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A Year in Sark coverA Year in Sark

Based on the popular 'News from Sark' feature which Sue writes and photographs for the Sark Tourism web site, this book records the day to day life of one of the smallest Channel Islands. It features a huge variety of events, celebrations and activities from flower shows and school plays to concerts, coffee mornings and the infamous sheep racing. On an island of incredible natural beauty, seasonal changes in Sark's wildlife are also recorded, both above water and below. Most importantly this book reveals that Sark is so much more than just a wonderful holiday destination. It's home to a vibrant, working community where the ethos of serving the island runs through much of every day life. 'A Year in Sark' captures this remarkable community spirit in words and pictures and is a fascinating record of those who live in this unique and beautiful island. (A5, full colour, soft back, 96 pages)

Available by mail order from Sue Daly for £9.95 plus postage


wildlife bookWildlife of the Channel Islands

A vivid picture of the Islands’ rich and varied natural history. We visit each special habitat in turn: cliffs and heaths are followed by reefs and islets, beaches and dunes, and rocky shores. To these are added a survey of life beneath the waves as well as a stroll through the Islands’ interiors. A further chapter invites the interested reader to places where local nature may be best observed. Sue’s descriptions are accompanied by some 240 superb colour photographs to make her book a glorious celebration of the natural history of a special group of islands, an inheritance she urges us to do all we can to protect. (Full colour, soft back, 220 pages)

Available by mail order from Sue Daly for £14.95  plus £1.50 postage within the UK or click Buy Now

marine life book

Marine Life of the Channel Islands

An easy-to-use guide to the marine fauna of the Channel Islands contains pictures and descriptions of 160 creatures divided into chapters by family, each chapter with its own descriptive introduction. All the pictures were taken under water, showing each animal in its natural environment. Each description gives dimensions and details of habitat, along with some interesting pieces of information about the way in which certain creatures have been involved in the lives of Channel Islanders over the years. (Full colour, hard back, 96 pages.)

Available by mail from Sue Daly for £13.95 including postage within the UK or click Buy Now


Wildflowers of the Channel Islandswildflower book

A souvenir pocket guide to the flora of the Channel Islands, a fascinating blend of the exotic and the common, the native and those that have been introduced. The Islands' southerly position and gentle climate allow species to thrive here that are rarely, if ever, found on the British mainland and there are even a few which live nowhere else in the world. (Full colour, hard back, 65 pages)

Available by mail order from Sue Daly for £4.95 including postage within the UK or click Buy Now


Sealife of Guernsey, Sark, Herm & AlderneyGuernsey book

Visitors to Guernsey or her neighbouring Channel Islands can not help but be amazed by the sea here. Whether lapping gently on golden sands in summer or pounding the cliffs with great green waves in winter, the sea pervades much of island life. This pocket guide introduces some of the treasures which live beneath these waters from the depths of the outlying reefs to the shallows of the rock pools. (Full colour, hard back, 65 pages)

Available by mail order from Sue Daly for £4.95 including postage within the UK or click Buy Now


Sealife of JerseyJersey book

Warmed by the Gulf Stream and pounded by Atlantic storms, the seas around Jersey are subject to one of the largest tidal movements on earth. Lying almost a hundred miles south of the British mainland, some of the sea creatures here are rarely seen further north. This pocket guide offers a tantalising glimpse into this colourful underwater world which is home to a diverse and beautiful array of marine life. (Full colour, hard back, 65 pages)

Available by mail order from Sue Daly for £4.95 including postage within the UK or click Buy Now