Acadia National Park was named American's Favorite Place by "Good Morning America," and we couldn't agree more. Just take a look at these classic books in our catalog:
This children's alphabet book explores the beauty of Acadia National Park. Photographer Richard Johnson's stunning photographs are accompanied by author Ruth Gortner Grierson's fun facts on everything from playful Harbor Seals to riding a horse-pulled wagon on the island's famous carriage roads.
Two-time Pulitzer Prize winner Samuel Eliot Morrison, who regularly summered in Northeast Harbor and Tremont, writes with great heart about the history, people, and natural beauty that makes MDI so special.
John and Kathryn Muether’s anthology celebrates MDI in the late 19th century. During this golden age, many wealthy travelers came to the island in search of future partners. Due to the area's popularity, a new genre of fiction developed: "The Bar Harbor Novel." The Muether's book includes 11 of the best stories of summer romance on MDI.
To find more great books on our beautiful home state, visit islandportpress.com.