These colorfully, detailed pages are overflowing with stunning visuals and captivating designs about life at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii before, during and after December 7, 1941. This book unravels one of America’s greatest tragedies from early Japanese inception and planning, through the deadly attack and its crippling aftermath.
Told in “bite-sized” pieces this history book is easy and engaging for readers of all ages. Treasured memorabilia from the 1940’s such as pins, buttons, watches and medals illustrate each page and stir the imagination. “My Pearl Harbor Scrapbook 1941: A Nostalgic Collection of Memories” is an “adventure in learning” about the many essential details of the Pearl Harbor account.
For over twenty years, MapMania Publishing Co. based in Phoenix, Arizona has been changing the way history is told. Known for publishing high quality works about Pearl Harbor, our products are an interactive experience for young and old alike. Committed to creating vivid story lines that bring history to life, we encourage our readers to be inspired by learning. Our unique style of history-telling invites readers to learn about one of America’s most tragic days.
MapMania Publishing Co. products can be found in museums and bookstores throughout the country.
“The Pearl Harbor Visitors Guide” is a dynamic, two-sided reference guide designed in an extremely user-friendly, contemporary format about the history of the Pearl Harbor attack. Its high quality, "accordion fold", UV glossy coating combined with bright graphics creates a visually outstanding product. As reported by the Pacific Historic Parks at the Arizona Memorial Visitor Center, the Pearl Harbor Visitors Guide is one of their best selling souvenirs in the history products marketplace with over 100,000 sold.
“Air Raid Pearl Harbor...This Is Not Drill!” is a large 2-sided, poster-sized map of the Pearl Harbor basin on the day of attack: December 7, 1941. The front side of the map displays the exact location and position of every vessel present in the harbor that day. This map is strongly endorsed by the World War ll Valor in the Pacific National Monument at Pearl Harbor and historians as “the most accurate map of Pearl Harbor ever printed.” Written, reviewed and edited by a team of historians from around the country, including World War ll Valor in the Pacific National Monument at Pearl Harbor, Chief Historian Daniel Martinez.
“The Battleship Missouri Visitors Guide” details the illustrious career of the battleship USS MISSOURI and how the ship participated in the end of World War II with the signing of the Japanese Surrender Documents onboard its decks. The Battleship MISSOURI now rests at Pearl Harbor, moored at Ford Island and is opened to visitors, a fitting “bookend” to the Pearl Harbor story.
“Kids: All About” Pearl Harbor” follows the same format as the Pearl Harbor Visitors Guide and The Battleship Missouri Visitors Guide. With the young reader in mind, this product was written with easy-to-understand history and plenty of photos and maps. It was created in our trademark style sharing MapMania’s stamp of color, graphics and pizzazz. This guide also includes vocabulary words and their meanings. A long awaited product for the children’s market, it is a new niche for our company with other products planned and has become an instant success.
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