B.C.: 15 bestselling books for the week of Oct. 7

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1. Every Child Matters — Phyllis Webstad, illustrated by Karlene Harvey (Medicine Wheel Publishing).

2. Unbroken: My Fight for Survival, Hope and Justice for Indigenous Women and Girls — Angela Sterritt (Greystone Books).

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5. The Secret Pocket — Peggy Janicki, illustrated by Carrielynn Victor (Orca Book Publishers).

6. Inside the Belly of an Elephant: A Motorcycle Journey of Loss, Legacy and Ultimate Freedom — Todd Lawson (Rocky Mountain Books).

7. JAJ: A Haida Manga — Michael Nicoll Yahgulanaas (Douglas & McIntyre).

8. Gumboot Guys: Nautical Adventures on British Columbia’s North Coast — edited by Lou Allison with Jane Wilde (Caitlin Press).

9. Crushed Wild Mint — Jess Housty (Nightwood Editions).

10. Skid Dogs — Emelia Symington-Fedy (Douglas & McIntyre).

11. Searching for Franklin: New Answers to the Great Arctic Mystery — Ken McGoogan (Douglas & McIntyre).

12. Bompa’s Insect Expedition — David Suzuki and Tanya Lloyd Kyi, illustrated by Qin Leng (Greystone Books).

13. Otter Doesn’t Know — Andrea Fritz (Orca Book Publishers).

14. To Track a Traitor: A Lane Winslow Mystery — Iona Whishaw (TouchWood Editions).

15. Fleece and Fibre: Textile Producers of Vancouver Island and the Gulf Islands — Francine McCabe (Heritage House Publishing).

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

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