$16. Brief Historical Sketch of the Town of Vinalhaven From It's Earliest Known Settlement. The first 100 years of Vinalhaven's history.
$17. The Bodwell & Webster Papers - Big Business on a Small Island: The Birth of the Granite Boom, by Ken Reiss. A look into Joseph Bodwell and Moses Webster's early granite quarrying days on Vinalhaven.
$21. Down East Netting, by Barbara Morton. A history and how-to of net making.
$10. Fish Scales and Stone Chips, by Sidney Winslow. General history of Vinalhaven.
$18. From the Beginning: Vinalhaven from 1760 to 1850. New publication by Ken Reiss focusing on the early history of Vinalhaven.
$21. Historic Shipwrecks of Penobscot Bay, by Harry Gratwick. Explores some of Penobscot Bay's most historic and dramatic shipwrecks.
$18. An "encyclopedia" -esque book that briefly covers all things Vinalhaven. By Susan Radley & Elizabeth Bunker
SALE $10. Hurricane Island Recipe Book. Recipes written in a granite ledger from Hurricane Island, with some island history.
$23. Images of America: Vinalhaven Island. Compiled by Roy Heisler, pictorial of island history.
Vinalhaven Island Maritime Industries
$23. Images of America: Vinalhaven Island's Maritime Industires by Cynthia Burns Martin. Pictorial of Vinalhaven's fisheries.
$21. Island Saltwater Farms: Farming on Vinalhaven 1820-1960, by Jeannette Lasanski.
$7.35. The Little Island, by Margaret Wise Brown. Written about a small island visable from her Vinalhaven summer home.
$21. Mainer's in the Civil War, by Harry Gratwick. Stories of Joshua Chamberlan, Hannibal Hamlin, and other Mainer's in the Civil War.
$16. Remember When: A Collection of Oral Histories. Compiled by Susan Radley, oral histories from long time island residents and summer visitors.
$7.35. The Run Away Bunny. Written by Margaret Wise Brown while summering on Vinalhaven.
$10. Vinalhaven A-Z, by Holly Walker. Picture book.