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Harbour Publishing's Fall Books Preview!

Posted: Thursday, August 10, 2017 at 10:18am

As the summer winds down, we look ahead to the changing season and to a new list of books!


Harbour Publishing is excited to present the latest from bestselling author Chris Czajkowski, Harry: A Wilderness Dog Saga, just in time for the dog days of summer! Told from the perspective of Harry, Chris’s gregarious and loveable canine companion, this book captures the excitement and adventure of life in the wilderness from a unique point of view.

It Can Be Done

We’re also pleased to share two inspiring tales rooted here in BC.

It Can Be Done: An Ordinary Man's Extraordinary Success is the autobiography of Chick Stewart, written with Michele Carter, which shares the story behind Surrey’s S & R Sawmills.

Vertical Horizons

Douglas M. Grant’s Vertical Horizons: The History of Okanagan Helicopters reveals the swashbuckling history of Okanagan Helicopters, which began as a three-man venture and grew into an international operation. Both books include first-hand accounts of ingenuity, diligence and success as well as the history of vital BC industries. 

It Can Be Done is available now, and Vertical Horizons lands in stores in October.

Tailer Park Elegy
Finally, the much-anticipated and “intensely poignant, heart-rending” new poetry collection from Hornby Island poet Cornelia Hoogland arrives in September. Set on the Salish Sea and spanning its history, Trailer Park Elegy explores Hoogland’s grief surrounding the loss of her brother and examines the shifting effects of his absence.

Be sure to check our events calendar for information on upcoming readings, and find us on Facebook for more exciting news about these and the rest of our new books!