Handbook : With Mauritania
(Footprint Handbooks Series) by Anne McLachlan, Keith McLachlan
Filled with detail and descriptions of even the most remote places in Morocco. Hard cover a plus for a long journey.
(5th Ed) -- Frances Linzee Gordon, et al
As usual one of the best guide books. Lonely Planet is great for the budget traveler with loads of insights, tips and background on Morocco.
by Orin Hargraves
This book delves deeply into the culture of the Moroccan people. Recommended for those serious travelers who really want to relate to the people of the country. Saves you from those cultural faux pas.
|Escape to Morocco: The Definitive Collection of One of a Kind Travel Experiences by Pamela Windo. Exquisite photos and poetic text transport you to the sands of the Sahara, the Atlas Mountains and the beautiful coasts of Morocco.|
The Berbers (The Peoples of Africa)
by Michael Brett, Elizabeth Fentress (Contributor), Parker Shipton (Editor). The story of the indigenous people of North Africa as told through Archaeology, History and literature.
|Cafe Morocco (Conran Octopus 'Cafe' Cookbook Series) by Anissa Helou, Jeremy Hopley (Photographer), Anissa Halou. This book takes you to the streets of Morocco where colorful stalls sell all kinds of food. A visual feast!|
|Cooking at the Kasbah: Recipes from My Moroccan Kitchen by Kitty Morse, Laurie Smith (Photographer). Great recipes, photos and stories from Morocco. Includes the famous Chicken B'stilla and Saffron Vegetable Soup.|
Modern : We All Dwell in a House of One Room
by Herbert J. M. Ypma
Interesting book about Moroccan design and Architecture. How the ancient arts have influenced modern design.
Dreams of Trespass: Tales of a Harem Girlhood
by Fatima Mernissi. The captivating tale of a girl growing up in Fez locked in the traditional female role, dreaming of the world beyond the walls confining her.
Marry in Morocco
by Virginia Dale
Interesting true story about an American woman marrying a Frenchman and the historical and cultural conditions in Morocco in the 1960's
by Paul Bowles
Better than the movie, Paul Bowles, (recently deceased) gives us a fascinating vision of North Africa and the Sahara.