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A Farmer's Vacation In 1873
A FARMER'S VACATION IN 1873
Jersey - Guernsey - Sark

by George E. Waring, Jr.

A vivid eyewitness account of an American farmer's visit to the Channel Islands almost a century and a half ago.

Published 2008
ISBN 978 1903341 43 8
75 pages; £5.00



Channel Fish
CHANNEL FISH
A Book of Fish Cookery from the Channel Islands

by Marguerite Paul

Our bestselling fish cookery book by Guernseywoman, Marguerite Paul.

Second reprint in 2004
ISBN 0 903341 10 8
224 pages; £11.95



Diary Of Trip To Jersey And Guernsey
DIARY OF TRIP TO JERSEY AND GUERNSEY
August 1866

by Andrew Mitchell

The daily diary of a Victorian visitor, annotated and copiously illustrated with contemporary engravings.

First
ISBN 978-1-906641-68-9
96 pages; £6.95



Exotic Garden Plants In The Channel Islands
EXOTIC GARDEN PLANTS IN THE CHANNEL ISLANDS

by Janine Le Pivert

A practical guide to the wealth of unusual plants – over 150 species – that grow so well in the Channel Islands. Full colour throughout.

Published 2007
ISBN 978 1 903341 40 7
128 pages; £9.95



Island Kitchen
ISLAND KITCHEN
A Book of Seasonal Cookery from the Channel Islands

by Marguerite Paul

Follow-up to 'Channel Fish', featuring seasonal produce, local and not-so-local recipes.

Reprinted in 2004
ISBN 0 903341 18 3
192 pages; £11.95



John Skinner's Visit To The Channel Islands
JOHN SKINNER'S VISIT TO THE CHANNEL ISLANDS
August 1827

by Edited by John Le Dain

Revealing journal of a short-break tourist to Guernsey and Jersey in 1827.

ISBN 0 903341 02 7
20 pages; £2.50



Low Water Fishing
LOW WATER FISHING
An Islander’s Pursuit

by David Le Maistre

A practical guide for the hunter-gatherer on the sea shore. Beautifully illustrated.

Second printing
ISBN 978-1-906641-28-3
128 pages; £6.95



Wildlife Of The Channel Islands
WILDLIFE OF THE CHANNEL ISLANDS

by Sue Daly

A survey of every aspect of the Natural history of the Channel Islands arranged under six habitat headings, together with a guide to seeing wildlife, all superbly illustrated with 240 colour photographs. "I can think of no better introduction to the wildlife of the Channel Islands than this enchanting book." – from the Foreword by Lee Durrell

ISBN 1 903341 24 8
224 pages; £14.95