Water once covered most of Florida. It created vast sawgrass prairies, eerie swamps and smelly mangrove forests. The area was considered useless and impenetrable, full of poisonous snakes, alligators and mosquitoes. It is more than that.
The Everglades is a wonder of nature. Learn some amazing facts about this wondrous place in this fun, 15-minute book.
This historic resource study by the National Park Service covers the Cold War and historic resources related to it located in south Florida. The study deals with Cold War-related activities and resources in four units of the National Park Services.
Hopeful Little Emil, a curious little deer, sets off on an adventure alone to the Florida Keys to find his ancestors, even though his parents warned him of the dangers of the alligator lurking in the Everglades. Will his bravery reunite him with his family?
Conor suddenly finds himself on the run from the Miami Police who want him for murder, and the two vicious sons of a Cuban crime lord who seek to exact a brutal revenge for their father’s death. With the clock ticking, Conor’s journey leads him from the exotic Bahamas to the streets of Miami and Fort Lauderdale and into the unforgiving Florida Everglades before reaching its violent conclusion.