Cabrillo National Monument Theater Closed on Selected Dates
Due to National Park Service alternate uses, the Cabrillo National Monument theater will be closed to the public on the following dates: September 20, September 27, October 28 - 29, November 6, 2014. We are sorry for the inconvenience.
These selected materials may help you and your class prepare for your visit to Cabrillo National Monument. They are available at the Cabrillo National Monument Foundation Bookstore located in the Visitor Center.
Cabrillo National Monument. Brown, Joseph E. An overall orientation to Cabrillo National Monument. A good teacher’s reference.
Sharing Nature with Children. Cornell, Joseph Bharat. A nature awareness guidebook.
Young Naturalist. Mitchell, Andrew. An Usborne Guide for children.
JUAN RODRIGUEZ CABRILLO
An Account of the Voyage of Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo. Edited by Nauman, James. A new publication that gives an accurate account of the Cabrillo voyage.
Cabrillo. Lemke, Nancy. An introduction to Cabrillo’s life and exploration.
Cabrillo’s World. Cabrillo Historical Association. A collection of papers related to Cabrillo, Spanish exploration, and California.
DeSoto, Coronado, Cabrillo: Explorers of the Northern Mystery. Lavender, David. A National Park Service summary of early Spanish explorers in North America.
In Search of Cabrillo. National Park Service. A 27-minute video about Cabrillo’s expedition. Used at Cabrillo National Monument.
Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo. Kelsey, Harry. Recent research about Cabrillo’s life.
KUMEYAAY AND OTHER NATIVE AMERICANS
Delfina Cuero, An Account of Her Last Years. Autobiography. Shipek, Florence C.
Indians of the Oaks. Lee, Melicent. Children’s stories about native Californians.
Native Ways: California Indians Stories and Memories. Margolin, Malcom and Montijo, Yolanda. Stories and information about native Californians.
Pushed Into the Rocks (1769-1986). Shipek, Florence.
Survival Skills of Native California. Campbell, Paul D. Well-documented and illustrated text about the early people of California.
Ghosts of Cabrillo Lighthouse. Signor, John. A children’s story about living in the Old Point Loma Lighthouse.
Keep the Lights Burning, Abbie. Roop, Peter and Roop, Connie. A children’s story of a young girl who has to run a lighthouse in the 1850s.
Lighthouse Activity Book. De Wire, Elinore. A collection of articles and activities.
TIDEPOOLS AND OCEANOGRAPHY
Exploring Tidepools. Brown, Philip R. An activity book on intertidal ecology.
Life Between the Tides. Brandon, Jeffrey L. and Rokop, Frank J. Color pictures with text.
Marine Biology Coloring Book. Niesen, Thomas M. Excellent descriptive text with pictures.
Pacific Intertidal Life. Russo, Ron and Olhausen, Pam. An easy guide.
Seashore Life of Southern California. Hinton, Sam. A guide book for tidepool field trips.
Seashore Naturalist, The. Coulombe, D.A. A guide to the study of seashores.
Gray Whales. Gordon, David G. and Baldridge, Alan. Natural History and whaling information about gray whales.
Gray Whales: Wandering Giants. Busch, Robert H. Good technical data.
Pod of Gray Whales. Gohier, Francois. Very useful pictures and text.
Whales in the Classroom: Getting to Know Whales. Wade, Larry. Children’s activities about whales.
Where the Waves Break: Life at the Edge of the Sea. Malnig, Anita. Good information and great pictures.
Did You Know?
Did you know that Pacific Gray Whales make one of the longest migrations of all mammals? They travel approximately 12,000 miles from the Arctic to Baja California and back again, and can be seen on their southward migration from Cabrillo National Monument.