Robbins and drawn with beautiful color-pencil illustrations by Nancy Zhang. Details below.
Black Point, a unique late Victorian Queen Anne residence designed by Adolph Cudell and built in 1888, was the summer home of generations of one family until 2005. Now open to the public, with furnishings and decorations virtually intact, the house is a national treasure. This book, written by Anne Celano Frohna, tells the story of the Seipp family and the house at Lake Geneva, Wisconsin. Includes colorized photos. Details below.
In her first novel, Mary T. Carlson skillfully brings two multi-generational and seemingly disparate stories together by the book's end. One story begins with Cornish immigrants who come to southwestern Wisconsin to work in the lead mines during the early 19th Century. The other story begins with the bombing of England during World War II. Details below.