Books in Print

Here are all books written by Chris Czajkowski (or her dogs.) Listed in order of publication.  Most recent at the top.  Scroll down for more details

Harry: A Wilderness Dog Saga (to be published September 2016.)

And the River Still Sings

Lonesome – 10th Anniversary Edition

Ginty’s Ghost

A wilderness Dweller’s Cookbook

A Mountain Year

Wildfire in the Wilderness

Lonesome: Memoirs of a Wilderness Dog

Snowshoes and Spotted Dick

Nuk Tessli: The Life of a Wilderness Dweller

Blockhaus am Singenden Fluss

Cabin at Singing River

To Stalk the Oomingmak

cover of Ginty's Ghost

Ginty’s Ghost

21.95

Soft Cover, 296 pages

Harbour Publishing, September 2012

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Chris’s “retirement” home on a remote, derelict homestead in British Columbia, Canada.

 

front cover, cookbook

A Wilderness Dweller’s Cookbook

14.95

Soft Cover, 96 pages

Harbour Publishing, October 2010

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The Best Bread in the World and other food dissertations and recipes from Nuk Tessli, a remote, fly-in Lake high in British Columbia’s mountains.

 

A Mountain Year front cover

A Mountain Year

36.95

Hard Cover, 184 pages

Harbour Publishing, October 2008

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Nature journal full of colour drawings from Nuk Tessli, a remote fly-in lake high in British Columbia’s mountains.

cover of Wildfire in the Wilderness

Wildfire in the Wilderness

19.95

Soft Cover, 224 pages

Harbour Publishing, August 2006

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The dramatic account of the Lonesome Lake Fire of 2004 in British Columbia’s mountains.

 

Lonesome, cover

Lonesome: Memoirs of a Wilderness Dog

17.95

Soft Cover, 240 pages

Touchwood Editions, October 2004

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Years of wilderness living in British Columbia’s mountains as seen through the eyes of a dog. It will make you laugh and cry.

 

cover of Snowshoes and Spotted Dick

Snowshoes and Spotted Dick

24.95

Soft Cover, 304 pages

Harbour Publishing, May 2003

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Building a cabin on a high-altitude lake in British Columbia’s mountains.

 

Nuk Tessli coverNuk Tessli: The Life of a Wilderness Dweller

17.95

Soft Cover, 180 pages

Orca Book Publishers, May 1999

Reissued by Harbour Publishing October 2008

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Life of a single woman in British columbia’s mountains on a high-altitude lake 2-days walk from a road.

Diary of a Wilderness Dweller, cover

Diary of a Wilderness Dweller

18.95

Soft Cover, 209 pages

Orca Book Publishers, October 1996

Reissued by Harbour Publishing October 2008

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A woman builds two cabins alone on a high altitude lake 2 days’ walk from a road in British Columbia’s mountains.

Cover for Cabin at Singing River

Cabin at Singing River

Soft Cover 176 pages

Camden House September 1991

Reissued Raincoast Books, January 2008

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A woman builds a cabin 2 days’ walk from a road in the Tweedsmuir Provincial Par, British Columbia.

 

Blackhaus am Singenden Fluss, cover

Blockhaus am Singenden Fluss

18.95

Soft cover

National Geographic Adventure Press, May 2006

Reissued Piper Verlag GmbH, January 2010

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German translation of Cabin at Singing River.      

To Stalk the Oomingmak, cover

To Stalk the Oomingmak

24.95

Hardcover

Aquarelle Press, 1990

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An artist’s summer in the Canadian arctic.

 

4 Responses to Books in Print

  1. Donna Boehm says:

    Hello Chris I would like to order Ginty’s Ghost, And the River still Sings, also if you still have copies of to Stalk the Oomingnak. I can e transfer you the money or paypal which ever is easiest. My mailing address is Box 37 Bellevue, SK, S0K 3Y0. I also would like to enquire about the book The Lure of the Chilcotin by Christine Peters, is there a way to order from her or easiest to just get it off of Amazon. Thank you Donna

  2. Gini Proulx says:

    Hi Chris,
    Please send me total amount required for you to mail me a copy of “And the River Still Sings”. (Love your title…you have a special knack for choosing good titles!)

    Gini

  3. Bonnie Sager says:

    Chris – – would like to buy your newest book “And the River Still Sings” directly from you.
    What is the easiest way for you?
    You have quite the book tour scheduled!! Best of luck and hope the weather cooperates while you are making all those stops.

  4. Sue Sibley says:

    I live in Ontario, so unfortunately can’t make it to your upcoming slide shows. I read your blog regularly and would like to financially help you as much as I can. It seems ordering directly from you is the best? If so, i’d like a copy of Ginty’s Ghost and also of Nuk Tessli. Please advise re. payment, etc etc. Thank you, you are an inspiration to many!

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