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The Fireside Diver
by Bonnie J. Cardone
Twenty contemporary underwater photographers and adventurers share their experiences in this anthology. There?s humor here, too, funny, laugh out loud dive stories that?ll tickle your funny bone. Soft cover/322 pages.

Down Time
by Ed Kittrell, Casey Kittrell and Jim Kittrell
Subtitled Great Writers on Diving, this book contains articles by the likes of William Beebe, Clare Booth Luce, James Jones, Peter Benchley, Tim Cahill, Michael Crichton, Dave Berry and more. Soft cover/258 pages.

Monsters of the Sea: The History, Natural History and Mythology of the Oceans? Most Fantastic Creatures
by Richard Ellis
From mermaids and manatees to the Loch Ness Monster, giant squid and octopus, Ellis relates the myth and uncovers the truth behind it. Hard cover/429 pages.

Imagining Atlantis
by Richard Ellis
Is this underwater city fact or fiction? Ellis researches the legends and renders his opinion. Soft cover/336 pages.

Diving Pioneers: An Oral History of Diving in America
by Eric Hanauer
This book profiles a handful of those who have shaped our sport. Includes old black and white photos of the pioneers in action. Soft cover/267 pages.

The Snorkeller's Guide to the Coral Reef: From the Red Sea to the Pacific Ocean
by Paddy Ryan and Peter Atkinson
This book is an excellent introduction for both snorkeller and diver to what lies beneath the sea surface in the tropical Indo-Pacific regions. It discusses the major animal groups, behavior and includes top-notch photos. Small enough to carry halfway around the world and comprehensive enough to make it worthwhile. Soft cover/184 pages.

The Outermost House: A Year of Life on the Great Beach of Cape Cod
by Henry Beston
Soft cover/218 pages.

The Oxford Book of the Sea
by Jonathan Raban
An excellent compilation of literature about the sea. A great book to have by your bedside, to dip in or immerse yourself as fancy takes you. Raban begins at the beginning of English sea literature with Old English poetry and moves on through to John Updike. A good place to begin your personal exploration of literature on the sea, as well as to come back to. Sample authors you were curious about and begin your own reading trek. Soft cover/524 pages.

Shark Lady: True Adventures of Eugenie Clark
by Ann McGovern
This first of two books on the world-famous scientist describes how a visit to an aquarium when she was nine sparked a life-long interest in fish, most especially sharks. For children ages 9 to 12. Soft cover/91 pages.

Adventures of the Shark Lady: Eugenie Clark Around the World
by Ann McGovern
The second of two books on Clark, this one takes up where the last one left off, detailing her amazing adventures with marine life. For children ages 9 to 12. Soft cover/79 pages.

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