BC Bestsellers

For the week of May 15, 2016
Bestseller List
      1. Vancouver Tree Book by David Tracey
      2. Gut by Giulia Enders
      3. Walking to Camelot by John A. Cherrington
      4. Cycling the Islands by John Crouch
      5. The Heaviness of Things That Float by Jennifer Manuel
      6. Peace Dancer by Roy Henry Vickers & Robert Budd
      7. My Heart Fills with Happiness by Monique Gray Smith
      8. The Wild in You by Lorna Crozier & Ian McAllister
      9. Victory Gardens for Bees by Lori Weidenhammer
      10. Boats in My Blood by Barrie Farrell
      11. Emily Carr As I Knew Her by Carol Pearson
      12. Beach Baby by Laurie Elmquist
      13. Bill Reid Collected by Martine J. Reid
      14. The Real Thing by Briony Penn
      15. Journey After Midnight by Ujjal Dosanjh

The BC Bestseller List is compiled using sales data from over 80 independent bookstores in BC, which is provided to the ABPBC by TBM BookManager. The list represents sales of BC published books released within the calendar year.


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News & Events

Province of BC Releases Creative Industries Infographic

May 10th, 2016

In following Creative Industries Week, the Province of British Columbia released an infographic outlining the contribution of our various creative industries. Download the infographic here.

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A Parliament of Poets by Zoe Duhaime

April 18th, 2016

A PARLIAMENT OF POETS
(a storypoem for BC Book Day)
Prepared by and presented on BC Book Day by Victoria Youth Poet Laureate, Zoe Duhaime.

1st page
Welcome to the parliament of poets.

2nd page
You will feel, like any child, a pull to the library.
Welcome to the top of the mountain,
the roses of the flower bed,
the warren in an endless field.
the room is cold, but the spines are red,
No food allowed, but the minds are fed.
You’ll want to spend all day here,
and you can, my friend!
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