"This Time for Keeps" -- Teens who are into the era may enjoy this 1940s film about a singer who becomes romantically involved with a young WWII vet. Shot at the Grand Hotel in Mackinac. (Teens)
Fudge -- You can't leave the island without sampling this famous confection; here's one you can make at home.
Whitefish -- Fry up a local favorite from the Great Lakes.
"The Legend of Mackinac Island" by Kathy-jo Wargin -- A turtle and his friends show what Mackinac was like when the whole world was underwater. (Ages 4 to 8)
"Mayhem on Mackinac Island" by Johnathan Rand -- Thrilling mysteries like a kid-eating tree will have yours looking out for their own adventure on Mackinac. (Ages 9 to 12)
"Once On This Island" by Gloria Whelan -- How different was life here 200 years ago? Twelve-year-old Mary tells all in this dramatic novel. (Ages 9 to 12)
"The Loon Feather" by Lola Fuller -- A sensitive portrayal of the human struggle to blend culture and race, told through a young Native American girl on Mackinac. (Ages 12 and Up)