Cayman Island Books

FLY BACK TO THE BRAC, BRIAN BROWN BOOBY

By Elaine A. Powers

FLY BACK TO THE BRAC, BRIAN BROWN BOOBY Available at Amazon.com

 

book cover, blue sky, bird a brown booby is on beach near ocean
Brian Brown Booby, a young resident of Cayman Brac, finds himself stranded on a beach on Grand Cayman. It’s too far back for a booby to travel, even if Brian could fly, which he can’t. Does Brian make it back to the Brac? What happens to a booby that can’t fly? Based on a true story.

SILENT ROCKS

By Susan Glynn Mule

SILENT ROCKS Available at Amazon.com

cover of book "Silent Rocks." white background, rock iguana pictured in natural habitat on island Cayman Brac
The population of the endemic Sister Island Rock Iguana (Cyclura nubila caymanensis) on Cayman Brac is in serious decline. These vegetarian lizards are an important part of the island's ecosystem. The reduction in population is the result of human activity on their habitat and the threats can only be eliminated by human action.

THE DRAGON OF NANI CAVE

By Elaine A. Powers

THE DRAGON OF NANI CAVE Available at Amazon.com

The Lime Lizard Lads, curly-tail lizards of Cayman Brac, seek an adventure up on the bluff. Their goal is to reach Nani Cave and meet the dragon that lives there. Gene and Bony soon realize how big and how dangerous the world really is. Leaving home is easy, but can the lads make it back?

THE LIME LIZARD LADS AND THE SHIP OF SNEAKERS

By Susan Glynn Mule

THE LIME LIZARD LADS AND THE SHIP OF SNEAKERS Available at Amazon.com

book cover, with beach and ocean, a pair of sneakers, with curly-tail lizards in them
The Lime Lizards of Cayman Brac, Gene and Bony decide to see where the tourists come from. They set sail on their adventure in a ship of sneakers. Will they ever see the Brac again?

BROWN BOOBY BIRDS OF CAYMAN BRAC

By Elaine A. Powers

AVAILABLE AT AMAZON

A book cover with a blue sky, white clouds and brown booby birds on the beach
Meet the Brown Booby, a large sea bird which is a year-round resident only of Cayman Brac, They are not found at all in Grand Cayman or Little Cayman. These birds are a spectacular sight, soaring and gliding along the Bluff edge and the shore, diving for fish to feed their young, perching on rocks in the sun, then returning to their nesting colonies. With only about forty nesting pairs on the Brac, they are protected by Cayman law.
CURTIS CURLY-TAIL COMES ALIVE ON YOU TUBE!a curly tail lizard on a bahamian beach with blue sky and ocean, sand and green plants
Elaine A Powers Author Conservationalist Biologist
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