These Vermont State Books for Kids are sure to please and fascinate your children as they learn all about the state of Vermont.
These books contain so much information about the long and varied history of this great State as well as stories about people from Vermont.
The following Vermont-themed books for kids cover all aspects of the home-school education coin – from picture books to workbooks; from learning to read up to chapter books! Use these books as a way to get kids excited about reading, too!
Teaching kids about Vermont is a lot of fun. There are so many great facts about the state of Vermont that you can easily continue to keep learning even as you get older.
What is the state insect of Vermont?
Fans of bees will be delighted to know that the state insect of Vermont is the honeybee!
What is one silly fact about the state of Vermont that will make someone laugh when you tell them?
The capital city of Montpelier is the smallest state capital by population size out of all the states and is the only town that is a state capital that doesn’t have a McDonald’s!
In New England Vermonters will be welcoming its state alphabet book, titled M is for Maple Syrup. With colorful pages that focus the spotlight on the flora and fauna specific to Vermont (and Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream), the book utilizes a two-tiered educational format where the rhyming verse appeals to younger readers the substantive expository text proves an engaging tool for older students.
Based on the true story of two hundred desperate Irish families fleeing the Great Potato Famine and recruited with unfulfilled promises to build an ill-fated section of the Vermont Central Railroad. Set in New England’s North Woods, the forces of unbridled industry, human tragedy, and re-awakened passion converge in this story of the immigrant experience in 1846.
Elizabeth, Alexis, Bailey, Sydney, Kate, and McKenzie come from different parts of the country and different backgrounds. But when they meet at Camp Discovery, they learn they all share one thing: an aptitude for intrigue! Soon they’re embroiled in a search for lost jewels…and that’s only the beginning!
The Big Vermont Activity Book! 100+ activities, from Kindergarten-easy to Fourth/Fifth-challenging! This big activity book has a wide range of reproducible activities including coloring, dot-to-dot, mazes, matching, word search, and many other creative activities that will entice any student to learn more about Vermont. Activities touch on history, geography, people, places, fictional characters, animals, holidays, festivals, legends, lore, and more.
In 1892, eight-year-old Kitty learns about writing and the world beyond her Dummerston, Vermont, home when she befriends her new neighbor, Rudyard Kipling and his family, who have recently arrived from England.
Good Night Vermont features sugar shacks, snowboarding, Lake Champlain, dairy farms, wildlife, fishing, hiking and camping, rock climbing, country stores, mountain biking, and more. This sugary sweet board book will have children jumping for joy as they tour the scenic state of Vermont and visit some of the region's most celebrated sights and attractions.
In this board book from best-selling children's author-illustrator Martha Day Zschock, a parent and child bear explore the wonders of Vermont. They ski the slopes, gather maple syrup, and hike the Long Trail. They milk dairy cows, and go fishing and kayaking on the rivers and lakes.
Authors Mitchell Zuckoff and Dick Lehr provide a vivid explication of a murder that captivated the nation, as well as dramatic revelations about the forces that turned two popular teenagers into killers. Judgement Ridge conveys a deep appreciation for the lives (and the devastating loss) of Half and Susanne Zantop, while also providing a clear portrait of the killers, their families, and their community –and, perhaps, a warning to any parent about what evil may lurk in the hearts of boys.
One of the most popular misconceptions about American Indians is that they are all the same-one homogenous group of people who look alike, speak the same language, and share the same customs and history. Nothing could be further from the truth! This book gives kids an A-Z look at the Native Americans that shaped their state's history.
I’m Reading About Vermont is a 48-page colorful book that helps students learn what makes Vermont unique. I’m Reading about Vermont helps early readers learn fun and interesting facts about Vermont. The colorful illustrations, bold, vibrant art, kid-friendly text and photographs help bring the state to life.
Young Malian lives contentedly with her parents and extended family in an Abenaki village near Montréal in the mid-eighteenth century. One night, Malian’s life changes abruptly. Silently, her father carries her off to the woods, blanket and all, and orders her to run to their tribe’s winter camp.
Vermont is known for its low rolling mountains and spectacular autumn foliage. Another hallmark of this New England landscape is the sugar maple. Vermont is the leading producer of maple syrup in the United States. This book explores the wild beauty of the Green Mountain State, as well as its history, industries, and culture.
Author Ed Shankman and illustrator Dave O'Neill have created winning books on Boston, Cape Cod, and Maine. Now they turn their attention to Vermont and one of that state's great legends: Champ, the "Monster" of Lake Champlain (a sort of Loch Ness Monster for the Green Mountain State). Champ is seen through the eyes of a likable tomboy, who sets out from her favorite spot by a maple tree and finds herself by the lakeshore.
What's so great about Vermont? Find out the top ten sites to see or things to do in the Green Mountain State! We'll explore Vermont's rustic countryside, popular parks, exciting zoos, and interesting history. The Vermont by Map feature shows where you'll find all the places covered in the book.
Created, illustrated and musically-arranged in Vermont, this read-along, sing-along lullaby story is about Vermont's state animal-The beautiful Morgan horse. Through gently words, soft music and captivating illustrations, Little One...Good Night takes newborns and toddlers-even young readers-through a snowy country landscape to an afternoon nap or a night's sleep.
Nora and Gramp are collecting sap from maple trees to make maple syrup. The horses, Bonnie and Stella, are working hard, too, pulling the heavy sap tank through the snow from tree to tree. This third story about Nora and her grandparents brings the beauty of a Vermont farm in early spring vividly to life.