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Postcards from The Highwaymen

The Mojito

Gary Monroe

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Seminole Indian Recipes Joyce LaFray Paperback $8.95 $5.00

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

Everyday Adventures A Florida Outdoors Guide

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Terry Tomalin Paperback $14.95 $5.00


Fiction • Essays

Short Stories by Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings

The Tropic of Cracker

Son of Real Florida

Al Burt

Stories from My Life

Majorie Kinnan Rawlings Edited by Rodger L. Tarr

Paperback $19.95 $14.00

Jeff Klinkenberg

Paradise Screwed

Hardcover $24.95 $20.00

Paperback $24.95 $18.00

This volume collects, for the first time, the twenty-three published short stories of the Pulitzer Prize–winning novelist Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings.

Selected Columns of Carl Hiaasen

In Season

Carl Hiaasen Edited by Diane Stevenson

Stories of Discovery, Loss, Home, and Places In Between

Paperback $24.95 $18.00

Edited by Jim Ross

Kick Ass Selected Columns of Carl Hiaasen Carl Hiaasen Edited by Diane Stevenson Paperback $24.95 $18.00

The Remarkable Kinship of Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings and Ellen Glasgow Ashley Andrews Lear

FLORIDA BOOK AWARDS, SILVER MEDAL FOR FLORIDA NONFICTION

Hardcover $24.95 $20.00

Wasp Box Jason Ockert Paperback $19.95 $15.00

Knives, Forks, Scissors, Flames Stefan Kiesbye Paperback $19.95 $15.00

Hardcover $29.95 $22.00

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Florida History

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Made in Florida

Anna Madgigine Jai Kingsley

Artists, Celebrities, Activists, Educators, and Other Icons in the Sunshine State

African Princess, Florida Slave, Plantation Slaveowner

Art Levy

Daniel L. Schafer

Hardcover $24.95 $20.00

revised and expanded edition

“Inspiring and compelling. These stories resonate with life lessons that we all should read and ponder: the importance of hard work, the value of rejection, and a genuine affection for the Sunshine State.” —Gary R. Mormino, author of Land of Sunshine, State of Dreams: A Social History of Modern Florida

FLORIDA HISTORICAL SOCIETY CHARLTON TEBEAU AWARD

Paperback $19.95 $15.00

“A fascinating look at an extraordinary woman.” —Booklist

A Journey into Florida Railroad History Gregg M. Turner FLORIDA BOOK AWARD FOR FLORIDA NONFICTION, BRONZE

Paperback $19.95 $14.00

When Steamboats Reigned in Florida Bob Bass Hardcover $27.50 $18.00

Before the Pioneers Indians, Settlers, Slaves, and the Founding of Miami Andrew K. Frank Paperback $16.95 $13.00

“In this riveting account, Frank moves beyond stories of recent development to uncover the deep history of a place profoundly shaped by mound-builders, slaves, raiders, and traders. This book will change the way you think about Florida history.”—Christina Snyder, author of Slavery in Indian Country

Jacksonville The Consolidation Story, from Civil Rights to the Jaguars James B. Crooks Paperback $24.95 $18.00

How the city transformed from corruption and segregation to become a prosperous, mainstream metropolis.

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

“The standard reference.” —Orlando Sentinel

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The Allure of Immortality

Roaring Reptiles, Bountiful Citrus, and Neon Pies

An American Cult, a Florida Swamp, and a Renegade Prophet

An Unofficial Guide to Florida’s Official Symbols

Lyn Millner

Mark Lane

Paperback $19.95 $15.00

Hardcover $19.95 $16.00

“Relates the headshaking tale of how Teed converted two hundred seekers into celibate Koreshans and led them from Chicago to a Southwest Florida promised land, based on a religion-science . . . and the irresistible idea that the entire universe was contained in a hollow earth.”—Foreword Reviews

Up for Grabs A Trip Through Time and Space in the Sunshine State John Rothchild Paperback $19.95 $15.00

“A story of rapacity and gall told with bemused admiration for the waves of visionaries and scamps who have left their mark on the Sunshine State.” —Time

Some Kind of Paradise A Chronicle of Man and the Land in Florida Mark Derr Paperback $21.95 $15.00

“The history of Florida is the story of North America in miniature. . . . [Derr] writes with a journalist’s eye for telling details and an antiquarian’s fondness for digression and quirky facts. . . . The state’s tortuous journey from one extreme to the other is [his] subject, and he tackles it with brilliance and bravado.” —New York Times Book Review

Power and Paradise in Walt Disney’s World

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“This old Florida boy has been waiting for such a book for a coon’s age. I learned a lot about the origins of our state’s symbols and laughed a lot while reading. It’s a great combination, like butter and grits.” —Jeff Klinkenberg, author of Son of Real Florida: Stories from My Life

St. Augustine’s Ghosts The History behind the Hauntings Karen Harvey Paperback $12.95 $9.00

The Scent of Scandal Greed, Betrayal, and the World’s Most Beautiful Orchid Craig Pittman FLORIDA BOOK AWARD FOR FLORIDA NONFICTION, SILVER

Paperback $20.95 $15.00

“Takes readers on a wild globetrotting trek.”—South Florida Sun-Sentinel

Cher Krause Knight Paperback $19.95 $15.00

“[An] accessible overview of how Disney imagines its ‘magic’ to work.”—Florida Historical Quarterly

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“Despite a tight-lipped, clannish culture of secrecy among his peers, despite people calling him crazy and warning him not to go further toward danger, Wes Skiles became one of the rare cave divers who climbed out of the depths to tell us where our water comes from, where it’s going, and what we need to do to keep it clean.” —Julie Hauserman, Drawn to the Deep

Drawn to the Deep

Journeys Through Paradise

The Remarkable Underwater Explorations of Wes Skiles

Pioneering Naturalists in the Southeast

Julie Hauserman Hardcover $24.95 $18.00

They Dared to Dream Florida Women Who Shaped History

Gail Fishman Paperback $24.95 $18.00

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

Everglades Patrol

Doris Weatherford

Tom Shirley

Hardcover $36.95 $26.00

Paperback $19.95 $15.00

Saving Florida Women’s Fight for the Environment in the Twentieth Century Leslie Kemp Poole

“In his 30 years patrolling the Everglades, former wildlife officer Tom Shirley saw his share of panthers and poachers. But it’s his tales of tangling with alligators that really gets your skin crawling. . . . When it comes to the Everglades, few people share Shirley’s knowledge and perspective.”—Tampa Bay Times

Paperback $21.95 $16.00

Bad Guys, Bullets, and Boat Chases

Travels on the St. Johns River

True Stories of Florida Game Wardens

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

Hardcover $24.95 $18.00

Hardcover $29.95 $22.00

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

Bob H. Lee

A Pioneer Son at Sea Fishing Tales of Old Florida Gilbert L. Voss Edited by Robert S. Voss Hardcover $19.95 $15.00

“This unexpected gem . . . sheds a bright, multi-colored light on the fishing industry in southeastern Florida during the 1930s and 1940s.”—Florida Weekly

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The Modern Republican Party in Florida

The Mariel Boatlift

Peter Dunbar and Mike Haridopolos

A Cuban-American Journey

Hardcover $34.95 $26.00

Victor Andres Triay

“I couldn’t put this book down. It describes the ascension of the Republican Party from the minority to the majority, allowing individuals to evaluate how that occurred on the Florida landscape. Anyone who loves politics, history, or Florida should read this book.”—Sandra B. Mortham, former Florida secretary of state

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

Representing half of the state’s population, the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida is one of the busiest federal courts in the nation and has been at the center of major decisions for more than fifty years.

Dixie’s Daughters The United Daughters of the Confederacy and the Preservation of Confederate Culture Karen L. Cox

Hardcover $24.95 $20.00

“In this informative and moving work, historian Triay . . . expertly explores one of the most infamous refugee crises in U.S. history. . . . This compassionate and accessible study is especially relevant given current debates surrounding immigration.”

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

with a new preface

Paperback $24.95 $18.00 SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION FOR WOMEN HISTORIANS JULIA CHERRY SPRUILL PRIZE

Tracing the history of the United Daughters of the Confederacy, Karen Cox shows why myths surrounding the Confederacy continue to endure.

Thunder on the River The Civil War in Northeast Florida Daniel L. Schafer

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

The Seminole Wars America’s Longest Indian Conflict John Missall and Mary Lou Missall Paperback $19.95 $15.00

Paperback $19.95 $15.00

“The most impressive book published about the Civil War in Florida in recent memory.”—Civil War Books and Authors

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

“From the late 1950s into the early ’80s 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

William Morgan

No Ordinary Days

Evolution of an Architect

Maggie Taylor

Richard Shieldhouse

13 x 11 | Hardcover $95.00 $75.00

FLORIDA BOOK AWARDS RICHARD E. RICE GOLD MEDAL FOR VISUAL ARTS

Lewis Carroll’s Through the Looking-Glass

10 x 7 | 134 color illus. | Hardcover $49.95 $34.00

“Affords the reader a private look, much in the architect’s own words, into the life of one of Florida’s, and the world’s, most remarkable architects.”—Florida/Caribbean Architect

Illustrated by Maggie Taylor 11 x 11 | Hardcover $95.00 $75.00

Everglades America’s Wetland Mac Stone FLORIDA BOOK AWARD FOR VISUAL ARTS, SILVER

11 x 9 | 234 color photos | Hardcover $45.00 $32.00

“A visual feast, illuminating a weird and wondrous place in many moods. At the same time, the book shows a region at risk. Many Florida residents, environmentalists, and photographers will be moved by this presentation.”—Library Journal

Journal of Light The Visual Diary of a Florida Nature Photographer

Florida Cowboys

John Moran

Keepers of the Last Frontier

10 x 8 | 73 color photos | Hardcover $34.95 $24.00

Photographs by Carlton Ward Jr.

“A breathtaking collection.” —Orlando Magazine

FLORIDA BOOK AWARD FOR FLORIDA NONFICTION, SILVER

11 x 9 | 284 color photos | Hardcover $45.00 $30.00

Ichetucknee Sacred Waters Steven Earl 10 x 7 | 126 color photos | Hardcover $34.95 $24.00

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Dance • Music NEW

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La Meri and Her Life in Dance

Dancing in Blackness

Florida Soul

Performing the World

A Memoir

From Ray Charles to KC and the Sunshine Band

Nancy Lee Chalfa Ruyter

Halifu Osumare

John Capouya

Hardcover $34.95 $26.00

AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR AESTHETICS SELMA JEANNE COHEN PRIZE IN DANCE AESTHETICS

This intriguing biography details the life and work of world dance pioneer La Meri (1899–1988). Dancer, choreographer, teacher, and writer, La Meri was ahead of her time in championing cross-cultural dance performances and education.

Bravura! Lucia Chase and the American Ballet Theatre Alex C. Ewing Paperback $26.95 $20.00

The founding patron of the American Ballet Theatre, Lucia Chase (1897–1986) began as a principal dancer and soon became director of the company, a position she held for an unprecedented thirty-five years. Written by her son, Bravura celebrates the fascinating life of one of the brightest jewels in American ballet history.

Dancing with Merce Cunningham

BEFORE COLUMBUS FOUNDATION AMERICAN BOOK AWARD

FLORIDA HISTORICAL SOCIETY CHARLTON TEBEAU AWARD

Paperback $21.95 $16.00

Music Everywhere

Paperback $26.95 $20.00

“Osumare draws a picture of a focused young artist shaped by the cultural forces converging on the San Francisco Bay Area in the 1960s, including the Black Power and Black Arts movements.”—Times Literary Supplement

Broadway, Balanchine, and Beyond

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

Hardcover $19.95 $16.00

Gamble Rogers A Troubadour’s Life

A Memoir

Bruce Horovitz

Bettijane Sills with Elizabeth McPherson

FLORIDA BOOK AWARD FOR FLORIDA NONFICTION, BRONZE

Paperback $19.95 $16.00

“Sills . . . offers an insider’s view of her life as a performer, from child actor to life after retiring at age 30 from the New York City Ballet. . . . [An] intimate look at Balanchine’s dance and leadership style and the ballet world.”—Library Journal

FLORIDA HISTORICAL SOCIETY CHARLTON TEBEAU AWARD

Hardcover $24.95 $20.00

“A work of profound insight, hypnotic storytelling, and poetic style.”—David Masciotra, author of Mellencamp: American Troubadour

Marianne Preger-Simon Paperback $19.95 $16.00

“An important addition to the body of writings on Cunningham, one of the most important modern choreographers and creative forces of the American avant-garde. . . . Simply a pleasure to read.” —Los Angeles Review of Books

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Coconuts and Collards

Field to Feast

Pickled, Fried, and Fresh

Recipes and Stories from Puerto Rico to the Deep South

Recipes Celebrating Florida Farmers, Chefs, and Artisans

Bert Gill’s Southern Flavors

Von Diaz

Pam Brandon, Katie Farmand, and Heather McPherson

60 color photos | Hardcover $26.95 $20.00

FINALIST, INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF CULINARY PROFESSIONALS COOKBOOK AWARDS, LITERARY OR HISTORICAL FOOD WRITING CATEGORY

61 color photos | Hardcover $28.00 $22.00

“[A] delightful collection of Puerto Rican comfort food recipes.” —Publishers Weekly

155 color photos | Hardcover $28.00 $20.00

“Captures the personalities and passions of those who have embraced the Sunshine State’s meteorological diversity to create its culinary profile.” —Chicago Tribune

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

50 color photos | Hardcover $28.00 $22.00

“Explore[s] the diverse cultural influences on modern Florida fare, from the Caribbean and Latin America to the Middle East.”—Local Palate

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“Gill’s commitment to local food and culture is shown in his book’s superior knowledge of locally available ingredients and the role food plays in our lives beyond sustenance.”—Jack Payne, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida

Good Catch

Cuban Home Cooking

Recipes and Stories Celebrating the Best of Florida’s Waters

Jane Cossio and Joyce LaFray

Pam Brandon, Katie Farmand, and Heather McPherson

revised edition

150 color photos | Hardcover $28.00 $20.00

Norman Van Aken’s Florida Kitchen

Bert Gill with Erika Nelson

“Showcases the state’s bounty of local fish and seafood and the devoted souls who harvest and cook them, from the Panhandle to the Florida Keys.” —Palm Beach Post

The Columbia Restaurant Spanish Cookbook Adela Hernandez Gonzmart and Ferdie Pacheco Hardcover $24.95 $18.00

“Includes both the history of an elegant and popular family restaurant and 178 recipes, presented in English and Spanish, that have made this establishment famous.”—Florida Living

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Favorite Recipes from a Cuban Home Kitchen

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!

Key Lime Cookin’ Joyce LaFray Paperback $8.95 $6.00

“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


Cooking Sallie Ann Robinson’s Kitchen Food and Family Lore from the Lowcountry Sallie Ann Robinson 75 color photos, 93 recipes | Hardcover $28.00 $22.00

“Robinson is an inviting and charming guide, as she introduces classic seafood-focused recipes for salads (shrimp, tomato, and red onion), sides (seafood fried rice with crabmeat, oysters, and shrimp), and basic mains such as a blue crab stew, crispy fried grouper, or shrimp and blue crab burgers. . . . This delightful cookbook also serves as an excellent regional culinary history.”

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Gullah Chicken Gumbo From Sallie Ann Robinson’s Kitchen Serves 6 to 8 1½ cups vegetable oil

1 tablespoon pepper

1 onion, diced

1 teaspoon chopped fresh basil

½ large green bell pepper, diced

1 teaspoon dried or fresh thyme leaves

½ large red bell pepper, diced

1½ pounds white and dark meat chicken pieces, bone in, skin on

10 to 12 tomatoes, diced ½ (6-ounce) can tomato paste 1 tablespoon salt

1½ to 2 pounds okra, cut into 1-inch rounds Rice, biscuits, or cornbread, for serving

In a large stockpot, heat ½ cup of the oil over medium-high heat, then stir in the onion and bell peppers and fry for 3 minutes. Add the tomatoes, tomato paste, salt, pepper, basil, thyme, and 1½ quarts water. Bring to a boil over medium-high heat, then cover the pot, lower the heat to medium-low, and simmer for 45 minutes, stirring on occasion. Taste to check the seasoning, then add the chicken and cook for 35 to 45 minutes, stirring on occasion, until the chicken is fork tender, but not falling from the bone. Set aside. Heat the remaining 1 cup oil in a 12-inch skillet over medium-high heat, then add the okra and fry for 4 to 5 minutes, turning, until it begins to brown. Remove with a slotted spoon and drain on paper towels. Add the fried okra to the gumbo pot and cook for another 20 to 30 minutes. Serve hot with your choice of rice, biscuits, or cornbread.

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Travel Walking St. Augustine

Miami for Families

An Illustrated Guide and Pocket History to America’s Oldest City

A Vacation Guide for Parents and Kids

Elsbeth “Buff” Gordon 126 color and 65 b/w illus., walking tour maps 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

Backroads of Paradise A Journey to Rediscover Old Florida Cathy Salustri 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

The Great Florida Craft Beer Guide

Laura Albritton Paperback $18.95 $13.00

“A very smart, well written vacation guide for parents travelling with children, from toddlers to teenagers.” —Chicago Tribune

An Ecotourist’s Guide to the Everglades and the Florida Keys Robert Silk Paperback $16.95 $13.00

“Provid[es] details about the sights, smells, and attractions that would appeal to naturalists, ecotourists, and outdoorsy travelers.”—Library Journal

Fringe Florida Travels among Mud Boggers, Furries, Ufologists, Nudists, and Other Lovers of Unconventional Lifestyles Lynn Waddell CREATIVE LOAFING TAMPA BEST OF THE BAY AWARDS, “BEST JOURNEY INTO FLORIDA’S UNDERBELLY”

Paperback $19.95 $14.00

“An intriguing guide off the beaten path for those looking to escape life’s winter blahs in any season.” —Booklist

Mark DeNote

Embracing Cuba

Paperback $19.95 $13.00

Byron Motley

“A great jumping-off point for any beer-lovers’ road trip.”—Orlando Sentinel

Hardcover $34.95 $26.00

“View and enjoy these sensitive photos, and bon voyage.” —Booklist

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Outdoor Adventure Secrets from Florida’s Master Anglers

Backcountry Trails of Florida

Ron Presley

A Guide to Hiking Florida’s Water Management Districts

Paperback $24.95 $18.00

A fishing resource like no other, this book offers tips and techniques sure to make your next excursion a success.

Paddler’s Guide to the Sunshine State Sandy Huff Paperback $29.95 $18.00

Whether you’re a first-time paddler or a whitewater veteran, this book lists the most delightful destinations to explore in a state famous for its scenic waterways. Snorkeling the Florida Keys Brad Bertelli Paperback $19.95 $14.00

“A thinking person’s guide to exploring the rich maritime history and vital ecology of South Florida’s reef system.”—Susan Cocking, Miami Herald

50 Great Walks in Florida Lucy Beebe Tobias Paperback $24.95 $18.00

“Reading this book is almost like having your own personal guide to Florida characters and history. Lucy Beebe Tobias makes each walk (whether through a botanical garden or a chic downtown) seem like the best in the book, with her fun tales of each place.”—Holly Ambrose, author of 30 Eco-Trips in Florida

Terri Mashour Paperback $19.95 $15.00

Experience wild Florida with this guide to 100 off-the-grid hikes from every corner of the state. Florida’s Paved Bike Trails Jeff Kunerth and Gretchen Kunerth third edition

Paperback $24.95 $19.00

“Whether on bike, foot, in-line skate, or even horse, this trail book can help you find the paths and know what to expect when you get there, and what you might find along the way.”—Tallahassee Democrat

Hiker’s Guide to the Sunshine State Sandra Friend Paperback $29.95 $20.00

“This book is a must for Florida hikers. It will keep me on the trail for years!”—Johnny Molloy, author of Hiking the Florida Trail

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Plants The Nature of Plants An Introduction to How Plants Work 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.” NEW

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

—Publishers Weekly

Native Wildflowers and Other Ground Covers for Florida Landscapes Craig N. Huegel Paperback $29.95 $18.00

Native Plant Landscaping for Florida Wildlife Craig N. Huegel

Trees

Paperback $24.95 $18.00

South Florida and the Keys Andrew K. Koeser, Melissa H. Friedman, Gitta Hasing, Alan R. Franck, Holly Finley, and Julie Schelb Paperback $24.95 $22.00

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

Healing Plants Medicine of the Florida Seminole Indians Alice Micco Snow and Susan Enns Stans Paperback $19.95 $15.00

A Step-by-Step Guide to a Florida Native Yard Ginny Stibolt and Marjorie Shropshire Paperback $21.95 $16.00

“Takes the mystery out of transforming the common urban landscape into a true Florida paradise filled with wildlife activity and native colors and textures.”—Lisa Roberts, executive director, Florida Wildflower Foundation

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

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Animals Amphibians and Reptiles of Florida Kenneth L. Krysko, Kevin M. Enge, and Paul E. Moler Hardcover $80.00 $64.00

Florida’s Snakes A Guide to Their Identification and Habits R. D. Bartlett and Patricia P. Bartlett Paperback $24.95 $16.00

Florida’s Frogs, Toads, and Other Amphibians A Guide to Their Identification and Habits

Florida is home to a more diverse variety of amphibians and reptiles than any other state due to its wide array of ecosystems. This volume is a comprehensive guide to the 219 species known to exist in the state.

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R. D. Bartlett and Patricia P. Bartlett Paperback $24.95 $16.00

Florida’s Turtles, Lizards, and Crocodilians A Guide to Their Identification and Habits R. D. Bartlett and Patricia P. Bartlett Paperback $29.95 $18.00

Bats of Florida Cynthia S. Marks and George E. Marks Paperback $24.95 $16.00

American Alligator Ancient Predator in the Modern World Kelby Ouchley Hardcover $19.95 $14.00

Florida Animals for Everyday Naturalists

Attracting Hummingbirds and Butterflies in Tropical Florida A Companion for Gardeners Roger L. Hammer Paperback $24.95 $17.00

“This book will get you started on your own butterfly or hummingbird garden even if you’ve been gardening for years!”—Ryan Fessenden, Florida Museum of Natural History

Larry Allan 172 color photos | Paperback $19.95 $15.00

This book contains everything you want to know about Florida’s furry, feathered, scaled, and shelled friends.

Fishes in the Fresh Waters of Florida An Identification Guide and Atlas Robert H. Robins, Lawrence M. Page, James D. Williams, Zachary S. Randall, and Griffin E. Sheehy Hardcover $60.00 $45.00

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Archaeology • Anthropology

Florida’s Lost Galleon

An Ice Age Mystery

Grit-Tempered

The Emanuel Point Shipwreck

Unearthing the Secrets of the Old Vero Site

Edited by Roger C. Smith

Rody Johnson

Early Women Archaeologists in the Southeastern United States

Hardcover $34.95 $26.00

Hardcover $24.95 $18.00

“This much-anticipated book gives us a thorough and extremely readable account of Tristán de Luna’s tragic expedition to Florida. It is also a fascinating story of how these long-lost shipwrecks are found and excavated.”

“Since the site’s discovery long ago, the complete story of the Old Vero Site has never been told. This is an informative and entertaining account of this remarkable site and its history in American archaeology.” —Thomas D. Dillehay, author of The Settlement of the Americas

Florida’s People During the Last Ice Age Barbara A. Purdy Hardcover $21.95 $16.00

“An essential reference.”—American Archaeology

—Kathleen Deagan, coauthor of Fort Mose: Colonial America’s Black Fortress of Freedom

Edited by Nancy Marie White, Lynne P. Sullivan, and Rochelle A. Marrinan Paperback $24.95 $15.00

Fossiling in Florida A Guide for Diggers and Divers Mark Renz Paperback $19.95 $14.00

When Science Sheds Light on History Forensic Science and Anthropology Philippe Charlier with David Alliot Translated by Isabelle Ruben Paperback $18.95 $14.00

“Well written and hard to put down. For anyone with an interest in forensic science, this book is a must-read.”—Nigel McCrery, author of Silent Witnesses

Zombies An Anthropological Investigation of the Living Dead Philippe Charlier Translated by Richard J. Gray II Paperback $18.95 $14.00

A forensic pathologist travels to Haiti to investigate rumors that some who die may return to life as zombies.

Adventures in Archaeology The Wreck of the Orca II and Other Explorations P.J. Capelotti Paperback $28.00 $22.00

Archaeologist P.J. Capelotti explores places and things that people don’t typically think of as archaeological sites and artifacts, introducing readers to the most extreme fieldwork taking place today. 14

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• Science The Annotated Old Fourlegs

Drying Up

The Updated Story of the Coelacanth

The Fresh Water Crisis in Florida

Mike Bruton

John M. Dunn

Paperback $29.95 $22.00

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