Memoirs and Personal Accounts

Angers, T. (2008). An airboat on the streets of New Orleans: A Cajun couple lends a hand after Hurricane Katrina floods the city. Acadian House Pub.

Danna, D., & Cordray, S. E. (2010). Nursing in the storm: Voices from Hurricane Katrina. Springer Pub. Co.

Ketterlin, K. (2009). Remembering God: The story of a volunteer and Hurricane Katrina. K2 Publishing.

Maestri, W. (2010). The Archdiocese of New Orleans and Hurricane Katrina: A story of hope in a time of destruction. Éditions du Signe.

Montana-Leblanc, P. (2008). Not just the levees broke: My story during and after Hurricane Katrina. Atria Books.

Player, E. (2010). Heroin, Hurricane Katrina, and the howling within: An addiction memoir. [The Author].

Tarshis, L., & Dawson, S. (2010). I survived Hurricane Katrina, 2005. Scholastic.

Wells, K. (2008). The good pirates of the forgotten bayous: Fighting to save a way of life in the wake of Hurricane Katrina. Yale University Press.

Photo and Visual Documentation

Biguenet, J., Maklansky, S., & Lewis, R. A. (2010). Before, during, after: Louisiana photographers' visual reactions to Hurricane Katrina. UNO Press.

Marsalis, W. (2005). Hurricane Katrina: The storm that changed America. Time Books.

Historical and Sociopolitical Analysis

Brinkley, D. (2006). The great deluge: Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans, and the Mississippi Gulf Coast. Morrow.

Bullard, R. D., & Wright, B. (2009). Race, place, and environmental justice after Hurricane Katrina: Struggles to reclaim, rebuild, and revitalize New Orleans and the Gulf Coast. Westview Press.

Chamlee-Wright, E., & Storr, V. H. (2010). The political economy of Hurricane Katrina and community rebound. Edward Elgar.

Dyson, M. E. (2006). Come hell or high water: Hurricane Katrina and the color of disaster. Basic Civitas Books.

Hartman, C. W., & Squires, G. D. (2006). There is no such thing as a natural disaster: Race, class, and Hurricane Katrina. Routledge.

Horne, J. (2008). Breach of faith: Hurricane Katrina and the near death of a great American city. Random House.

Kilmer, R. P. (2010). Helping families and communities recover from disaster: Lessons learned from Hurricane Katrina and its aftermath. American Psychological Association.

Levitt, J. I., & Whitaker, M. C. (2009). Hurricane Katrina: America’s unnatural disaster. University of Nebraska Press.

Macdonald, J. W., Dixon, L. S., & Zakaras, L. (2010). Residential insurance on the U.S. Gulf Coast in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina: A framework for evaluating potential reforms. Rand.

Marable, M., & Clarke, K. (2008). Seeking higher ground: The Hurricane Katrina crisis, race, and public policy reader. Palgrave Macmillan.

Miller, D. S., & Rivera, J. D. (2008). Hurricane Katrina and the redefinition of landscape. Lexington Books.

Troutt, D. D. (2006). After the storm: Black intellectuals explore the meaning of Hurricane Katrina. New Press.

Woods, C. A. (2010). In the wake of Hurricane Katrina: New paradigms and social visions. Johns Hopkins University Press.

Research and Analysis

Chandra, A., & Acosta, J. D. (2009). The role of nongovernmental organizations in long-term human recovery after disaster: Reflections from Louisiana four years after Hurricane Katrina. RAND.

Dass-Brailsford, P. (2010). Crisis and disaster counseling: Lessons learned from Hurricane Katrina and other disasters. SAGE.

Fradin, J. B., & Fradin, D. B. (2010). Hurricane Katrina. Marshall Cavendish Benchmark.

Garner, A. (2010). Bent but not broken: Hurricane Katrina. TinyPrints.

Godfrey, N. P. (Ed.). (2009). Hurricane Katrina: Impact, recovery and lessons learned. Nova Science Publishers, Inc.

Hapij, A. W. (2010). Multidisciplinary assessment of critical facility response to natural disasters—the case of Hurricane Katrina. American Society of Civil Engineers.

Lansford, T. (2010). Fostering Community Resilience: Homeland Security and Hurricane Katrina. Ashgate.

Malloy, R. P. (2009). Law and recovery from disaster: Hurricane Katrina. Ashgate Pub.

Pietras, J. (2008). Hurricane Katrina. Chelsea House Publishers.

Richardson, H. W., Gordon, P., & Moore, J. E. (2008). Natural disaster analysis after Hurricane Katrina: Risk assessment, economic impacts, and social implications. Edward Elgar.

Steinberg, P. E., & Shields, R. (2008). What is a city?: Rethinking the urban after Hurricane Katrina. University of Georgia Press.

Turner, R. B. (2009). Jazz religion, the second line, and Black New Orleans: After Hurricane Katrina. Indiana University Press.

Children's, Juvenile, Young Adult, & Graphic Novels

Collins, T., & Dazo, B. (2008). Hurricane Katrina. Jamestown Education.

Dudley, W. (2006). Hurricane Katrina. Greenhaven Press.

Dufresne, M. (2008). Hurricane Katrina dogs. Pioneer Valley Educational Press.

Haydel, N. J., & Weatherby-Doorman, D. B. (2009). The Creole Cats meet Hurricane Katrina. Instant

Henningfeld, D. A. (2010). Hurricane Katrina. Greenhaven Press.

Ouellette, J. (2008). Hurricane Katrina. ABDO Pub.

Peters, S. T., & Aburto, J. (Illustrator). (2009). Storm of the century: A Hurricane Katrina story. Stone Arch Books.

Powell, G., & Bray, P. (2008). Ayiana and the Hurricane Katrina classmate. PublishAmerica.

Singleton, D. M. (2008). The aftermath of Hurricane Katrina: Educating traumatized children pre-K through college. University Press of America, Lanham.