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Sandy (Expanded 2nd Edition)

Devastation and Rebirth at the Jersey Shore

Presented by The Asbury Park Press
Sandy (Expanded 2nd Edition) shadow

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$39.95

This new expanded second edition adds 24 pages featuring stunning images of the Seaside Park fire that struck the boardwalk just one month shy of the one-year anniversary of Hurricane Sandy.

Get the book that tells the Hurricane Sandy story like only the writers and photographers of the Asbury Park Press can. This beautiful heirloom-quality, hard-cover, coffee-table book is a follow-up to the wildly popular soft-bound book we published in December. This book not only captures Sandy's fury and the unfathomable destruction left in her wake, but also the indomitable spirit of the residents of the Jersey Shore as they pick up the pieces and rebuild. This is the definitive book on Sandy and it includes stories, front pages and even more photos from our award winning photojournalists.

 

All profits from the sale of the books will be donated the Seaside Park Volunteer Fire Company,  Seaside Heights Volunteer Fire Company as well as the Tri-Boro First Aid Squad.

Categories
ISBN
9781597254786
Pages
200
Binding
Hard
Trim Size
11.125 x 9.5 (in.)

Look Inside Examples only, may not reflect final product

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    Fire on the boardwalk in Seaside Park- Thursday, September 12, 2013.

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    Aerials of Seaside Park Boardwalk fire on September 12, 2013.

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    A fire that started at the Kohrs ice cream stand on the south end of the remains of Funtown pier spreads north.

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    Day 2 of the Seaside Park boardwalk fire. Firefighters on the scene near the FunTown Pier. Total destruction to the Seaside Park and Seaside Heights boardwalk is seen looking south from the upper deck of the Beachcomber night club.

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    Superstorm Sandy damage in Ortley Beach, NJ, was viewed during a flight along the Jersey coastline by Vice President Joe Biden, Nov. 18, 2012.

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    Jersey Shore residents have a long clean up process after Superstorm Sandy, Nov. 11, 2012.

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    NJ DOT commissioner James Simpson surveys the damage to shore communities. Edwin Diaz of the Ocean County engineering dept. works on a section of Rt. 528 at the foot of the Mantoloking bridge that was washed out during Superstorm Sandy.

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    The planking on Casino Pier is being torn up and replaced in small sections. Work moves slowly but at a steady pace on planning and repairing Casino Pier after Superstorm Sandy destroyed much of the pier.

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    Michael McDonald of Union Beach walks through what was the dining room of his home, Nov. 6, 2012. McDonald escaped his home during the tidal surge from Sandy wearing his wet suit and riding his boogie board through the window of his dining room.

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    The boardwalk in Asbury Park, N.J., in under construction on Jan. 9, 2013. Businesses along the south end of the boardwalk are trying to deal with rebuilding their businesses.

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    Many homes and businesses were knocked from their foundation.