Why would you want to buy a book about Phoenix when everything you need is right here at the Phoenix site? Well, OK, I understand. Sometimes you want something you can take along with you in your backpack. Or that you can give as a unique gift. Or that you can read on the train as you plan your visit. These selections should take care of you!
Restaurants, golf courses, day trips and lots more are included in this Phoenix city guide.
Resorts, nightlife, shopping, culture...the works! 400+ pages, paperback.
Subtitle is: "An Impertinent Insider's Guide." Attractions, restaurants, lodging, parks, trails and more make this a great travel guide for the larger cities in Arizona.
A different perspective than your typical Phoenix travel guide book. Written by the staff of the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum. A hard cover book suitable as a gift, or just for the person who wants to understand the desert environment in which Phoenix and Tucson thrive.
Another hard cover coffee table style illustrated history book, suitable as a gift.
This isn't really a travel guide, but it is the story of the UFO sightings over Phoenix in 1997 apparently seen by many people--I wasn't one of them! The book includes research data and photographs of this still unexplained phenomenon.
An entertaining primer with basically three sections: getting to know the desert, the desert as one's backyard, and enjoying the desert. Written by museum staff.
Another coffee table book, taking you on a pictorial journey of the development of Phoenix since the early 1900s.
This city guide includes hotels, restaurants, sightseeing, sports, shopping, and nightlife in a lightweight, inexpensive guide.