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  • Islands of the South Pacific: Tahiti, Moorea, Bora Bora, the Marquesas, the Cook Islands, Tonga & Beyondby Thomas Booth

    Hunter Publishing, Inc. 2012; US$ 6.99

    Tahiti is one of the Society Islands which, with the Gambiers, the Tuamotus, the Australs, and the Marquesas, make up French Polynesia. This archipelago spread out over several million square miles of the south central Pacific is a mixture of high volcanic islands and low coral atolls. Moorea, the land mass you can see in the distance from Papeete,... more...

  • New Zealand's Northland, the Kauri Coast & the Bay of Islandsby Bette Flagler

    Hunter Publishing, Inc. 2013; US$ 4.99

    Known as The Birthplace of a Nation, Northland?s natural beauty is equaled by its fascinating history and culture. Northland is home to Hokianga Harbour, where Kupe, the legendary Maori explorer first arrived in his waka or war canoe. In 1840 the Treaty of Waitangi, an historic agreement between Maori and the British Crown, was drafted and signed... more...

  • Tahiti, Moorea, Bora Bora & French Polynesiaby Thomas Booth

    Hunter Publishing, Inc. 2013; US$ 3.99

    Tranquil lagoons in shades of emerald and turquoise, palms swaying gently in the wind, powdery white beaches framed by soaring mountains and lush vegetation, waters teeming with brilliantly colored fish - this is the legendary South Pacific. Today, many of the islands remain as they were when Captain Cook and Captain Bligh of the Bounty sailed here,... more...

  • The Cook Islands: Rarotonga, Aitutaki & Beyondby Thomas Booth

    Hunter Publishing, Inc. 2012; US$ 7.99

    The Cook Islands, named after the British Captain who seems to have been everywhere in the Pacific, are scattered like tiny jewels over a large stretch of sea between Tahiti and Samoa. Rarotonga, the principal island, is 2,500 miles due south of Honolulu - as far south of the equator as Honolulu is north of it - a similarity that provides both places... more...

  • Samoan Islandsby Thomas Booth

    Hunter Publishing, Inc. 2013; US$ 7.99

    Enchanting, mysterious, romantic. These are the islands where Margaret Mead, Somerset Maugham, Robert Louis Stevenson and Gary Cooper lived for part of their lives. The only US Territory south of the Equator, American Samoa lies 2,300 miles south of Hawaii, 4,200 miles south of San Francisco. It is a mere 77 square miles and Tutuila, the largest island,... more...

  • The Solomon Islandsby Thomas Booth

    Hunter Publishing, Inc. 2013; US$ 7.99

    Nature is excessive, lovely, and ominous in the Solomons and the Melanesians who live there, often blond or redheaded, are the blackest of all people. Before World War II such names as Guadalcanal, Savo, Munda were rarely heard. Guadalcanal, over 100 miles long by 30 miles wide, is the largest island. Then in descending order there's Malaita, San... more...

  • New Caledoniaby Thomas Booth

    Hunter Publishing, Inc. 2013; US$ 7.99

    New Caledonia consists of a large island, Grande Terre, and a group of small islands called dependencies ? the Loyalty Group, Ouen, the Isle of Pines, Huon Islands, and the Chesterfields. Grande Terre is as big in land mass as the whole state of Hawaii. Its capital Nouméa, with 70,000 people, looks big too. There are imposing buildings, freeways,... more...

  • Wellington, Manawatu, Wairarapa, Eastland & New Zealand's Hawke's Bayby Bette Flagler

    Hunter Publishing, Inc. 2013; US$ 6.99

    Eastland is one of the least visited, most isolated and most scenic areas of New Zealand. This is an area of huge importance to the Ngati Porou ? the second-largest tribe of Maori. This is a stunning part of New Zealand, an area that is largely untouched by tourists, and most New Zealanders will never make their way here. You might just feel as if... more...

  • Auckland, Northland, New Zealand's Kauri Coast & the Bay of Islandsby Bette Flagler

    Hunter Publishing, Inc. 2012; US$ 6.99

    Auckland is the largest city in New Zealand and the main port of entry for international visitors. It is a sprawling, modern, busy city but not nearly so densely populated as other global cities of its same geographic size. The 60 square kilometers (23 square miles) that make up the region are home to 1¼ million people ? one-third of New Zealand?s... more...

  • Papua New Guineaby Thomas Booth

    Hunter Publishing, Inc. 2012; US$ 7.99

    Papua New Guinea, the eastern half of the second-largest island in the world, includes a cluster of islands off its northeast coast ? New Britain, New Ireland, Bougainville, Manus, the Trobriands, and scores of smaller islands. The other half of the island, the western part ? Indonesian Irian Jaya ? is another story and, other than brief remarks about... more...