Books in category Travel – United States

  • Boston

    Jonathan M. Beagle Ph.D.

    BEagle's engaging and knowledgeable commentary, along with the wealth of photographs, provide the perfect introduction to Boston for any native, visitor, or armchair traveler.

  • Haunted New Jersey

    Haunted New Jersey
    Patricia A. Martinelli, Charles A. Stansfield Jr.

    A fun look at unexplained phenomena in New Jersey, featuring information on ghost tours in the state.

  • Buffalo River Handbook

    Buffalo River Handbook
    Kenneth L. Smith

    Ken Smith's life-long accumulation of knowledge about the Buffalo River country, including complete trail and river guides and a fascinating sourcebook for geology and history of the Buffalo river area.

  • Kauai Underground Guide

    Kauai Underground Guide
    Lenore W. Horowitz, Mirah A. Horowitz

    Praised as “the bible" for Kauai (Travel & Leisure) and “a must for visitors” (Honolulu Advertiser), the newest edition (the 19th) of Kauai Underground Guide remains the longtime favorite for finding Kauai’s best beaches, …

  • Laker Girl

    Laker Girl
    Jeanie Buss, Steve Springer

    In this updated edition, Buss discusses her recent engagement to Phil Jackson and looks back on the Lakers' eventful past three seasons—an era that has included multiple coaching changes, changes in the front office, a new TV deal, and …

  • Empire State

    Empire State
    Jason Shiga

    Praise for Empire State: "He [Shiga] displays a wicked sense of comic timing." -Publishers Weekly "Empire State: A Love Story (Or Not) is funny, sweet, geeky and affecting, and definitely worth a read.

  • Spooky Southwest

    Spooky Southwest
    S. E. Schlosser

    Whether read around the campfire on a dark and stormy night or from the backseat of the family van on the way to grandma’s, this is a collection to treasure.

  • Southern California an Island on the Land

    Southern California: an Island on the Land
    Carey McWilliams

    This book was originally published in 1946. This reprint edition has been continuously in print from Gibbs Smith, Publisher since 1973.

  • Lonely Planet New Orleans

    Lonely Planet New Orleans
    Lonely Planet, Amy C Balfour, Adam Karlin

    Lonely Planet: The world's leading travel guide publisher Lonely Planet New Orleans is your passport to the most relevant, up-to-date advice on what to see and skip, and what hidden discoveries await you.

  • Every Person in New York

    Every Person in New York
    Jason Polan

    As full as a phone book and as invigorating as a walk down a bustling New York street, this is a new kind of love letter to a beloved city and the people who live there.

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