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Iditarod Adventures: Tales from Mushers Along the Trail

by Lew Freedman & Jon Van Zyle Alaska Northwest Books (January 12, 2015)

Features the fascinating careers of Iditarod icons as well as the administrators, volunteers, and classic characters that keep the race "running."


The Kindness Diaries

by Leon Logothesis Reader's Digest (December 30, 2014)

Kindness Diaries is now trending on Netflix!

Follow the inspirational journey of a former stockbroker who leaves his unfulfilling desk job in search of a meaningful life. He sets out from Los Angeles on a vintage...


Universal versus Disney: The Unofficial Guide to American Theme Parks' Greatest Rivalry

by Sam Gennawey Unofficial Guides (October 20, 2014)

Universal Studios never really wanted to get into the theme park business. They wanted to be the anti-Disney. But when forced to do so, they did it in a big way. Despite the fits and starts of multiple owners,...


Portland: A Food Biography

by Heather Arndt Anderson Rowman & Littlefield Publishers (November 13, 2014)

More than just food carts and microbrews, Portland has a story to tell. Its culinary history sings the song of the salmon-people, the pioneers and immigrants, each struggling to make this strange but inviting...


A Traveller¿s Guide to D-Day and the Battle for Normandy

by Carl Shilleto & Mike Tolhurst Interlink Books (July 30, 2014)

A Traveller’s Guide to D-Day and the Battle for Normandy covers the period from June to August 1944 when the Allies stormed ashore, fought their way through the bocage country of Normandy, and eventually broke...


Flagler's St. Augustine Hotels: The Ponce de Leon, the Alcazar, and the Casa Monica

by Thomas Graham Pineapple Press (March 01, 2004)

Near the end of the nineteenth century Standard Oil millionaire Henry Morrison Flagler ventured to St. Augustine, Florida, America's Oldest City, and transformed it into an exotic travel destination for the...


Historic Homes of Florida

by Laura Stewart & Susanne Hupp Pineapple Press (May 01, 2008)

Houses tell the human side of history. In this survey of restored residences, their stories are intertwined with those of their owners in a domestic history of Florida from the days of Spanish occupation to...


Among the Truthers: A Journey Through America's Growing Conspiracist Underground

by Jonathan Kay HarperCollins e-books (May 17, 2011)

From 9/11 conspiracy theorists and UFO obsessives tothe cult of Ayn Rand and Birthercrusaders, America is suffering from an explosion in post-rationalistideological movements. In Among the Truthers,journalist...


Spooked in Seattle: A Haunted Handbook

by Ross Allison Clerisy Press (September 13, 2011)

Seattle may not be as old as some would expect from a haunted city. But it has a large number of haunted sites and stories. Spooked in Seattle will lead readers on a journey through Seattle’s neighborhoods...


Cool Japan Guide: Fun in the Land of Manga, Lucky Cats and Ramen

by Abby Denson Tuttle Publishing (March 10, 2015)

Travelling to Japan has never been so much fun—visit the land of anime, manga, cosplay, hot springs and sushi!

This full-color graphic novel Japan guidebook is the first of its kind exploring Japanese culture...


Climbing Mt. Whitney

by Peter Croft, Wynne Benti & Glen Dawson Spotted Dog Press, Inc. (October 30, 2014)

People travel from all over the world to stand on the summit of Mt. Whitney the highest point in the contiguous United States. Miles of rugged granitic terrain, blue-green lakes, and impressive ridges are just...


Leontyne

by Richard Goodwin Bloomsbury Publishing (October 23, 2014)

Observing the barges from the Pont des Arts in Paris sparks in Richard Goodwin a strong desire to join their nomadic lifestyle. And so he buys Leontyne � or Leo to her friends ¬� an ancient, rusty barge...


Travels with a Mexican Circus

by Katie Hickman Bloomsbury Publishing (August 28, 2014)

Katie Hickman went to Mexico looking for magic. She found it in the circus Â? Big Top, clowns, elephants and all Â? where cheap, torn materials and tarnished sequins are transformed into nights of glittering...


50 Water Adventures To Do Before You Die

by Lia Ditton Bloomsbury Publishing (September 11, 2014)

From paddle-boarding the Mississippi to big game fishing off Mexico, from floating in the Dead Sea to swimming with jellyfish in Palau, from iceboating in Russia to sailing non-stop round the world, this book...


Backpacking California: Mountain, Foothill, Coastal and Desert Adventures in the Golden State

by Wilderness Press Wilderness Press (May 10, 2010)

Backpacking California is a collection of more than 70 of the most intriguing backpacking adventures in Wilderness Press's home territory of California. With contributions from more than a dozen Wilderness Press...


Walking Brooklyn: 30 tours exploring historical legacies, neighborhood culture, side streets and waterways

by Adrienne Onofri Wilderness Press (January 01, 2010)

Adrienne Onofri has created an exceptional guide to and through Brooklyn’s most interesting and notable neighborhoods, providing a mix of information about culture, history, architecture, places to eat, venues...


The Emperor Far Away

by David Eimer Bloomsbury Publishing (August 14, 2014)

Far from the glittering cities of Beijing and Shanghai, China's borderlands are populated by around one hundred million people who are not Han Chinese. For many of these restive minorities, the old Chinese adage...


Return to the Baltic

by Hilaire Belloc Bloomsbury Publishing (September 28, 2011)

Here, Belloc writes of a trip through Sweden and Denmark in 1938, a nostalgic trip taken forty-three years after his first Scandanvian trip in 1895.This volume includes Belloc's history and topography of the...


Dublin

by V.S. Pritchett Bloomsbury Publishing (September 28, 2011)

VS. Pritchett, master of the short story, is also the most evocative of travel writers. First published in 1967, his portrait of Dublin - its past, politics and people, its grand mansions and curious corners...


Beyond The Silver River

by Jimmy Burns Bloomsbury Publishing (December 01, 2011)

During the five years Jimmy Burns was based in Buenos Aires, which resulted in his award-winning study of the Falklands War and its aftermath, The Land That Lost Its Heroes, he also embarked on further-flung...


Foreign Faces

by V.S. Pritchett Bloomsbury Publishing (September 28, 2011)

'I am,' writes Mr. Pritchett, 'an offensive traveller'-meaning not that he is rude to porters, but that his praise of a country has sometimes been taken by its inhabitants as abuse or ridicule.

Be that as it...


A Person From England

by Fitzroy Maclean Bloomsbury Publishing (September 28, 2011)

First published in 1958, A Person From England tells of how the legendary cities of Turkestan - Merv, Khiva, Bokhara and Samarkand - have long exerted a romantic fascination upon Western travellers. During the...


Fabled Shore

by Rose Macaulay Bloomsbury Publishing (December 01, 2011)

The long Mediterranean coast-line of Spain from the Pyrenees to the Pillars of Hercules, with the Atlantic shore beyond that sweeps round Cadiz Bay to the southern edge of Portugal, is the changing scene of...


Denmark

by Sacheverell Sitwell Bloomsbury Publishing (September 28, 2011)

A narrative of his time in Denmark, this work is largely concerned with the topography of the country, telling the intending visitor about all those features of the country's buildings, landscape and people...


Hot Countries

by Alec Waugh Bloomsbury Publishing (October 28, 2011)

First published in 1930, this discursive and absorbing travel-book offers, as the author says in his new Foreword, "a picture of a way of living that exists no longer."

Hot Countries tells of a series of journeys...


Roumanian Journey

by Sacheverell Sitwell Bloomsbury Publishing (September 28, 2011)

'At the first mention of going to Roumania, a great many people, as I did myself, would take down their atlas and open the map. For Roumania, there can be no question, is among the lesser known lands of Europe.'...


Alps. The

by Ronald Clark Bloomsbury Publishing (October 28, 2011)

The unrivalled scenery of the Alps attracts increasing numbers of visitors every year, while for those who seek the more active and dangerous pursuits of climbing and skiing, the region offers unique opportunities....


Portrait of Cambridge

by C. R. Benstead Bloomsbury Publishing (October 28, 2011)

The story of Cambridge is one of curious conflict: an unrelenting struggle for independence by a squalid fenland settlement, which entirely changed its purpose as, down the centuries, a great University grew...


The Spanish Temper

by V.S. Pritchett Bloomsbury Publishing (September 28, 2011)

Eliciting comparisons to Orwell's Homage to Catalonia, Pritchett's meditative work on Spain is comprised of a string of sketches, woven around the author's musings on the Spanish character.Having lived in Spain...


The Netherlands

by Sacheverell Sitwell Bloomsbury Publishing (September 28, 2011)

Sacheverell Sitwell goes beyond the generic images of Holland as all museums, windmills, canals, tulips and clogs. Sitwell leads us out of museums and away from the great cities, where tourist, and their guidebooks,...


The Sugar Islands

by Alec Waugh Bloomsbury Publishing (October 28, 2011)

Alec Waugh first saw the West Indies on a trip round the world in 1926 when his ship called in at Guadeloupe. Fifteen months later he returned for a long stay at Martinique; it was the beginning of a lifelong...


It May Never Happen

by V.S. Pritchett Bloomsbury Publishing (January 21, 2013)

V.S. Pritchett's Englishness Â? the dependable Englishness of shabby, bumptious businessmen, shy wives, puritanical suburbanites and vinegar-tongued grandmothers Â? often came out in surprising ways. Though...


Foxhunting in Paradise

by Michael Clayton Bloomsbury Publishing (December 17, 2012)

In Foxhunting in Paradise, a major work of research and practical exploration in and around the hunting field, Michael Clayton brings entirely up to date histories of the Quorn, Belvoir, Cottesmore and Fernie...


Marching Spain

by V.S. Pritchett Bloomsbury Publishing (July 30, 2012)

In spring 1927 V.S Pritchett set out to walk 300 miles across Spain. The country was almost completely isolated, and Pritchett describes a timeless country on the cusp of being riven by civil war, populated...


Bel Mooney's Somerset

by Bel Mooney Bloomsbury Publishing (July 20, 2012)

First published in 1989, in Bel Mooney's Somerset she sets the tone of this delightfully personal account of her 'adopted county'. Brought up in Liverpool, she writes of Somerset with the rapture of the late...


Psycho Too

by Will Self & Ralph Steadman Bloomsbury Publishing (December 05, 2013)

Will Self and Ralph Steadman join forces once again in a further post-millennial meditation on the vexed relationship of psyche and place in a globalised world; Psycho Too brings together a second helping of...


Going Foreign

by Barry Pickthall Bloomsbury Publishing (September 14, 2013)

Many reasonably experienced coastal sailors (and motorboaters) find the

prospect of sailing their boat to the continent appealing yet daunting.

There are so many additional aspects that all need to be taken into...


Addicted to Adventure

by Bob Shepton Bloomsbury Publishing (May 08, 2014)

Bob Shepton is an ordained minister in the Church of England in his 70s, but spends most of his time sailing into the Arctic and making first ascents of inaccessible mountains. No tea parties for this vicar....


Sailing in Paradise

by Rod Heikell Bloomsbury Publishing (August 05, 2013)

This comprehensive guide to the world of chartering, compiled

by Rod Heikell, shares the

breadth of his knowledge and experience, recommending types of charter,

best types of boat, as well as essential information...


Where to Watch Birds in Britain

by Simon Harrap & Nigel Redman Bloomsbury Publishing (January 24, 2013)

This ebook covers the very best birding sites in Britain. Each site is considered in terms of 'Habitat', Access' and 'Birds', allowing birders of all levels to plan successful birding trips anywhere in Britain,...


The Adlard Coles Book of EuroRegs for Inland Waterways

by Marian Martin Bloomsbury Publishing (August 02, 2013)

In order to safely navigate Europe's major waterway routes, all boaters need to know CEVNI - the Waterway Code - whose rules, signs, symbols and signals are understood and used by bargemasters and working vessels...


Cruising French Waterways

by Hugh McKnight Bloomsbury Publishing (August 01, 2013)

Cruising French Waterways has rapidly become the leading descriptive guide to the astonishingly varied network of rivers and canals that penetrate almost every region of France. Winner of the Thomas Cook Guide...


Camping by the Waterside

by Stephen Neale Bloomsbury Publishing (August 01, 2013)

This stylish and inspiring book contains all the information campers need to make the most of the wonderful waterside locations throughout the UK and Ireland. Covering all kinds of camping (caravan, campsite...


Where the Ocean Meets the Sky

by Crispin Latymer Bloomsbury Publishing (May 20, 2013)

'Nobody grows old living a number of years; people grow old only by deserting their ideals. Years wrinkle the skin, but to give up enthusiasm wrinkles the soul.'

When Crispin Latymer hit 50 he had a 'What now?'...


Mojave Desert Trails

by Florine Lawlor & Leslie Payne Spotted Dog Press, Inc. (October 01, 2014)

Deep within the Mojave Desert, along sandy washes, at the edge of mountain passes and lost bajadas, are some of the most interesting historic and geological sites in California. Ecologically and environmentally...


Drink: Los Angeles: The Drink Lover's Guide to L.A.

by Colleen Dunn Bates, Garrett Snyder, Patricia Saperstein & Elina Shatkin et al. Prospect Park Books (October 20, 2014)

The essential, curated pocket guide to LA drinking, from beer gardens to coffeehouses, cocktail bars to organic juicers.


Liberty

by Jakob Ejersbo MacLehose Press (September 09, 2014)

Two young men from very different backgrounds.

Christian is the son of Danish ex-pats; Marcus works as a house boy for a Swedish family, hoping they will eventually take him back to Europe with them.

Their friendship...


Revolution

by Jakob Ejersbo MacLehose Press (September 09, 2014)

Revolution is a collection of eleven short stories that act as a vital bridge between the novels Exile and Liberty.

But it is also so much more than that. Ejersbo had a remarkable and unaffected talent for getting...


Exile: Book One of The Africa Trilogy

by Jakob Ejersbo MacLehose Press (September 09, 2014)

For the vagabond pack of ex-pat Europeans, Indian Tanzanians and wealthy Africans at Moshi's International School, it's all about getting high, getting drunk and getting laid. Their parents--drug dealers, mercenaries...


Safari

by Geoffrey Kent Harper (August 11, 2015)

"It's here, in nature, that we are completely unified with all of life."

Geoffrey Kent had nothing but an East African shilling and an old Land Rover when he launched a safari business in 1962 with his parents...