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Prince Edward Island might be better known by its less known spots and from the stories that are passed from generation to generation that make it a land of enchantment. Some books that take this approach are:
Acadian Legends, Folktales & Songs from Prince Edward Island by Georges Arsenault.
Land of the Red Soil: A Popular History of Prince Edward Island by Douglas Baldwin.
Maritime Provinces: Off the Beaten Path: A Guide to Unique Places by Trudy Fong. This book is a nice find, it features those spots that only the curious and careful traveler will value and that the tourist will surely overlook: old villages, lighthouses, special beaches, farm markets, special street corners, colorful characters. It also contains suggestions for half day, day and week trips.
You can always take a look at the usual guides:
Prince Edward Island Colourguide by Laurie Brinklow and Keith Vaughan
Fodor’s Nova Scotia and Atlantic Canada, 9th Edition: With New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, and Newfoundland & Labrador. It is loaded with useful information gathered by local writers who have traveled the region.