Grenada Uncovered distinguishes Grenada—a 120 Square-mile tropical, Caribbean island— beyond the obvious notion that it is a tourist’s paradise. It is the pictorial representation of a Grenada with rich history, pristine natural habitat, unmistakable developmental potential, and a people boldly desirous of progress. It reveals tidbits as simple as the appropriateness of names used in present-day Grenada and as complex as the meaning of the word, Grenada, in ancient Greece, Rome, and Persia. It covers topics germane to Grenada’s international image: the rich harmony in its ethnic diversity; the wealth of islets that surround Grenada; livestock, fishing, and agricultural potential; historical treasures; and the resourcefulness of its people, whether in the making of locally derived toys or in the use of its waterways. A 184-page publication, Grenada Uncovered displays hundreds of full-color pictures that expose Grenada’s beckoning aura; a tranquil landscape, reflective of confidence and composure; and a landscape that not only invites, but often seems to reward the pursuit of happiness. If a picture is worth a thousand words, then Grenada Uncovered is an encyclopedia of Grenadian promise, fully substantiated in its representation of unspoiled territories, breathtaking views, and coastal charm.
History, Americas, Caribbean-West-Indies, Grenada,