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Enrich your travels with reading! Here's a hand-picked list prepared for your journey in conjunction with the book experts at Longitude.
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Buy these 4 items as a set for $70 including shipping, 15% off the retail price. With free shipping on anything else you order.  Buy Package

Lobster Chronicles, Life on a Very Small Island

USE352
Linda Greenlaw
Hyperion
2003
238
0786885912
PAPER
Biography/Memoir
0
0
0
0
A former swordboat captain, and a fine writer to boot, Greenlaw returns to the small Maine island where she grew up and takes up the lobstering life. A wonderful depiction of coastal Maine, the lobster industry and a tiny community bound to the sea and each other.
$15.99

National Audubon Society Field Guide to New England

USE06
Brian Cassie, Peter Alden
Alfred Knopf
1998
448
0679446761
FLEXI-BOUND
Field Guide
0
0
0
0
A compact, easy-to-use overview of 1,000 New England's trees, wildflowers, mammals, insects and other flora and fauna. It also provides an extensive overview of the area's geology, weather patterns and natural sites.
$23.95

Fodor's New England

USE442
Inc. Fodor's Travel Publications
Fodor's
2016
784
1101879912
PAPER
Guidebook
0
0
0
0
A practical guide in the popular series, filled with valuable information on accommodation, shopping, sights, and dining.
$23.99

New England Map

USE270
Mad Maps
2007
2
1933911328
MAP
Reference
0
0
0
0
A road map of all of New England, at a scale of 1:600,000.
$10.95

Acadia National Park Map

USE154
National Geographic Maps
Trails Illustrated
2002
2
0925873950
MAP
Reference
0
0
0
0
A detailed topographic map of Acadia, shown at a scale of 1:35,000, printed on tear-resistant, waterproof paper.
$11.95

Lonely Planet Pocket Boston

BOS39
Lonely Planet
Lonely Planet Publications
2015
160
1741799260
PAPER
Guidebook
0
0
0
0
A practical guide to the city of Boston that fits in your pocket, with the top sites, the best walks, food, art, shopping, views, nightlife and more. Includes pull-out city map.
$13.99

The American Revolution, A Historical Guidebook

USE611
Frances H. Kennedy
Oxford University Press
2014
432
0199324220
HARD COVER
Guidebook
0
0
0
0
A chronological guide to more than 150 historical scenes of the American Revolution livened with maps, primary sources and context from leading historians.
$39.95

1776

USA189
David McCullough
Simon and Schuster Inc.
2006
755
1594131430
PAPER
History
0
0
0
0
This lively bestseller tells the early history of the Revolutionary War, bringing to life an extraordinary period and a vast array of characters on both sides of the conflict.
$18.00

Coastal Maine, A Maritime History

USE247
Roger Duncan
Countryman Press
2002
576
0881505552
PAPER
History
0
0
0
0
A 400-year history of Maine, focusing on maritime traditions and seafaring, as well as coastal settlement and development.
$24.95

Founding Brothers, The Revolutionary Generation

USE244
Joseph J. Ellis
Vintage Books
2002
304
0375705244
PAPER
History
0
0
0
0
A riveting tale of Washington, Madison, Hamilton and especially of Jefferson and Adams. Winner of the Pulitzer Prize, it's a fascinating glimpse into the early days of our country.
$16.95

Lexington and Concord, The Beginning of the War of the American Revolution

BOS16
Arthur Bernon Tourtellot
W. W. Norton & Company
2000
336
0393320561
PAPER
History
0
0
0
0
A popular history of the opening shots of the American Revolution.
$18.95

The Americans, the Colonial Experience

USA05
Daniel Boorstin
Random House
1964
434
0394705130
PAPER
History
0
0
0
0
Winner of the Bancroft Prize, this wide-ranging portrait of colonial America looks to the origins of the American character and its institutions.
$17.95

The Most Beautiful Villages of New England

USE42
Tom Shachtman
Thames & Hudson
2007
208
0500018006
PAPER
Cultural Portrait
0
0
0
0
New England's most picturesque towns and villages are presented through 240 full-color photographs. Accompanying descriptions fill in details about each town's history and architecture.
$40.00

Edward Hopper's Maine

USE556
Kevin Salatino
Prestel
2011
176
3791351281
HARD COVER
Art & Architecture
0
0
0
0
An overview of the works the great American painter made during summer vacations to Maine from 1914 to 1929. Included in this collection of over 100 plates are numerous recreations of the Maine landscape, including his famous lighthouses and 32 oils the artist made plein-air on Monhegan Island.
$49.95

Maine Moderns

USE542
Susan Danly, Libby Bischof
2011
171
0300169485
HARD COVER
Art & Architecture
0
0
0
0
A lushly illustrated exploration of the modernist artists who gathered on the coast of Maine between 1900 and 1940, in the region then known as Seguinland. Includes work by Paul Strand, Marsden Hartley, Gaston Lachaise and others.
$50.00

Norman Rockwell, A Life

USE348
Laura Claridge
Modern Library
2003
592
0812967232
PAPER
Biography/Memoir
0
0
0
0
A provocative biography of the iconic American illustrator, detailing his life and work.
$16.95

One Man's Meat

USE43
E.B. White
Tilbury House Publishers
1997
279
0884481921
PAPER
Biography/Memoir
0
0
0
0
By the author of "Charlotte's Web," a collection of observant and often humorous essays about daily life on a Maine saltwater farm. A wonderful portrait of coastal small-town life, originally published in 1938.
$16.95

The House by the Sea, A Journal

USE61
May Sarton
W. W. Norton & Company
1995
288
0393313905
PAPER
Biography/Memoir
0
0
0
0
One of many journals by May Sarton, who moved from New Hampshire to live alone in a house on the seacoast of Maine. She writes beautifully on the topics of aging, solitude, nature, gardening, food, relationships and, of course, life in coastal Maine.
$21.00

Empire Falls

USE220
Richard Russo
Vintage Books
2002
496
0375726403
PAPER
Literature
0
0
0
0
A Pulitzer Prize-winning novel lovingly set in a fictitious Maine mill town. Russo has composed an entertaining and poignant portrait of what lies beneath the facade of small-town New England life.
$16.95

Rabble in Arms

USE574
Kenneth Lewis Roberts
Down East Books
1996
586
0892723866
PAPER
Literature
0
0
0
0
The second of Roberts's epic novels of the American Revolution, originally published in 1933, which has as its center the military campaigns of Benedict Arnold.
$18.95

Changes in the Land: Indians, Colonists, and the Ecology of New England

USE347
William Cronon
Hill and Wang
2003
242
0809016346
PAPER
Natural History
0
0
0
0
In this ecological -- and social -- history of New England, Cronon documents the ecological changes and impact of European colonization.
$15.00

Colors of Fall, A Celebration of New England's Foliage Season

NYS92
Jerry Monkman
Countryman Press
2009
0881505420
HARD COVER
Natural History
0
0
0
0
Capturing the spectacular fall display from the Berkshires of Massachusetts, the Green Mountains of Vermont, the White Mountains of New Hampshire, and the wilds of northern Maine in 75 color photos.
$19.95

New England Autumn

USE337
Ferenc Mate (Photographer), Candace Mate (Photographer)
W. W. Norton & Company
2010
160
0920256554
HARD COVER
Natural History
0
0
0
0
Magnificent photographs of farmsteads, pastures, forests, wharves and villages from Maine to Connecticut are paired with the poetry and literature of Dickinson, Thoreau and Waldo Emerson in this pictorial celebration of season. With a 14-page section of maps and practical travel information.
$25.00

Reading the Forested Landscape, A Natural History of New England

USE07
Tom Wessels, Brian Cohen (Illustrator), Ann Zwinger (Introduction)
W. W. Norton & Company
1999
200
0881504203
PAPER
Natural History
0
0
0
0
In this entertaining, informative book, the history of the New England forest unfolds like a mystery novel. Wessels examines the character of the central New England forest through the clues left behind by fires, logging, storms and economic fads.
$21.95

The Secret Life of Lobsters, How Fishermen and Scientists are Unraveling the Mysteries of our Favorite Crustacean

USE340
Trevor Corson
HarperCollins
2005
299
0060555599
PAPER
Science
0
0
0
0
Corson unravels the behavior of lobster and lobstermen on Little Cranberry Island in the Gulf of Maine. Besides dealing with the lobstermen-scientist row over quotas, the book offers an in depth look into the social behavior of these strange (and strangely abundant) crustaceans.
$14.99

National Geographic Field Guide to the Birds of North America

FG09
Jon Dunn
National Geographic
2017
592
1426218354
PAPER
Field Guide
0
0
0
0
This guide is the veteran's choice for birding anywhere in the United States. Practical to use in the field, it has maps, illustrations and descriptions of the birds on facing pages.
$29.99

New England Wildlife

USE234
James Kavanaugh
Waterford Press
2001
1583551735
PLASTIC CARD
Field Guide
0
0
0
0
This laminated, fold-out, pocket-size guide features illustrations of almost 150 species of fish, birds, reptiles, amphibians and mammals.
$7.95

Acadia National Park Map

USE154
National Geographic Maps
Trails Illustrated
2002
2
0925873950
MAP
Reference
0
0
0
0
A detailed topographic map of Acadia, shown at a scale of 1:35,000, printed on tear-resistant, waterproof paper.
$11.95

Lonely Planet Pocket Boston

BOS39
Lonely Planet
Lonely Planet Publications
2015
160
1741799260
PAPER
Guidebook
0
0
0
0
A practical guide to the city of Boston that fits in your pocket, with the top sites, the best walks, food, art, shopping, views, nightlife and more. Includes pull-out city map.
$13.99

The American Revolution, A Historical Guidebook

USE611
Frances H. Kennedy
Oxford University Press
2014
432
0199324220
HARD COVER
Guidebook
0
0
0
0
A chronological guide to more than 150 historical scenes of the American Revolution livened with maps, primary sources and context from leading historians.
$39.95

1776

USA189
David McCullough
Simon and Schuster Inc.
2006
755
1594131430
PAPER
History
0
0
0
0
This lively bestseller tells the early history of the Revolutionary War, bringing to life an extraordinary period and a vast array of characters on both sides of the conflict.
$18.00

Coastal Maine, A Maritime History

USE247
Roger Duncan
Countryman Press
2002
576
0881505552
PAPER
History
0
0
0
0
A 400-year history of Maine, focusing on maritime traditions and seafaring, as well as coastal settlement and development.
$24.95

Founding Brothers, The Revolutionary Generation

USE244
Joseph J. Ellis
Vintage Books
2002
304
0375705244
PAPER
History
0
0
0
0
A riveting tale of Washington, Madison, Hamilton and especially of Jefferson and Adams. Winner of the Pulitzer Prize, it's a fascinating glimpse into the early days of our country.
$16.95

Lexington and Concord, The Beginning of the War of the American Revolution

BOS16
Arthur Bernon Tourtellot
W. W. Norton & Company
2000
336
0393320561
PAPER
History
0
0
0
0
A popular history of the opening shots of the American Revolution.
$18.95

The Americans, the Colonial Experience

USA05
Daniel Boorstin
Random House
1964
434
0394705130
PAPER
History
0
0
0
0
Winner of the Bancroft Prize, this wide-ranging portrait of colonial America looks to the origins of the American character and its institutions.
$17.95

The Most Beautiful Villages of New England

USE42
Tom Shachtman
Thames & Hudson
2007
208
0500018006
PAPER
Cultural Portrait
0
0
0
0
New England's most picturesque towns and villages are presented through 240 full-color photographs. Accompanying descriptions fill in details about each town's history and architecture.
$40.00

Edward Hopper's Maine

USE556
Kevin Salatino
Prestel
2011
176
3791351281
HARD COVER
Art & Architecture
0
0
0
0
An overview of the works the great American painter made during summer vacations to Maine from 1914 to 1929. Included in this collection of over 100 plates are numerous recreations of the Maine landscape, including his famous lighthouses and 32 oils the artist made plein-air on Monhegan Island.
$49.95

Maine Moderns

USE542
Susan Danly, Libby Bischof
2011
171
0300169485
HARD COVER
Art & Architecture
0
0
0
0
A lushly illustrated exploration of the modernist artists who gathered on the coast of Maine between 1900 and 1940, in the region then known as Seguinland. Includes work by Paul Strand, Marsden Hartley, Gaston Lachaise and others.
$50.00

Norman Rockwell, A Life

USE348
Laura Claridge
Modern Library
2003
592
0812967232
PAPER
Biography/Memoir
0
0
0
0
A provocative biography of the iconic American illustrator, detailing his life and work.
$16.95

One Man's Meat

USE43
E.B. White
Tilbury House Publishers
1997
279
0884481921
PAPER
Biography/Memoir
0
0
0
0
By the author of "Charlotte's Web," a collection of observant and often humorous essays about daily life on a Maine saltwater farm. A wonderful portrait of coastal small-town life, originally published in 1938.
$16.95

The House by the Sea, A Journal

USE61
May Sarton
W. W. Norton & Company
1995
288
0393313905
PAPER
Biography/Memoir
0
0
0
0
One of many journals by May Sarton, who moved from New Hampshire to live alone in a house on the seacoast of Maine. She writes beautifully on the topics of aging, solitude, nature, gardening, food, relationships and, of course, life in coastal Maine.
$21.00

Empire Falls

USE220
Richard Russo
Vintage Books
2002
496
0375726403
PAPER
Literature
0
0
0
0
A Pulitzer Prize-winning novel lovingly set in a fictitious Maine mill town. Russo has composed an entertaining and poignant portrait of what lies beneath the facade of small-town New England life.
$16.95

Rabble in Arms

USE574
Kenneth Lewis Roberts
Down East Books
1996
586
0892723866
PAPER
Literature
0
0
0
0
The second of Roberts's epic novels of the American Revolution, originally published in 1933, which has as its center the military campaigns of Benedict Arnold.
$18.95

Changes in the Land: Indians, Colonists, and the Ecology of New England

USE347
William Cronon
Hill and Wang
2003
242
0809016346
PAPER
Natural History
0
0
0
0
In this ecological -- and social -- history of New England, Cronon documents the ecological changes and impact of European colonization.
$15.00

Colors of Fall, A Celebration of New England's Foliage Season

NYS92
Jerry Monkman
Countryman Press
2009
0881505420
HARD COVER
Natural History
0
0
0
0
Capturing the spectacular fall display from the Berkshires of Massachusetts, the Green Mountains of Vermont, the White Mountains of New Hampshire, and the wilds of northern Maine in 75 color photos.
$19.95

New England Autumn

USE337
Ferenc Mate (Photographer), Candace Mate (Photographer)
W. W. Norton & Company
2010
160
0920256554
HARD COVER
Natural History
0
0
0
0
Magnificent photographs of farmsteads, pastures, forests, wharves and villages from Maine to Connecticut are paired with the poetry and literature of Dickinson, Thoreau and Waldo Emerson in this pictorial celebration of season. With a 14-page section of maps and practical travel information.
$25.00

Reading the Forested Landscape, A Natural History of New England

USE07
Tom Wessels, Brian Cohen (Illustrator), Ann Zwinger (Introduction)
W. W. Norton & Company
1999
200
0881504203
PAPER
Natural History
0
0
0
0
In this entertaining, informative book, the history of the New England forest unfolds like a mystery novel. Wessels examines the character of the central New England forest through the clues left behind by fires, logging, storms and economic fads.
$21.95

The Secret Life of Lobsters, How Fishermen and Scientists are Unraveling the Mysteries of our Favorite Crustacean

USE340
Trevor Corson
HarperCollins
2005
299
0060555599
PAPER
Science
0
0
0
0
Corson unravels the behavior of lobster and lobstermen on Little Cranberry Island in the Gulf of Maine. Besides dealing with the lobstermen-scientist row over quotas, the book offers an in depth look into the social behavior of these strange (and strangely abundant) crustaceans.
$14.99

National Geographic Field Guide to the Birds of North America

FG09
Jon Dunn
National Geographic
2017
592
1426218354
PAPER
Field Guide
0
0
0
0
This guide is the veteran's choice for birding anywhere in the United States. Practical to use in the field, it has maps, illustrations and descriptions of the birds on facing pages.
$29.99

New England Wildlife

USE234
James Kavanaugh
Waterford Press
2001
1583551735
PLASTIC CARD
Field Guide
0
0
0
0
This laminated, fold-out, pocket-size guide features illustrations of almost 150 species of fish, birds, reptiles, amphibians and mammals.
$7.95

More Books

Chronicles of Old Boston

USE604
Charles Bahne
Atlas & Co
2012
288
0984633405
PAPER
Guidebook
0
0
0
0
This handy guide, organized chronologically, includes eight walking tours, 20 maps, dozens of large full-page photographs and snapshots of historic sites and buildings from revolutionary highlights to Fenway park
$19.95

Eyewitness Guide New England

USE294
Eleanor Berman
DK Publishing
2014
400
1465440976
PAPER
Guidebook
0
0
0
0
This superb guide to Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine features color photography, dozens of excellent local maps and a synopsis of the region's attractions. It also devotes a section to Boston.
$25.00

Harvard A to Z

BOS26
John T. Bethell, Richard M. Hunt, Robert Shenton
Harvard University Press
2004
408
0674012887
HARD COVER
Reference
0
0
0
0
An encylopedia of Harvardiana, from notable alumni to architectural gems, the historical and cultural significance of the university, and its centuries-old traditions and lore.
$25.95

Moon Handbook Acadia National Park

USE322
Kathleen M. Brandes
Avalon Travel Publishing
2015
280
1631210238
PAPER
Guidebook
0
0
0
0
This compact guide combines an overview of the history, culture and nature of Maine's Acadia National Park and neighboring Bar Harbor, with practical information for travelers. The book also features photographs, maps and illustrations.
$19.99

Moon Handbook Coastal Maine: Including Acadia National Park

USE363
Hilary Nangle
Avalon Travel Publishing
2016
504
1631212702
PAPER
Guidebook
0
0
0
0
A comprehensive, highly recommended guide to the places and pleasures of Coastal Maine, including highlights in and around Portland and Acadia National Park.
$21.99

Hiking Acadia National Park

USE562
Dolores Kong
Falcon Press
2016
304
149301661X
PAPER
Guidebook
0
0
0
0
Sample more than 120 miles of hiking trails through the approximately 40,000 acres of America's first national park.
$22.95

Mark Twain, An Illustrated Biography

USA440
Geoffrey C. Ward, Dayton Duncan, Ken Burns
Alfred Knopf
2001
269
0375405615
HARD COVER
Biography/Memoir
0
0
0
0
This illustrated companion to the PBS series follows the arc of Twain's celebrated career.
$40.00

Death of an Empire

USE533
Robert Booth
St. Martins
2011
330
0312540388
HARD COVER
History
0
0
0
0
Booth focuses on the ambitious White family in this gripping tale of people and power in Salem, Massachusetts, the grand seaport that was once the richest city in America.
$39.99

The Gilded Age, A Tale of Today

USA83
Mark Twain
Modern Library
2001
475
0812973569
PAPER
Cultural Portrait
0
0
0
0
Twain's satirical portrait of Washington D.C and life in America in the post-Civil War era.
$16.00

More Books

Eyewitness Guide New England

USE294
Eleanor Berman
DK Publishing
2014
400
1465440976
PAPER
Guidebook
0
0
0
0
This superb guide to Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine features color photography, dozens of excellent local maps and a synopsis of the region's attractions. It also devotes a section to Boston.
$25.00

The Gilded Age, A Tale of Today

USA83
Mark Twain
Modern Library
2001
475
0812973569
PAPER
Cultural Portrait
0
0
0
0
Twain's satirical portrait of Washington D.C and life in America in the post-Civil War era.
$16.00

Moon Handbook Acadia National Park

USE322
Kathleen M. Brandes
Avalon Travel Publishing
2015
280
1631210238
PAPER
Guidebook
0
0
0
0
This compact guide combines an overview of the history, culture and nature of Maine's Acadia National Park and neighboring Bar Harbor, with practical information for travelers. The book also features photographs, maps and illustrations.
$19.99

Harvard A to Z

BOS26
John T. Bethell, Richard M. Hunt, Robert Shenton
Harvard University Press
2004
408
0674012887
HARD COVER
Reference
0
0
0
0
An encylopedia of Harvardiana, from notable alumni to architectural gems, the historical and cultural significance of the university, and its centuries-old traditions and lore.
$25.95

Moon Handbook Coastal Maine: Including Acadia National Park

USE363
Hilary Nangle
Avalon Travel Publishing
2016
504
1631212702
PAPER
Guidebook
0
0
0
0
A comprehensive, highly recommended guide to the places and pleasures of Coastal Maine, including highlights in and around Portland and Acadia National Park.
$21.99

Mark Twain, An Illustrated Biography

USA440
Geoffrey C. Ward, Dayton Duncan, Ken Burns
Alfred Knopf
2001
269
0375405615
HARD COVER
Biography/Memoir
0
0
0
0
This illustrated companion to the PBS series follows the arc of Twain's celebrated career.
$40.00

Death of an Empire

USE533
Robert Booth
St. Martins
2011
330
0312540388
HARD COVER
History
0
0
0
0
Booth focuses on the ambitious White family in this gripping tale of people and power in Salem, Massachusetts, the grand seaport that was once the richest city in America.
$39.99

Hiking Acadia National Park

USE562
Dolores Kong
Falcon Press
2016
304
149301661X
PAPER
Guidebook
0
0
0
0
Sample more than 120 miles of hiking trails through the approximately 40,000 acres of America's first national park.
$22.95

Chronicles of Old Boston

USE604
Charles Bahne
Atlas & Co
2012
288
0984633405
PAPER
Guidebook
0
0
0
0
This handy guide, organized chronologically, includes eight walking tours, 20 maps, dozens of large full-page photographs and snapshots of historic sites and buildings from revolutionary highlights to Fenway park
$19.95

For Kids

Birdie's Lighthouse

USE218
Kimberly Bulcken Root (Illustrator), Deborah Hopkinson
Simon and Schuster Inc.
2000
32
0689835299
PAPER
Literature
0
0
0
0
YOUNG READERS (Age 4-8)
A taut, compelling account of one little girl's brave vigil set on Turtle Island, Maine in 1855. Birdie Holland steps in to save the day when her father, the lighthouse keeper, falls ill. For readers ages 4 to 9.
$7.99

Eyewitness Civil War

USA46
John Stanchak
DK Publishing
2015
72
1465433600
HARD COVER
History
0
0
0
0
MIDDLE READERS (Age 9-12)
The Civil War gets the big-picture treatment in this Eyewitness book, which features photographs and illustrations of costumes, household appliances, weapons and other artifacts.
$19.99

Homer Price

USE295
Robert McCloskey
Puffin
1943
146
0670377295
HARD COVER
Literature
0
0
0
0
MIDDLE READERS (Age 9-12)
The first six episodes in the life of Homer Price, pitched at ages 8-12, including one in which Homer and his pet skunk capture robbers and another about a donut machine on the rampage.
$16.99

If You Lived at the Time of the American Revolution

USA41
Kay Moore, Daniel O'Leary (Illustrator)
Scholastic Inc.
1998
80
0590674447
PAPER
History
0
0
0
0
MIDDLE READERS (Age 9-12)
One in Scholastic's nonfiction series about daily life and customs throughout history, this one focusing on the eastern seaboard of the U.S. in the second half of the 18th century. With colorful illustrations and the kinds of interesting facts that draw young readers in.
$6.99

If You Lived at the Time of the Civil War

USA45
Kay Moore, Anni Matsick (Illustrator)
Scholastic Inc.
1994
64
0590454226
PAPER
History
0
0
0
0
MIDDLE READERS (Age 9-12)
Another entry in Scholastic's nonfiction series about daily life and customs throughout history, this one focusing on 1860-65. With vibrant, detailed illustrations and the kinds of interesting facts that draw young readers in. Ages 9-12.
$6.99

Seabird

OCE79
Holling C. Holling
1978
PAPER
Literature
61
0395266815
Houghton Mifflin Company
0
0
0
0
MIDDLE READERS (Age 9-12)
Across four generations and around the world, by whaler, clipper, steamer and airplane, Holling traces American seafaring through the eyes of an ivory gull in this illustrated classic. Ages 9-12
$11.95

Stories from Where We Live, The North Atlantic Coast

USE252
Sara St. Antoine, Paul Mirocha (Illustrator), Trudy Nicholson (Illustrator)
Milkweed Editions
2004
290
1571316434
PAPER
Literature
0
0
0
0
MIDDLE READERS (Age 9-12)
A substantial anthology of writings about this North American ecoregion, from Newfoundland south to Delaware -- wonderfully useful as a young person's guide to people, nature and place. Ages 9 to 14.
$10.95

The Midnight Ride of Paul Revere

BOS18
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Christopher Bing (Illustrator)
Aa Balkema
2001
40
1929766130
HARD COVER
Literature
0
0
0
0
MIDDLE READERS (Age 9-12)
A beautifully illustrated rendering of Longfellow's classic poem for children 7 to 10.
$18.99

Whale (Eyewitness Books)

BST10
Frank Greenaway
DK Publishing
2004
72
0756607396
HARD COVER
Natural History
0
0
0
0
MIDDLE READERS (Age 9-12)
With 900 detailed illustrations, this slim book is a highly visual guide to cetaceans that will appeal to kids ages 9 to 12.
$16.99

Where Was Patrick Henry on the 29th of May?

USA43
Jean Fritz, Margot Tomes (Illustrator)
Penguin Putnam
1997
48
0698114396
PAPER
Biography/Memoir
0
0
0
0
MIDDLE READERS (Age 9-12)
A witty illustrated biography of the famous orator.
$6.99

Will You Sign Here, John Hancock?

USA42
Jean Fritz, Margot Tomes (Illustrator), Trina Schart Hyman (Illustrator)
Penguin Putnam
1999
48
069811440X
PAPER
Biography/Memoir
0
0
0
0
MIDDLE READERS (Age 9-12)
Favorite children's author Jean Fritz gamely tells the story of John Hancock. This cheerful, unsanctimonious biography of the man who so boldly signed the Declaration of Independence is ideal for middle school readers.
$6.99

Looking for Red

USE278
Angela Johnson
Simon and Schuster Inc.
2003
128
0689832532
PAPER
Literature
0
0
0
0
YOUNG ADULTS
An acclaimed novel about bereavement, set in a Cape Cod town. The sea is at the center of the story, for Mike's brother Red disappears into it. Ages 10-14.
$9.95

For Kids

Whale (Eyewitness Books)

BST10
Frank Greenaway
DK Publishing
2004
72
0756607396
HARD COVER
Natural History
0
0
0
0
MIDDLE READERS (Age 9-12)
With 900 detailed illustrations, this slim book is a highly visual guide to cetaceans that will appeal to kids ages 9 to 12.
$16.99

Birdie's Lighthouse

USE218
Kimberly Bulcken Root (Illustrator), Deborah Hopkinson
Simon and Schuster Inc.
2000
32
0689835299
PAPER
Literature
0
0
0
0
YOUNG READERS (Age 4-8)
A taut, compelling account of one little girl's brave vigil set on Turtle Island, Maine in 1855. Birdie Holland steps in to save the day when her father, the lighthouse keeper, falls ill. For readers ages 4 to 9.
$7.99

Stories from Where We Live, The North Atlantic Coast

USE252
Sara St. Antoine, Paul Mirocha (Illustrator), Trudy Nicholson (Illustrator)
Milkweed Editions
2004
290
1571316434
PAPER
Literature
0
0
0
0
MIDDLE READERS (Age 9-12)
A substantial anthology of writings about this North American ecoregion, from Newfoundland south to Delaware -- wonderfully useful as a young person's guide to people, nature and place. Ages 9 to 14.
$10.95

If You Lived at the Time of the American Revolution

USA41
Kay Moore, Daniel O'Leary (Illustrator)
Scholastic Inc.
1998
80
0590674447
PAPER
History
0
0
0
0
MIDDLE READERS (Age 9-12)
One in Scholastic's nonfiction series about daily life and customs throughout history, this one focusing on the eastern seaboard of the U.S. in the second half of the 18th century. With colorful illustrations and the kinds of interesting facts that draw young readers in.
$6.99

Will You Sign Here, John Hancock?

USA42
Jean Fritz, Margot Tomes (Illustrator), Trina Schart Hyman (Illustrator)
Penguin Putnam
1999
48
069811440X
PAPER
Biography/Memoir
0
0
0
0
MIDDLE READERS (Age 9-12)
Favorite children's author Jean Fritz gamely tells the story of John Hancock. This cheerful, unsanctimonious biography of the man who so boldly signed the Declaration of Independence is ideal for middle school readers.
$6.99

Where Was Patrick Henry on the 29th of May?

USA43
Jean Fritz, Margot Tomes (Illustrator)
Penguin Putnam
1997
48
0698114396
PAPER
Biography/Memoir
0
0
0
0
MIDDLE READERS (Age 9-12)
A witty illustrated biography of the famous orator.
$6.99

If You Lived at the Time of the Civil War

USA45
Kay Moore, Anni Matsick (Illustrator)
Scholastic Inc.
1994
64
0590454226
PAPER
History
0
0
0
0
MIDDLE READERS (Age 9-12)
Another entry in Scholastic's nonfiction series about daily life and customs throughout history, this one focusing on 1860-65. With vibrant, detailed illustrations and the kinds of interesting facts that draw young readers in. Ages 9-12.
$6.99

Eyewitness Civil War

USA46
John Stanchak
DK Publishing
2015
72
1465433600
HARD COVER
History
0
0
0
0
MIDDLE READERS (Age 9-12)
The Civil War gets the big-picture treatment in this Eyewitness book, which features photographs and illustrations of costumes, household appliances, weapons and other artifacts.
$19.99

Seabird

OCE79
Holling C. Holling
1978
PAPER
Literature
61
0395266815
Houghton Mifflin Company
0
0
0
0
MIDDLE READERS (Age 9-12)
Across four generations and around the world, by whaler, clipper, steamer and airplane, Holling traces American seafaring through the eyes of an ivory gull in this illustrated classic. Ages 9-12
$11.95

Looking for Red

USE278
Angela Johnson
Simon and Schuster Inc.
2003
128
0689832532
PAPER
Literature
0
0
0
0
YOUNG ADULTS
An acclaimed novel about bereavement, set in a Cape Cod town. The sea is at the center of the story, for Mike's brother Red disappears into it. Ages 10-14.
$9.95

The Midnight Ride of Paul Revere

BOS18
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Christopher Bing (Illustrator)
Aa Balkema
2001
40
1929766130
HARD COVER
Literature
0
0
0
0
MIDDLE READERS (Age 9-12)
A beautifully illustrated rendering of Longfellow's classic poem for children 7 to 10.
$18.99

Homer Price

USE295
Robert McCloskey
Puffin
1943
146
0670377295
HARD COVER
Literature
0
0
0
0
MIDDLE READERS (Age 9-12)
The first six episodes in the life of Homer Price, pitched at ages 8-12, including one in which Homer and his pet skunk capture robbers and another about a donut machine on the rampage.
$16.99