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  • Tide, Feather, Snowby Miranda Weiss

    HarperCollins 2009; US$ 11.24

    "Miranda Weiss's Tide, Feather, Snow is beautifully poetic, her observations are expansive, and the pace and rhythm in which she writes are perfect.” — Lynne Cox, author of Grayson and Swimming to Antarctica " Tide, Feather, Snow is about the resplendence and subtleties of coastal Alaska, and about one woman’s attempt to be fully present... more...

  • Rock, Water, Wildby Nancy Lord

    University of Nebraska Press 2009; US$ 24.95

    For Nancy Lord, what began as a yearning for adventure and a childhood fascination with a wild and distant land culminated in a move to Alaska in the early 1970s. Here she discovered the last place in America “big and wild enough to hold the intact landscapes and the dreams that are so absent today from almost everywhere else.” In Rock, Water,... more...

  • The Pacific Northwestby Raymond D. Gastil; Barnett Singer

    McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers 2010; US$ 38.00

    The Pacific Northwest--for the purposes of this book mostly Oregon and Washington--has sometimes been seen as lacking significant cultural history. Home to idyllic environmental wonders, the region has been plagued by the notion that the best and brightest often left in search of greater things, that the mainstream world was thousands of miles away--or... more...

  • The Land of Little Rainby Mary Austin; Robert Hass

    Random House Publishing Group 2010; US$ 16.00

    “Between the high Sierras south from Yosemite—east and south over a very great assemblage of broken ranges beyond Death Valley, and on illimitably into the Mojave Desert” is the territory that Mary Austin calls the Land of Little Rain. In this classic collection of meditations on the wonders of this region, Austin generously shares “such news of the... more...

  • California Romantic and Resourcefulby John F. Davis

    ReadHowYouWant 2006; US$ 4.99

    The book captures the history of California with all its uniqueness and splendor. From the quests of gold that brought instantaneous increase in population to the turmoil that later struck it. The narrative captures the diversity of history and culture of the state in its true essence. more...

  • The Good Rainby Timothy Egan

    Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group 2011; US$ 16.95

    A fantastic book! Timothy Egan describes his journeys in the Pacific Northwest through visits to salmon fisheries, redwood forests and the manicured English gardens of Vancouver. Here is a blend of history, anthropology and politics. From the Trade Paperback edition. more...

  • San Francisco in the 1930sby Federal Writers Project of the Works Progress Administration

    University of California Press 2011; US$ 28.95

    "San Francisco has no single landmark by which the world may identify it," according to San Francisco in the 1930s , originally published in 1940. This would surely come as a surprise to the millions who know and love the Golden Gate Bridge or recognize the Transamerica Building’s pyramid. This invaluable Depression-era guide to San Francisco relates... more...

  • Lowriders in Chicano Culture: From Low to Slow to Showby Charles Tatum

    ABC-CLIO 2011; US$ 61.00

    Much like rap music and ethnic foods, Chicano lowrider culture has become sufficiently widespread in recent decades to almost be considered "mainstream." However, those outside of lowriding may not realize that this cultural phenomenon is not the result of a recent fad—it originated in the pre–World War II era, and has continued to grow and evolve... more...

  • California's Wine Country: A Romantic Guide to the Napa & Sonoma Valleysby Robert White

    Hunter Publishing 2010; US$ 6.99

    Tour the vineyards big and small, explore the wineries, taste what they have to offer. The best are described here and almost all are shown in photos. Hundreds of places to stay and eat, things to do and see are detailed, with photos of most. For couples of all ages and lifestyles, this guide has something to suit every taste and budget. Quaint inns... more...

  • Romantic Getaways in San Francisco & the Bay Areaby Robert White

    Hunter Publishing 2010; US$ 6.99

    Oakland, Berkeley, Sausalito, Mill Valley, San Rafael, Muir Beach, Point Reyes, Napa, Sonoma -- these are some of the areas covered in this guide! In San Francisco itself, every neighborhood is described in depth, from Haight-Ashbury to the Castro, Chinatown to the Embarcadero, Cow Hollow and Golden Gate Park. Hundreds of places to stay and eat, things... more...