B.C.: 15 bestselling books for the week of April 30

Compiled by the Association of Book Publishers of B.C.

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1. Framed in Fire: A Lane Winslow Mystery — Iona Whishaw (TouchWood Editions).

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2. Return to Solitude: More Desolation Sound Adventures with the Cougar Lady, Russell the Hermit, the Spaghetti Bandit and Others — Grant Lawrence (Harbour Publishings).

3. Mushrooms of British Columbia — Andy MacKinnon Crook and Kem Luther (Royal B.C. Museum).

4. A is for Anemone: A First West Coast Alphabet — Robert Budd, illustrated by Roy Henry Vickers (Harbour Publishing).

5. Whitewater Cooks Together Again — Shelley Adams Budd (Alicon Holdings).

6. Luschiim’s Plants: Traditional Indigenous Foods, Materials and Medicines — Luschiim Arvid Charlie and Nancy J. Turner (Harbour Publishing).

7. Be a Good Ancestor — Leona Prince and Gabrielle Prince, illustrated by Carla Joseph (Orca Book Publishers).

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8. When Trains Ruled the Kootenays: A Short History of Railways in Southeastern British Columbia — Terry Gainer (Rocky Mountain Books).

9. The Quiet in Me — Patrick Lane (Harbour Publishing).

10. Richard Wagamese Selected: What Comes from Spirit — Richard Wagamese (Douglas and McIntyre).

11. Always Pack a Candle: A Nurse in the Cariboo-Chilcotin — Marion McKinnon Crook (Heritage House Publishing).

12. Forest Walking: Discovering the Trees and Woodlands of North America — Peter Wohlleben and Jane Billinghurst (Greystone Books).

13. Dempsey Bob: In His Own Voice — Dempsey Bob (Figure 1 Publishing).

14. Buffalo Is The New Buffalo — Chelsea Vowel (Arsenal Pulp Press).

15. The Carbon Footprint of Everything — Mike Berners-Lee (Greystone Books).

  Compiled by the Association of Book Publishers of B.C.

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