B.C.: 15 bestselling books for the week of Sept. 2

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5. A Complex Coast: A Kayak Journey from Vancouver Island to Alaska — David Norwell (Heritage House Publishing).

6. Cold Case B.C.: The Stories Behind the Province’s Most Sensational Murder and Missing Person Cases — Eve Lazarus (Arsenal Pulp Press).

7. A Kid’s Guide to Plants of the Pacific Northwest: with Cool Facts, Activities and Recipes — Philippa Joly (Harbour Publishing).

8. A Season on Vancouver Island — Bill Arnott (RMB|Rocky Mountain Books).

9. Wired for Music: A Search for Health and Joy Through the Science of Sound — Adriana Barton (Greystone Books).

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

11. The Power of Trees: How Ancient Forests Can Save Us if We Let Them — Peter Wohlleben (Greystone Books).

12. The Coastal Forager’s Cookbook: Feasting Wild in the Pacific Northwest — Robin Kort (TouchWood Editions).

13. Tracking Giants: Big Trees, Tiny Triumphs, and Misadventures in the Forest — Amanda Lewis Simpson (Greystone Books).

14. Oolichan Moon — Samantha Beynon, illustrated by Lucy Trimble (Harbour Publishing).

15. I Hear You, Ocean — Kallie George, illustrated by Carmen Mok (Greystone Books).

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

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