Book Features

Here are a few more celebratory choices.
Vancouver’s hippie history has been brought back to life in all of its psychedelic glory in a new hardcover book by former music promoter Jerry Kruz.
Jayne Seagrave is the author of Camping British Columbia and Yukon, which saw its seventh edition released earlier this year.
Our critics look back at everything from provocative histories to moving novels
There’s a molten intensity to the roles that built John Cleese’s reputation as one of the funniest and most influential comedians to use the English language in the last century or so.
The Dunbar book dealer will be relocating to the premises of the latest video-rental store to bite the dust in Vancouver.
The Montreal-based author talks about the importance of focusing on the here and now when faced with a health crisis.
Anyone dealing with the emotional distance that inevitably separates parents and children will likely find solace in this novel.
As a travel writer, Chloë Ernst has hiked in amazing places across Canada and in Bolivia, Spain, and the U.K.
The book also provides insights into how to avoid being ripped off by scamsters who rely on Twitter and Facebook.