Sono Nis Press

Other ISBN range for Sono Nis Press: Sono Nis Press (978-0-919462-...)

year of pub­li­ca­ti­onISBNauthor(s)title
1991978-1-55039-013-1Robert D TurnerThe S.S. Moyie: Memories of the oldest sternwheeler
1989978-1-55039-016-2Charles LillardThe Ghostland people: A documentary history of the Queen Charlotte Islands, 1859-1906
  ''978-1-55039-020-9Peter Corley-SmithBarnstorming to bush flying: British Columbia's aviation pioneers, 1910-1930
1994978-1-55039-046-9Ralph HallPioneer goldseekers of the Omineca
1995978-1-55039-061-2Peter · Parker, David N. Corley-SmithHelicopters in the High Country: 40 Years of Mountain Flying
1996978-1-55039-070-4Patricia E. BoveyA Passion For Art: The Art and Dynamics of the Limners
1997978-1-55039-078-0Helga WilliamsWordplay
1998978-1-55039-090-2Terry RekstenRattenbury
2000978-1-55039-110-7Jim BrennanRed Oak Leaf Blank Writing Journal
  ''978-1-55039-112-1KmitDaisy
  ''978-1-55039-113-8Suzy RaxlenHidden Heart Blank Writing Journal Notebook
2001978-1-55039-121-3Sylvia OlsenNo time to say goodbye: Children's stories of Kuper Island Residential School
2002978-1-55039-125-1Katherine GordonA curious life
2003978-1-55039-142-8Sylvia OlsenThe Girl with a Baby
2005978-1-55039-143-5Earl Maquinna GeorgeLiving on the Edge: Nuu-Chah-Nulth History from an Ahousaht Chief's Perspective
2004978-1-55039-147-3Sylvia OlsenWhite Girl
2005978-1-55039-151-0Karen AutioSecond Watch
2007978-1-55039-152-7Sylvia OlsenJust Ask Us: A Conversation with First Nations Teenage Moms
2006978-1-55039-154-1Nikki TateTrouble on Tarragon Island
  ''978-1-55039-155-8Sylvia OlsenYetsa's Sweater
2006978-1-55039-156-5Lyn HancockTabasco the Saucy Raccoon
2007978-1-55039-157-2Penny ChamberlainChasing the Moon
2008978-1-55039-167-1Jan De GrootA Boy in War
2009978-1-55039-168-8Karen AutioSaara's Passage
  ''978-1-55039-173-2Sylvia OlsenCounting on Hope
2010978-1-55039-176-3Nancy TurnerPlants of Haida Gwaii
  ''978-1-55039-181-7Robert D TurnerLogging by Rail: The British Columbia Story
2014978-1-55039-209-8Monique Gray SmithTilly: A Story of Hope and Resilience