What brought you to Arizona? Was it the climate? Did you move here to be closer to family? Did you relocate for a job? Was Sedona where you chose to retire? Whether you are a native Arizonan, a transplant from another state, or a visitor, Arizona offers something for everyone.
Award-winning travel author and popular Sedona Public Library speaker Roger Naylor explains why he calls Arizona home: “I knew this remarkable state was where I belonged as soon as I arrived as a wide-eyed college student. It captivated me with its epic beauty, diverse landscapes and rich history.”
If you would like to read books about Arizona scenery and history, try checking out a title from the recommended list below. All of these titles are available through the Yavapai Library Network. You may recognize some of them! Many of the authors on this list have visited Sedona in the past to share presentations for the Library’s Arizona Humanities programs.
You can find more information about each title or author by searching the library catalog at sedonalibrary.org. We hope you enjoy these books about Arizona, the grand state that we call home!
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By Cheryl Yeatts
Cheryl Yeatts is Manager of Sedona Public Library in the Village.