Top 10 Books on Anguilla

 

The top 10 books on Anguilla include a wide range of books including books have an extensive range.  These authors have radiantly unruffled stories about the cultures, specialties, and the lifestyle of Anguilla.

Anguilla is a British Overseas Territory in the Eastern Caribbean, comprises a small main island and several offshore islets. Its beaches range from long sandy stretches like Rendezvous Bay, overlooking neighboring Saint Martin island, to secluded coves reached by boat, such as at Little Bay. Protected areas include Big Spring Cave, known for its prehistoric petroglyphs, and East End Pond, a wildlife conservation site.

 

One Way ticket

Her book shows the realities of settling in paradise and the rewards of preserving to pursue the dream to call Anguilla home, by Melinda Goddard. One-Way Ticket chronicles the true story of how Melinda and her husband Terry uprooted their fast-paced lives in New Jersey and relocated to Anguilla, an island in the Caribbean that The New York Times has called the "British St. Bart’s."

Read it For:
A stylishly written story of a dream fulfilled by American expats who decided upon a change of lifestyle and a break from corporate America.
Don't Read it For:
If the readers don’t fanaticize about books on adventure, then this book won’t be a good read.
What makes this book stand out?:
Theirs is a story of determination and joy.

Nature Explorers Anguilla

A tremendous effort, Jackie has put together Anguilla's most complete and up to date wide variety of flora and fauna. Its spectacular offshore cays host a number of geographically important seabird colonies. Jackie also regularly updates this publication to ensure its information is always current.

Read it For:
It is the go-to guide for any bird enthusiast!
Don't Read it For:
The book has information about flora and fauna. If you’re not into nature, then you won’t find this book amusing.
What makes this book stand out?:
Flora and fauna on Anguilla.

From Bananaquits to Boobies

Anguilla is home to some of the most beautiful beaches in the world. Miles of white powdery sand that can't be topped. With several ponds dotting the main island and a number of offshore islands and cays, a large number of birds make Anguilla their home for at least some part of the year. In particular, Dog Island has become an integral part of the breeding of seabirds throughout the Caribbean. This book highlights just a few of the many species found on this tiny island paradise.

Read it For:
This book highlights just a few of the many species found on this tiny island paradise.
Don't Read it For:
Too much insight.
What makes this book stand out?:
The island life on Anguilla providing.

At Blanchard’s Table: A Trip to the Beach Cookbook

Writing with the same humour and charm that made their debut book such a success, Bob and Melinda share various recipes collected from their New England roots, their early years experience in the gourmet food business, and their life in the Caribbean area. “At Blanchard’s Table” is an impressive collection of more than 160 recipes perfect for get-togethers of family and friends, illustrated with glorious photographs that reveal how lucky they are to have homes in both Vermont and Anguilla.

Read it For:
Blanchard's Home-Cooked Recipes for the Soul.
Don't Read it For:
If not into books on cooking.
What makes this book stand out?:
Very good and easy to use a cookbook.
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Under an English Heaven

A dated and hardly romantic Classic English story as a memory of the post-war clearing of the air following the trials, tribulations, and radical changes in England after WW II! Excellent character development and historical accuracy--and a well-told story! It may be too classical and old-fashioned for people brought up on Star Wars and Vampires.

Read it For:
A typical Radcliffe story pertaining to the WWII bombing runs over Germany.
Don't Read it For:
Very poor by Westlake's standards.
What makes this book stand out?:
Great insight into the times.

St Martin, St Barts & Anguilla!

"Alive!" guides tell you what's hot, and what's not, with plenty of suggestions for daytime activity and night-time fun. Beyond where to stay and eat, "Alive!" guides focus on the things that make each destination unique - scenic fall drives in the Catskills, spectacular architecture in Copenhagen and unforgettable cuisine on St. Martin

Read it For:
This book is easy to understand and extremely well organized.
Don't Read it For:
Mediocre. Very little for snorkelling guidance.
What makes this book stand out?:
Great as a basic reference guide

Anguilla: Tranquil Isle of the Caribbean

The tiny island of Anguilla lies between the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean. It is most northerly of the Leeward Islands. This guide for tourists describes the island's buildings, sporting activities, annual events, trees, flowers, and wildlife and sea life.

Read it For:
Great book and most informative one
Don't Read it For:
It's a fine travel book from its day but today's internet reviews would be more applicable to what one will find today on Anguilla.
What makes this book stand out?:
This book is informative and charming containing lots of inside knowledge going beyond a standard guidebook. It also has so many beautiful and relevant pictures.

A Trip to the Beach

This is the factual story of a journey to the seaside that never ends. It's about a couple who escapes civilization to construct a small cafeteria on an island nirvana and realize that even paradise has its drawbacks. It's a story filled with catastrophes and entertainment, gastronomic calamities and victories, and ineffaceable representations of people who live and work on a slice of beauty set in the Caribbean Sea. It's about the infuriating, wearing, unusual complications of trying to live the simple life and the joy that comes when you somehow pull it off.

Read it For:
Great Story. The characters are very well developed.
Don't Read it For:
It was a slightly challenging to track whose voice it was in because it is transcribed by both the husband and wife. However, fun read.
What makes this book stand out?:
An amazing read!

Anguilla: Tranquility Wrapped in Blue

With its untouched, white-sand seashores, eroded by crystal-clear seawaters, Anguilla embodies tranquillity itself. This extravagantly demonstrated book delivers single awareness into one of the Caribbean's - and worlds - most elite traveller terminuses.

Read it For:
A book that gives info on most exclusive tourist destinations.
Don't Read it For:
The book can be challenging to get hold of.
What makes this book stand out?:
The way it is done up and has a bit of the parlance in it.

Caribbean Caress (Under the Caribbean Sun Book 1)

Overawed by her impulsive triumph, Saskia Vandroegenberg elects to shore up her self-assurance with a shock visit to her dad on the Caribbean island she was raised up on, Anguilla. But her thoughtless strategy has unanticipated outcomes. Her father is gone on business, and his companion turns out to be none other than her first love.

Read it For:
As you get through the leading pages, the story hooks on you to know the truth.
Don't Read it For:
It is dissimilar and can be tough to follow.
What makes this book stand out?:
An amazing match up!

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