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Journalism & Literature 1

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History 2–5 Environment 6–7 Art, Architecture, & Photography 8

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Dance & Music 9

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Travel & Outdoor Activities 12–13 Plants & Animals 14–15 Space 16 Order Form Inside back cover

$5 deals Key Lime Desserts Joyce LaFray Paperback $6.95 $5.00

The Mojito

Postcards from Journal of Light

Heather McPherson

John Moran

Paperback $12.95 $5.00

6 x 4 | 13 color postcards Paperback $9.95 $5.00

Orange Recipes Famous Recipes from Famous Places

Postcards from The Highwaymen

Joyce LaFray

Gary Monroe

Paperback $5.95 $4.00

6 x 4 | 13 color postcards Paperback $9.95 $5.00

Florida’s Unexpected Wildlife Exotic Species, Living Fossils, and Mythical Beasts in the Sunshine State Michael Newton Paperback $21.00 $5.00

Postcards from Florida Cowboys Carlton Ward Jr. 6 x 4 | 13 color postcards Paperback $9.95 $5.00

Everyday Adventures

Postcards from Dream Houses

A Florida Outdoors Guide

Joie Wilson and Penny Taylor

Terry Tomalin

6 x 4 | 13 color postcards Paperback $9.95 $5.00

Paperback $14.95 $5.00

Daytona before NASCAR

The Minibook of Minigolf

Dick Punnett

Tim Hollis

Paperback $25.00 $5.00

6 x 4 1/2 | 172 color photos Paperback $14.95 $5.00

Beach Racers

100% Pure Florida Fiction Edited by Susan Hubbard and Robley Wilson Paperback $16.95 $5.00


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Paradise Screwed

The State You’re In

Selected Columns of Carl Hiaasen

Florida Men, Florida Women, and Other Wildlife

Carl Hiaasen Edited by Diane Stevenson

Craig Pittman

Paperback $24.95 $18.00

The Thing about Florida Exploring a Misunderstood State Tyler Gillespie

Hardcover $26.95 $20.00

“[A] romp of an anthology.”—Flamingo

Nine Florida Stories by Marjory Stoneman Douglas

Hardcover $24.95 $20.00

Marjory Stoneman Douglas Edited by Kevin M. McCarthy

In Season

Paperback $19.95 $14.00

Stories of Discovery, Loss, Home, and Places In Between Edited by Jim Ross Hardcover $24.95 $18.00

Matecumbe James A. Michener Paperback $21.00 $15.00

Son of Real Florida

Short Stories by Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings

Stories from My Life

Majorie Kinnan Rawlings Edited by Rodger L. Tarr

Jeff Klinkenberg

Paperback $24.95 $18.00

Home in Florida Latinx Writers and the Literature of Uprootedness Edited by Anjanette Delgado Hardcover $26.95 $20.00

“Shimmering and sharp, lush with laughter and lament, this multifaceted Latinx love letter to Florida reveals worlds within worlds.” —Joy Castro, author of Island of Bones: Essays

Hardcover $24.95 $18.00

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Florida History The Nine Lives of Florida’s Famous Key Marco Cat

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Before the Pioneers

Austin J. Bell

Indians, Settlers, Slaves, and the Founding of Miami

Hardcover $26.95 $20.00

Andrew K. Frank

“An outstanding book on one of North America’s most iconic artifacts. We follow the Cat from its origins as a tree in a forest a few centuries ago to its manufacture and use by Native Americans in Florida to its rediscovery by archaeologists in 1896 and its continuing odyssey.” —Torben C. Rick, curator of North American Archaeology, Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History

Paperback $16.95 $13.00

We Will Always Be Here Native Peoples on Living and Thriving in the South Edited by Denise E. Bates Hardcover $39.95 $24.00

“Essential. . . . These are stories of persistence in the face of incredible opposition and difficulty, of personal strength and community resilience.” —Native American and Indigenous Studies

Made in Florida Artists, Celebrities, Activists, Educators, and Other Icons in the Sunshine State Art Levy Hardcover $24.95 $18.00

The History of Florida Edited by Michael Gannon Paperback $29.95 $22.00

This is the heralded “definitive history” of Florida. No other book so fully or accurately captures the highs and lows, the grandeur and the craziness, the horrors and the glories of the past 500 years in the Land of Sunshine.

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This Day in Florida History Andrew K. Frank, J. Hendry Miller, and Tarah Luke Paperback $24.95 $18.00

Making Waves Female Activists in Twentieth-Century Florida Edited by Jack E. Davis and Kari Frederickson Paperback $28.00 $18.00

Including Ruth Bryan Owen, Florida’s first congresswoman; Mary McLeod Bethune, founder of Bethune-Cookman College; Betty Mae Tiger Jumper, the first chairwoman of the Seminole Tribe; and many others, Making Waves examines the lives and works of women activists in Florida.


“The lushly illustrated Africa in Florida [is] a look at the history of the Africans on the peninsula—beginning with Ponce de León’s 1513 voyage.” —Forum Magazine

Africa in Florida Five Hundred Years of African Presence in the Sunshine State Edited by Amanda B. Carlson and Robin Poynor FLORIDA BOOK AWARDS, GOLD MEDAL FOR VISUAL ARTS

Paperback $31.95 $24.00

From Saloons to Steak Houses

Anna Madgigine Jai Kingsley

A History of Tampa Andrew T. Huse

African Princess, Florida Slave, Plantation Slaveowner

Hardcover $28.00 $22.00

Daniel L. Schafer

“This rollicking ride through Tampa history captures the flavor of the city through the stories of some of its most colorful and legendary people and places. From bootleggers and jook joints to labor strikes and sit-ins, this is social history at its finest.” —Janine Farver, former executive director, Florida Humanities Council

Queering the Redneck Riviera Sexuality and the Rise of Florida Tourism

revised and expanded edition FLORIDA HISTORICAL SOCIETY CHARLTON TEBEAU AWARD

Paperback $19.95 $15.00

Yamato Colony The Pioneers Who Brought Japan to Florida Ryusuke Kawai Translated by John Gregersen and Reiko Nishioka

Jerry T. Watkins III

FLORIDA HISTORICAL SOCIETY HARRY T. AND HARRIETTE V. MOORE AWARD

Paperback $24.95 $18.00

Paperback $19.95 $15.00

White Sand Black Beach

Roaring Reptiles, Bountiful Citrus, and Neon Pies

Civil Rights, Public Space, and Miami’s Virginia Key Gregory W. Bush

An Unofficial Guide to Florida’s Official Symbols

FLORIDA BOOK AWARDS, SILVER MEDAL FOR FLORIDA NONFICTION

Mark Lane

FLORIDA HISTORICAL SOCIETY HARRY T. AND HARIETTE V. MOORE AWARD

FLORIDA HISTORICAL SOCIETY CHARLTON TEBEAU AWARD

Hardcover $29.95 $22.00

Hardcover $19.95 $16.00

“[A] triumph.”—Florida Historical Quarterly

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“Explores the daring, heroic, complex, ever-changing, sometimes humdrum, sometimes crooked people and events that created today’s Gold Coast, Space Coast, Tampa Bay, Redneck Riviera and, of course, Disney World. Mormino tells a good story, no small achievement in light of the complex historical and current material he blends in providing Floridians a panorama of how our Florida came into being.”—South Florida Sun-Sentinel Land of Sunshine, State of Dreams A Social History of Modern Florida Gary R. Mormino

The Extraordinary Life of Jane Wood Reno

FLORIDA HISTORICAL SOCIETY CHARLTON TEBEAU AWARD

Miami’s Trailblazing Journalist

Paperback $24.95 $18.00

George Hurchalla FLORIDA HISTORICAL SOCIETY CHARLTON TEBEAU AWARD

Hardcover $29.95 $22.00

The Governors of Florida Edited by R. Boyd Murphree and Robert A. Taylor FLORIDA BOOK AWARDS, GOLD MEDAL FOR FLORIDA NONFICTION

Hardcover $90.00 $45.00

“A go-to book for all who want to know more about how Florida emerged from a wilderness territory to become the third most populous state in the country.”—from the foreword by Bob Martinez, former governor of Florida

Fifty Years of Justice A History of the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida James M. Denham Hardcover $20.00 $18.00

“Brilliant, adventurous, and defiantly determined, Reno is a pioneering woman who should not be overlooked. Readers will be thrilled, and book groups will relish discussions of this amazing life.” —Booklist

Chesterfield Smith, America’s Lawyer Mary E. Adkins FLORIDA HISTORICAL SOCIETY REMBERT PATRICK AWARD

Hardcover $35.00 $25.00

Black Miami in the Twentieth Century Marvin Dunn FLORIDA TRUST FOR HISTORIC PRESERVATION AWARD FLORIDA HISTORICAL SOCIETY HARRY T. AND HARRIETTE V. MOORE AWARD

Paperback $29.95 $22.00

Florida’s Minority Trailblazers The Men and Women Who Changed the Face of Florida Government Susan A. MacManus Hardcover $75.00 $35.00

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La Florida Five Hundred Years of Hispanic Presence Edited by Viviana Díaz Balsera and Rachel A. May FLORIDA BOOK AWARDS, GOLD MEDAL FOR FLORIDA NONFICTION

Paperback $29.95 $22.00

Unconquered People Florida’s Seminole and Miccosukee Indians Brent Richards Weisman Paperback $19.95 $14.00

“A Florida classic. . . . This is the best book-length account of the culture and history of the Seminole people.”—William C. Sturtevant, Smithsonian Institution

“A splendid, highly readable collection that reflects substantial new research and findings on Hispanic influence in Florida.” —Ralph Lee Woodward, author of Central America: A Nation Divided

Voices from Mariel

A Seminole Legend

Oral Histories of the 1980 Cuban Boatlift

The Life of Betty Mae Tiger Jumper

José Manuel García

Betty Mae Tiger Jumper and Patsy West

Hardcover $24.95 $18.00

Hardcover $24.95 $18.00

Tossed to the Wind

The life and times of the first female head of the Seminole Tribe, the most decorated member of the Seminole Tribe of Florida.

The Black Seminoles History of a Freedom-Seeking People Kenneth W. Porter Edited by Alcione M. Amos and Thomas P. Senter Paperback $24.95 $18.00

“This fascinating story chronicles the lives of fugitive slaves who aligned themselves with Seminole Indians in Florida beginning in the early 1800s.”

Stories of Hurricane Maria Survivors María T. Padilla and Nancy Rosado Hardcover $24.95 $18.00

Bay of Pigs An Oral History of Brigade 2506 Victor Andres Triay FLORIDA HISTORICAL SOCIETY SAMUEL PROCTOR AWARD

Paperback $21.95 $16.00

“Triay’s book . . . captures the views and experiences of an entire generation.”—Miami Herald

—Library Journal

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Florida Environment The Wilder Heart of Florida

Travels on the St. Johns River

More Writers Inspired by Florida Nature

John Bartram and William Bartram Edited by Thomas Hallock and Richard Franz

Edited by Jack E. Davis and Leslie K. Poole Hardcover $26.95 $20.00

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“This collection . . . points to the need to keep the pressure on to save the ever shrinking wild areas and denizens of our fair state.” —Florida Times-Union

“Capture[s] Florida’s current precarious state of balance.” —Tampa Bay Times

Hardcover $29.95 $22.00

“A fascinating look at our river in a more pristine time.”—Florida Times-Union

Journeys Through Paradise Pioneering Naturalists in the Southeast Gail Fishman Hardcover $24.95 $18.00

“Tracks the expeditions of preservationists John James Audubon, John Muir and more.”—Publishers Weekly

Everglades Patrol Tom Shirley Paperback $19.95 $15.00

“When it comes to the Everglades, few people share Shirley’s knowledge and perspective.”—Tampa Bay Times

Drawn to the Deep The Remarkable Underwater Explorations of Wes Skiles Julie Hauserman NATIONAL OUTDOOR BOOK AWARD, HISTORY/ BIOGRAPHY CATEGORY

Hardcover $24.95 $18.00

“Journalist Hauserman does justice to the remarkable life of an explorer dubbed ‘Florida’s Jacques Cousteau.’” —Publishers Weekly

Bad Guys, Bullets, and Boat Chases True Stories of Florida Game Wardens Bob H. Lee Hardcover $24.95 $18.00

Florida’s Healing Waters Gilded Age Mineral Springs, Seaside Resorts, and Health Spas Rick Kilby FLORIDA BOOK AWARDS, SILVER MEDAL FOR FLORIDA NONFICTION FLORIDA HISTORICAL SOCIETY STETSON KENNEDY AWARD

Paperback $29.95 $24.00

“Combines exquisite imagery with a unique interpretation of Florida’s natural and cultural history.” —Peggy Macdonald, author of Marjorie Harris Carr: Defender of Florida’s Environment

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“A thorough and essential compilation of writing on the bays and bayous of the largest area of wetlands in the United States.” —ISLE: Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature and Environment

The Gulf South An Anthology of Environmental Writing Edited by Tori Bush and Richard Goodman Hardcover $45.00 $30.00

Geologic History of Florida

Drying Up

Major Events That Formed the Sunshine State

The Fresh Water Crisis in Florida

Albert C. Hine

John M. Dunn

Paperback $29.95 $22.00

FLORIDA HISTORICAL SOCIETY STETSON KENNEDY AWARD

“An excellent summary of [Florida’s] geologic history which is comprehensive and, at the same time, readable.”—Geological Quarterly

Florida Weather and Climate More Than Just Sunshine Jennifer M. Collins, Robert V. Rohli, and Charles H. Paxton Paperback $26.95 $20.00

“A valuable introductory resource for any individual investigating Florida’s weather and weather systems.” —Choice

FLORIDA BOOK AWARD FOR FLORIDA NONFICTION, BRONZE

Hardcover $24.95 $18.00

Seeking the American Tropics South Florida’s Early Naturalists James A. Kushlan FLORIDA BOOK AWARD FOR FLORIDA NONFICTION, SILVER

Hardcover $26.95 $20.00

Indian River Lagoon An Environmental History

Sea Level Rise in Florida

Nathaniel Osborn

Science, Impacts, and Options

FLORIDA HISTORICAL SOCIETY STETSON KENNEDY BOOK AWARD

Albert C. Hine, Don P. Chambers, Tonya D. Clayton, Mark R. Hafen, and Gary T. Mitchum Hardcover $34.95 $24.00

“This compact, well-illustrated volume clarifies the forces that cause sea level change and the consequences of such change. . . . A marvelous resource that brings together the thinking of commited experts in an attractive, coherent and positive manner.” —Florida Weekly

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Paperback $22.95 $16.00

“[A] fascinating concise study of this unique piece of Florida real estate.” —Florida Times-Union

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Art, Architecture, & Photography Alfred Hair Heart of the Highwaymen Gary Monroe

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10 x 8 | 74 color photos | Hardcover $40.00 $30.00

“A brilliant portrait of a young artist who died before witnessing his impact on a generation of regional artists and art collectors.”—Publishers Weekly

The Highwaymen Florida’s African-American Landscape Painters Gary Monroe 10 x 8 | 63 color photos | Hardcover $34.95 $24.00

“These colorful landscapes were ubiquitous decorations in Florida homes, offices, restaurants, and motel rooms. They shaped the state’s popular image as much as oranges and alligators.” —New York Times

Florida Cowboys

The Art of Birds Grace and Motion in the Wild Jim Miller 8 x 10 | 120 color photos | Hardcover $39.95 $30.00

“The Art of Birds matches deeply evocative photographs to the best observations of Florida birdlife from past centuries. The book left me with a fresh desire to explore our parks and public lands anew, to feel how wild birds make the place.”—Eric Draper, director, Florida State Parks

Keepers of the Last Frontier Photographs by Carlton Ward Jr. 11 x 9 | 284 color photos | Hardcover $45.00 $30.00

“Without its lush ranchlands, there would be precious little left to see of old Florida, and nowhere for some of our most endangered wildlife to survive. Carlton Ward’s colorful tribute to this dwindling frontier is also a call to save what remains of it. The alternative is unthinkable.”—Carl Hiaasen

Journal of Light The Visual Diary of a Florida Nature Photographer John Moran 10 x 8 | 73 color photos | Hardcover $34.95 $24.00

“A breathtaking collection.” —Orlando Magazine

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The Last Resort Jewish South Beach, 1977–1986 Gary Monroe 10 x 8 | 63 color photos | Hardcover $40.00 $30.00

“In dozens of evocative black and white pictures, Mr. Monroe captured the Old World ambience of Jewish South Beach in its heyday. . . . The Last Resort reconstructs this exceptional period of South Florida history.”—Miami Today


Dance & Music NEW

Being a Ballerina The Power and Perfection of a Dancing Life Gavin Larsen Paperback $26.95 $20.00

“A luminous new memoir. . . . Poignant . . . Both a personal account and a universal take on the life of a professional ballet dancer.” —New York Times

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Dancing Past the Light

A Punkhouse in the Deep South

The Life of Tanaquil Le Clercq

The Oral History of 309

Orel Protopopescu

Aaron Cometbus and Scott Satterwhite

Hardcover $35.00 $28.00

Paperback $19.95 $16.00

“[A] rich, compelling biography. . . . This thoughtful and elegant narrative is full of wonderful stories about the world of ballet. A fitting tribute to the life and legacy of a beloved dancer that will enthrall balletomanes everywhere.”—Library Journal, Starred Review

Jacksonville and the Roots of Southern Rock Michael Ray FitzGerald Hardcover $28.00 $22.00

Music Everywhere

“A ray of light from a completely unexpected direction: a lucid, humble, sweet-natured account of building a small DIY utopia that would continue to flourish for more than 25 years in ostensibly hostile terrain.” —Luc Sante, author of Low Life

The Rock and Roll Roots of a Southern Town Marty Jourard FLORIDA BOOK AWARD FOR FLORIDA NONFICTION, BRONZE

Todd Bolender, Janet Reed, and the Making of American Ballet

Hardcover $19.95 $16.00

Martha Ullman West Hardcover $45.00 $30.00

“An engagingly written account of dancers who surmounted every obstacle, foreign and domestic, to help bring about the creation of American ballet.” —Lewis Segal, former dance critic, Los Angeles Times

Balanchine’s Apprentice From Hollywood to New York and Back John Clifford Hardcover $30.00 $24.00

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“A close-up look by an astute and engaging observer, neither self-important nor falsely modest, at one of the supreme artists of the past century and a celebration of the astonishing work and the astonishing company he created.”—Wall Street Journal

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The Versailles Restaurant Cookbook

Pickled, Fried, and Fresh

Field to Feast

Ana Quincoces and Nicole Valls

Bert Gill’s Southern Flavors

Recipes Celebrating Florida Farmers, Chefs, and Artisans

Hardcover $30.00 $22.00

“Not only includes recipes for so many specialties of this Little Havana institution, but wonderful reminiscences.”—Miami Herald

The Columbia Restaurant Spanish Cookbook Adela Hernandez Gonzmart and Ferdie Pacheco

Bert Gill with Erika Nelson 60 color photos | Hardcover $26.95 $20.00

“Genuine and generous, Gill brings a big city perspective with passion and understanding of the importance of North Florida foodways.”—Matt Jamie, founder, Bourbon Barrel Foods

Key Lime Cookin’

anniversary edition

Joyce LaFray

Hardcover $24.95 $18.00

Paperback $8.95 $6.00

This special 115th anniversary edition of The Columbia Restaurant Spanish Cookbook features a touching foreword by Andrea Gonzmart Williams, granddaughter of Adela.

Cuban Home Cooking

“With fantastic recipes from true Conchs (native residents of the Keys), as well as from Florida and Caribbean restaurants, Joyce LaFray’s new, revised Key Lime Cookin’ is a great addition to your gourmet library.”—Tampa Bay Magazine

Favorite Recipes from a Cuban Home Kitchen

Mango

Jane Cossio and Joyce LaFray

Jen Karetnick

revised edition

Paperback $12.95 $8.00

Cuban Home Cooking will inspire you to stock your kitchen with cumin, oregano, saffron, and peppers, put on your apron, and fire up your stove!

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Hardcover $24.95 $18.00

“A mango bible. Great recipes, delightful prose— everything you need to know about this luscious fruit.”—Linda Gassenheimer, author of Dinner in Minutes: Memorable Meals for Busy Cooks

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Pam Brandon, Katie Farmand, and Heather McPherson 155 color photos | Hardcover $28.00 $20.00

“If you crave a diversion from Mickey Mouse or a coastline, consider an agricultural excursion in the Sunshine State. You’ll find a wealth of ideas in Field to Feast. . . . The lavishly illustrated book . . . serves not only as a cookbook but also a go-to guide.”—Boston Globe

Good Catch Recipes and Stories Celebrating the Best of Florida’s Waters Pam Brandon, Katie Farmand, and Heather McPherson 150 color photos | Hardcover $28.00 $20.00

“An invaluable source for seafood lovers everywhere, leaving you hungry to bring these inspired dishes into your own kitchen.” —Emeril Lagasse


“Diaz shares her deeply personal story of family and food, resulting in one of the best-ever memoirs with recipes.”

Cooking

—Food & Wine

Coconuts and Collards Recipes and Stories from Puerto Rico to the Deep South Von Diaz FINALIST, INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF CULINARY PROFESSIONALS COOKBOOK AWARDS, LITERARY OR HISTORICAL FOOD WRITING CATEGORY

61 color photos | Hardcover $28.00 $22.00

Sallie Ann Robinson’s Kitchen Food and Family Lore from the Lowcountry Sallie Ann Robinson 75 color photos | Hardcover $28.00 $22.00

“Part personal narrative, part culinary and cultural archive, [Robinson’s] newest cookbook . . . documents the variety of dishes passed down through Gullah families for generations.” —Southern Living

“Coconuts and Collards is about the complex blend of history and agriculture that have shaped the island’s food and how Diaz found a way to blend two distinct cultures in a way that felt true to her own life.”—Bon Appétit “The recipes aren’t strictly Puerto Rican and they aren’t strictly Southern—they’re Diaz’s own, based on her personal food history and her love of both cuisines.”—Epicurious

Taste the Islands Culinary Adventures in a Caribbean Kitchen Hugh Sinclair, Cynthia Verna, and Calibe Thompson 100 color photos | Hardcover $28.00 $22.00

“[A] flavor-packed collection of zesty island favorites. . . . Will easily appeal to fans of Caribbean cuisine as well as those yearning for island life.”—Publishers Weekly “The authors incorporate their knowledge of the region’s history, noting native traditions and colonial influences, as well as the variety present in today’s Caribbean cuisine, influenced as it has been by the international nature of the contemporary culinary scene. This perspective results in a nuanced approach which is enriched by the joy the chefs clearly find in their work.”—Booklist

Norman Van Aken’s Florida Kitchen Norman Van Aken GOURMAND INTERNATIONAL WORLD COOKBOOK AWARDS, SELECTED TO REPRESENT THE USA IN THE LOCAL CATEGORY FLORIDA BOOK AWARDS, GOLD MEDAL FOR COOKING

Hardcover $28.00 $22.00

“In his love letter to Florida’s abundant seafood, tropical produce and multicultural flavors, Norman Van Aken weaves lore and stories among his recipes.” —Edible South Florida

“Densely laden with impeccable recipes and shout-outs to local producers, the book is a story of one chef continuing to discover the quilt of Florida cooking, for all of us.” —Orlando Magazine UPRESS.UFL.EDU | USE DISCOUNT CODE XM21

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Travel NEW

Imperiled Reef

Backroads of Paradise

Sandy Sheehy

A Journey to Rediscover Old Florida

Hardcover $28.00 $22.00

Cathy Salustri

“Australia’s Great Barrier Reef often hogs the spotlight, but as Sheehy’s book shows, the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef fringing the tropical Atlantic coast of the Americas is no less remarkable. You’ll meet the corals that build it and the charismatic creatures that call it home and make it function. Equally important, you’ll get to know the people dedicating their lives to the reef and learn what you can do to help it thrive.”—Nancy Knowlton, author of Citizens of the Sea: Wondrous Creatures from the Census of Marine Life

“[An] impassioned study. . . . There is much to savor in Sheehy’s paean to a unique ecosystem.” —Publishers Weekly

Paperback $19.95 $15.00

“[Salustri] delights in letting people know that to really discover Florida, you have to turn off the congested interstates and explore the state’s towns and cities.”—New York Times

Walking St. Augustine An Illustrated Guide and Pocket History to America’s Oldest City Elsbeth “Buff” Gordon Paperback $14.95 $12.00

“Grab this book—you will never find this information on a travel website.”—Kathleen Deagan, coauthor of Fort Mose: Colonial America’s Black Fortress of Freedom

Fringe Florida Travels among Mud Boggers, Furries, Ufologists, Nudists, and Other Lovers of Unconventional Lifestyles

The Great Florida Craft Beer Guide Mark DeNote Paperback $19.95 $13.00

“Well-researched tidbits of regional brewing history.”—Orlando Sentinel

Lynn Waddell CREATIVE LOAFING TAMPA BEST OF THE BAY AWARDS, “BEST JOURNEY INTO FLORIDA’S UNDERBELLY”

Paperback $19.95 $14.00

“A fascinating, mind-opening read.”—The Rumpus “An intriguing guide off the beaten path for those looking to escape life’s winter blahs in any season.” —Booklist

Portraits of Cuba Daniel Duncan, Marcela Vásquez-León, and Dereka Rushbrook 8 x 10 | 215 color photos Hardcover $34.95 $26.00

“This vibrant work explores everyday life in contemporary Cuba. . . . The accessibly written entries are packed with information. . . . Those interested in Cuban culture, as well as armchair travelers, will find plenty to appreciate.”—Publishers Weekly 12

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Outdoor Activities Backcountry Trails of Florida

The Greenway Imperative

A Guide to Hiking Florida’s Water Management Districts

Connecting Communities and Landscapes for a Sustainable Future

Terri Mashour

Charles A. Flink

Paperback $19.95 $15.00

Hardcover $28.95 $22.00

“A revelation for hikers. Mashour knows the backcountry of Florida like few others.”—Robert Silk, author of An Ecotourist’s Guide to the Everglades and the Florida Keys

The Hiking Trails of Florida’s National Forests, Parks, and Preserves Johnny Molloy and Sandra Friend second edition

Paperback $16.95 $12.00

“Not only does Molloy give clear, evocative descriptions of each trail, he provides distances, hazards, the best season to make the hike, and where to get maps. . . . This book should be in every hiker’s backpack.”—Outdoor Adventure

A Paddler’s Guide to Everglades National Park Johnny Molloy third edition

Paperback $19.95 $15.00

“From lists of necessary tools for a safe, dry and successful adventure to locating ground and beach campsites for weary campers to rest their boards, the guide works.”—St. Petersburg Times

Beach and Coastal Camping in Florida Johnny Molloy second edition

Paperback $16.95 $12.00

“[Flink] draws from his professional experience in greenway design and development to reveal the world’s growing need for such spaces and the processes used to bring them to life.”—Landscape Architecture Magazine

Florida’s Paved Bike Trails Jeff Kunerth and Gretchen Kunerth third edition

Paperback $24.95 $19.00

Urban Ecology for Citizens and Planners Gail Hansen and Joseli Macedo Hardcover $45.00 $30.00

“A timely, valuable guide for citizens and planners to apply ecological knowledge in the shaping of our cities.”—Frederick Steiner, author of Making Plans: How to Engage with Landscape, Design, and the Urban Environment

An Ecotourist’s Guide to the Everglades and the Florida Keys Robert Silk

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Plants “A love letter to the cabbage palm.” —Sarasota Magazine

NEW The Palmetto Book

Healing Plants

Histories and Mysteries of the Cabbage Palm

Medicine of the Florida Seminole Indians

Jono Miller

Alice Micco Snow and Susan Enns Stans

Hardcover $28.00 $22.00

Paperback $19.95 $15.00

“Miller invites his readers on an engaging ramble from Charleston to Waccasassa Bay in a collection of beautifully illustrated and fully documented stories. Along the way, Miller shows us how these evocative native palms are woven into three centuries of southeastern tradition and history.”—Susan Cerulean, author of I Have Been Assigned the Single Bird: A Daughter’s Memoir

Organic Methods for Vegetable Gardening in Florida Ginny Stibolt and Melissa Contreras Paperback $24.95 $18.00

“This book will help you create a garden that will produce food for yourself and your family, whether you live in Florida or not.”—Nell Newman, president of Newman’s Own Organics

The Nature of Plants An Introduction to How Plants Work

Florida’s Edible Wild Plants A Guide to Collecting and Cooking Peggy Sias Lantz Paperback $16.95 $13.00

Peggy Lantz demystifies the process of foraging to help you find edible wild plants that grow right in your backyard.

Native Florida Plants for Shady Landscapes Craig N. Huegel Paperback $24.95 $18.00

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Craig N. Huegel Paperback $24.95 $20.00

“[A] superbly well-explained primer. . . . This is an outstanding introduction that will serve avid gardeners well, and may also sway those who previously viewed plant life as inert and absent of interest.” —Publishers Weekly

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Picturing the Space Shuttle The Early Years

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