Discover Native America
by Tish Minear and Janet Limon
“Despite considerable challenges created by decades of cultural devastation, native roots still survive.” This newly expanded edition of a popular Hippocrene travel guide highlights the prehistoric cultures of Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, and Utah, as well as the modern tribes-including the Navajo, Apache, Ute, Tohono O’odham, Pueblo, and Hopi-that now live in these spectacular “Four Corners” states.
Language & Travel Guide to Ukraine
by Linda Hodges
"An interesting overview of Ukraine's complicated history...highly recommended for public libraries." -- Library Journal
"Unique and should be invested in" -- Booklist
Language and Travel Guide to Croatia
by Robert Niebuhr and Bernd Scherak
European tourists have long known the immense possibilities of vacationing in beautiful Croatia: cosmopolitan cities with limitless active pursuits, the pristine Dalmatian Coast with its spectacular islands, majestic medieval castles and Roman ruins, and exquisite cuisine. Hailed as the “new Riviera” by the New York Times, over 10 million tourists from all over the world visit Croatia each year.
Language and Travel Guide to Croatia is great for backpacking students, business travelers, and luxury vacationers alike. It includes:
- Detailed information on the culture and attractions of Zagreb, continental Croatia, the coast, and islands
- A language section covering basic vocabulary, helpful phrases, and pronunciation of Croatian
- A special section on dining, with details about restaurants and local specialties
- 8 pages of color photographs and maps
Language and Travel Guide to Romania
by Rosemary Rennon
“Romania is one of those mysterious treasures, a place whose name everyone has heard, but few know anything about. Thus the surprise when one discovers this enchanting and wildly beautiful country. It’s a land of diverse regions ranging from the forested Carpathian Mountains to lush farmland and green rolling hills; from the Danube river delta, rich with bird, plant and aquatic life, to sandy beach resorts along the Black Sea. "
- from the Introduction
Language and Travel Guide to Sicily
by Giovanna Bellia La Marca
Sicily, the pearl of the Mediterranean, attracts more than 1.5 million visitors each year. Known for its flavorful cuisine, pleasant climate, picturesque hill towns, rich ancient history, and flourishing arts scene, the island has plenty to offer all her guests.