Northeast Region Map

NE Region Documents-Worksheets, Study Guides and Assessments

Northeast Region Webquests

Northeast Region Video Introduction

The Northeast Region Podcast

Tour of the Northeast

Northeast Region Video

A Sampling of Northeast Region Resources Available in the LMC


My America: A Poetry Atlas of the United States Simon and Schuster Books, 2000. Selected by Lee Bennett Hopkins. 

Call No.: 811.008 Mya. A collection of poems evocative of seven geographical regions of the United States, including the Northeast, Southeast, Great Lakes, Plains, Mountain, Southwest, and Pacific Coast States.

It's Cool to Learn about the United States. Northeast (Series: Social Studies Explorer) Cherry Lake Pub., 2012. Vicky Franchino. 

Call No.: 974 Fra. Learn about the history and culture of the northeastern United States.

The Natural Environment of the Northeast AV2 by Weigl, 2015. Blaine Wiseman. 

Call No.: 508.74 Wis. Explores the Northeast region of the United States, looking at the major landmarks, biomes, ecosystems, and animals. Includes a related activity and quiz.

The Northeast (Series: Regions of the U.S.A.) - The Childs World, 2014. Rebecca Felix. 

Call No.: 974 Fel. Examines the Northeastern region of the United States, including the geography, climate, wildlife, history, economy, and more.

The Northeast (Series: True Book) -  Children's Press, 2012. Dana Meachen Rau. 

Call No.: 974 Rau. Discusses the history, people, animals, resources and economy of the American Northeast. Includes biographical references and index.

What's in the Northeast? (Series: All Around the U.S.) Crabtree Pub., 2012. Lynn Peppas. 

Call No.: 974 Pep. Examines the geography, history, climate, and natural resources of the American Northeast, and discusses the cultural characteristics of northeastern people. Includes photographs, maps, and statistics.


The Northeast - Schlessinger Media, 2004.  Cynthia Lin.

Call No.: AV 917.4 DVD. Miguel tours the states of America's northeast region, stopping in big cities such as Philadelphia and Boston as well as rural areas, and learns about the region's history, culture, natural resources, and industries, visiting with a lobster fisherman, sampling the region's famous foods, and getting a demonstration of how maple syrup is produced.