Great Minds, Great Lakes
- The Journey of the Lake Guardian
- The Lake Guardian Explores Lake Superior
- Investigating Lake Huron
- The Journey Continues on Lake Michigan
- The Lake Guardian Travels the Length of Lake Erie
- The End of the Journey, Lake Ontario
Resources Used in Creating Great Minds, Great Lakes
Acid Rain: A Sourcebook for Young People, Christine G. Miller and Louise A. Berry, Julian Messner, 1986.
Five-Year Program Strategy for
the Great Lakes National Program Office, U.S. Environmental Protection
Agency, Great Lakes National Program Office.
Ghost Ships of the Great Lakes, Dwight Boyer, Dood, Mead and Company, 1968.
The Great Lakes, Harlan Hatcher, Oxford University Press, 1944.
The Great Lakes: An Environmental
Atlas and Resource Book, Environment Canada and United States Environmental
Protection Agency, 1988.
The Great Lakes in My World,
Lake Michigan Federation, K-8m 1.312.939.0838
Great Lakes: Shipwrecks and Survivals, William Ratigan, WM. B. Eerdmans Publishing Company, 1977.
A Pictorial History of the Great Lakes, Harlan Hatcher and Erich A. Walter, Crown Publishers, Inc., 1963.
Shipwrecks of the Lakes, Dana Thomas Bowoen, Freshwater Press, Inc., 1974.
View of the Earth, an Introduction to Geology, John J. Fagan, Holt, Rinehart, and Winston, 1965.
Materials, and Directories
Books, Instructional Materials, and Directories
Great Lakes Environmental Software
Co-operative Games for People Who Love to Play, Public Focus, guide book, all ages, 1.416.967.5211
Our Great Lakes Connection:
A Curriculum Guide of Grades Kindergarten Through Eight, University
of Wisconsin Extension, Environmental Research Center, lessons and activities,
Directory of Acid Rain and Air
Quality Materials, National Park Service, Midwest Regional Office,
all ages, 1.402.221.3431.
Directory of Great Lakes Educational
Materials, Great Lakes Science Advisory Board, International
Joint Commission, 1.313.226.2170
The Enduring Great Lakes: A Natural History Book, John Rousmaniere, ed., W.W. Norton & Company, 1979.
The Great Lakes, Harbor House Publishing, coloring book, preschool - grades 4, 1.616.582.2814.
Great Lakes Agreement Information
Kit, International Joint Commission, Great Lakes Regional Office,
pamphlets and activities, all ages, 1.313.226.2170.
US Environmental Protection Agency
Great Lakes Education Speakers Bureau Directory, Great Lakes
Commission, experts available to visit classrooms, 1.313.665.9135.
The Great Lakes Region in Children's Books: A Selected Annotated Bibliography, Green Oaks Press Publishers, 1980.
Great Lakes Ships and Shipping: Current Sources of Information, John Greenwood, 1958.
Great Lakes Toxic Hotspots,
Pollution Probe Foundation, posters, all ages, 1.416.926.1907.
Oceanic Education Activities
for Great Lakes, Ohio Sea Grant Education Program, Activities and
teachers guide, kindergarten - grade 4, 1.614.292.1078.
Paddle-to-the-Sea, Holling CLancy Holling, Houghton Mifflin Company, 1969. (Free rental of VHS video available from US Fish and Wildlife Service 1.612.725.3582.
Wetlands Are Wonderful,
Illinois-Indiana Sea Grant Program, teacher resource, all ages, 1.217.333.9448.
Place to Write and Visit
of Environmental Information
46 Prince Street, Rochester NY 14607 1.716.271.3550
Lakes Historical Society
480 Main Street, Vermillion, OH 44089 1.216.967.3467
Great Lakes Regional Office, PO Box 32869, Detroit, MI 48232
Lake Michigan Federation
559 E. Van Buren Street, Suite 2215, Chicago IL 60605
National Wildlife Federation
Great Lakes Natural Resource Center
506 E. Liberty, Second Floor, Ann Arbor, MI 448104
United States Environmental Protection
Great Lakes National Program Office
77 W. Jackson Boulevard, Chicago IL 60604
1.800.621.8431. (From IN, MI, MN, OH, WI, IL)
1.312.353.2072 (Chicago and other parts of US)
Manitowoc Maritime Museum in Manitowoc
75 Maritime Drive