2 edition of Raincoast chronicles 21 found in the catalog.
Raincoast chronicles 21
Includes bibliographical references (p. 126-127) and index.
|Other titles||Raincoast chronicles twenty-one, West coast wrecks and other maritime tales|
|LC Classifications||VK1276.V3 J36 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||128 p. :|
|Number of Pages||128|
|LC Control Number||2011505620|
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And the book is Harbour Publishing’s Raincoast Chronicles Raincoast Chronicles have been popular collector items since Howard White published the first one 39 years ago. But still, West Coast Wrecks had only been out two weeks when it made the BC Bestseller list and hadn’t received any publicity yet. Harbour Publishing itself was established in and is best known for its “Raincoast Chronicles” series of anthologies looking at the BC coastline. Children and teen fiction are welcomed, with great examples of their publishing style found in “The Airplane Ride” by Howard White, and “A to Z of Absolute Zaniness” written by Susanne.
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Raincoast Chronicles 21 (Paperback; ISBN): In this special edition of Raincoast Chronicles, maritime historian Rick James takes the reader on.
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She remembers the green, untouched land, the abundant fish and wildlife, the mixture of exhiliration and watchfulness that Author: Florence Tickner. Book Description. When the first edition of Raincoast Chronicles was produced by a couple of novice publishers in the unlikely location of Pender Harbour init boldly announced that it was going “to put BC character on the record.” Printed in sepia ink and decorated with the rococo flourishes characteristic of that extravagant era, the unclassifiable journal-cum-serial-book about.
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We learn the stories behind retired Cape Horn windjammers and solve. Rick James is a writer, maritime historian, photographer and field archaeologist who comes from a long line of has been published in British Columbia Magazine, Canada's History, Western Mariner and other periodicals, and is the author of several books including Raincoast Chronicles West Coast Wrecks and Other Maritime Tales (Harbour Publishing, )/5(4).
Raincoast Books is a Canadian book company based in Vancouver, BC. Raincoast provides full-service Canadian representation to publishers from the US and Canada including Chronicle Books, Hay House, Lonely Planet, Moleskine and Sourcebooks. The first five issues of Raincoast Chronicles, dating back to Winner of the first Eaton's British Columbia Book Award, this is the innovative institution at the heart of BC regional publishing.
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Black and White Photographs (illustrator). Tenth Printing. Foreword by Bob Hunter. Stories and History of the BC Coast. Raincoast Chronicles First Five is the "unauthorized" version of British Columbia's history - raw, exciting, and all true - stories of the men and women who survived the coast's worst catastrophes and authored its greatest.
A book that has become a west coast institution - articles, stories, poems, drawings covering every imaginable aspect of northwest history and folklore. The first five issues of Raincoast Chronicles, dating back to Winner of the first Eaton's British Columbia Book Award, this is the innovative institution at the heart of BC regional Price: $ A book that has become a west coast institution - articles, stories, poems, drawings covering every imaginable aspect of northwest history and folklore.
The first five issues of Raincoast Chronicles, dating back to Winner of the first Eaton's British Columbia Book Award, this is the innovative institution at the heart of BC regional /5(10). The Raincoast Chronicles began in as a result of an Opportunities For Youth Grant. This is the 17th book in the series which have covered a great variety of topics including logging and early Vancouver.
There is no central theme to No. 17 which contains twelve stories about coastal life. Raincoast Chronicles 23 by Howard White,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.4/5(1).
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