Books about Ohio

Last week’s post about the Wright Brothers got us thinking about some other books about Ohio. Here is a list of books set or about Ohio. Each one deals with Ohio in a different way. We wanted to do some not so obvious and ones you might not think of or maybe you do. So different and not so different. Each one is probably available at your local bookstore or library.

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Ohio: The History of a People

Andrew R. L. Cayton

This is a good book about the people of Ohio

 

 

 

 

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Any book by Neil Zurcher. He wrote lots of great travel books on places in Ohio.

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Homer Price

Homer Price

Robert McCloskey

This a book with six episodes about Homer Price, it takes place in Ohio. This a great kids or young adult book. Adults can read it also, so do not worry.

 

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The Adventures of Captain Underpants

David Pilkey

We have seen this book everywhere and one of use just has never read it. Never knew it was set in Ohio.

Here is what wikipedia says:

The series revolves around two fourth graders, George Beard and Harold Hutchins, living in Piqua, Ohio, and Captain Underpants, an aptly named superhero from one of the boys’ homemade comic books,

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Captain_Underpants

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DAYTON : Through Time

Dayton: Through Time

Curt Dalton

I think the name explains it all.

 

 

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indexB is for Buckeye

by Schonberg (Author), Bruce Langton (Illustrator)

Great alphabet book that deals with Ohio.

 

 

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*All images were taken from Dayton Metro Library or Wikipedia.

We are not endorsing or have been contact by the authors or publishers, we just like the books. We also have not  been contacted by any libraries, we just like going to the library.

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