WHS Book Store welcomes 6 new titles

WHS Book Store welcomes 6 new titles

Look for these new titles next time you visit our Book Store. Click the images to visit the store.

Kittatinny trailsKittatinny Trails

Price: $16

Maps of the High Point Park, Stokes State Forest, Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area and Warthington State Forest. Maps made by the people who built the trails. New York -New Jersey Trail Conference.


1609: A County that was Never Lost

Price: $20
Author: Kevin W. Wright

Historian Kevin W. Wright describes Henry Hudson’s visit in 1609 with the Manhattans of North America. He describes their culture and their homeland in detail.



Sussex and Wantage – 7th Edition

Price: $23
Author: William R. Truran

These communities contained many hamlets which were known prior to the Revolutionary War. Sussex was a milk shipping center and provided fresh agricultural products for nearby cities.




Price: $22
Author: Kenneth Berchalf Jr.

The town was named for the Honorable John I. Blair, a very prominent citizen of the area. The images in the book contain farms, local businesses, schools and residents of this community.



Sleepy Hollow to New Hampshire And Walpack In-Between

Price: $10
Author: Kerri Nicole McCaffrey

This book is a fine collection of poems which show wit, intelligence and a love of nature.




In the Valley of the Glow Trees

Price: $10
Author: Kerri Nicole McCaffrey

From the book cover “Kerris Poetry and Images” from a clear well, fed by her deep belief in the sanctity of nature discovered by spending countless hours in the wild places.