You should be able to buy (or order) her books from any bookstore or from Amazon or Indigo. Some earlier books may, however, be out of print by now–or unavailable due to the bankruptcy of Key Porter Books and book distributor HB Fenn.
Contact Sonia if you are having problems getting them.
Her literary agent is Carolyn Forde, Westwood Creative Artists. wcaltd.com
The Untamed Garden. A revealing look at our love affair with plants. Beautifully designed and illustrated. Gold Winner from the U.S. based Garden Writers’ Association, 2012. Hardcover. Published by McClelland & Stewart. On Sale Now.
“Incredible Edibles: 43 Fun Things to Grow in the City”. Firefly Books. Published April, 2010. $14.95 in both Canada and the U.S. Paperback. Praised as “a clever take on the vegetable gardening craze” by the Washington Post.
Won Silver at the Canadian Cookbook Awards.
Highlights: lovely colour pictures by Barrie Murdock on every page. Easy to read advice about veggies, verbs and fruit that you can grow in the city. Also exciting recipes. Everything from Mojito mint to container-friendly tomatoes. All personally tested by Sonia herself.
“Middle-Aged Spread, Moving to the Country at 50″, a humorous memoir published by Key Porter Books. A true story. Sonia buys, on impulse, a ramshackle homestead in the country–and discovers a brand new life plus a host of quirky characters.
Some reader comments about Middle-Aged Spread:
“Entertaining and well written…like Peter Mayle’s blockbuster, a Year in Provence.” — Peggy McKenzie, Toronto Star
“Deirdre the hoity hort and Elinor the eco-evangelist are hilariously funny and pointedly accurate.” —Jodi de Long, Halifax Herald.
“I absolutely loved this book, and was a little sad when it was over. Great read. Very funny, and Sonia has a great sense of humor. I highly recommend this book! If you’ve ever romantically though about giving it all up, and moving to the country, you have to read this book first!” — Peter Somerville
Having recently fallen in love with an older home in the country.. I lived through every episode of this adventure. The author delightfully captures the essence of acquiring an older home, the heart-warming differences between the city and the country, the joy of taking a risk in life when “others” say this is the time to play it safe and the captivating journey of meeting neighbours in the country who challenge your values and extend an open invitation to open your mind to other values and expectations. A fun read to unwind at the end of a day — Sharon Clements
Her previous books, all published by Key Porter:
The Urban Gardener: How to grow things successfully on balconies, terraces, decks and rooftops.
The Urban Gardener Indoors: How to grow things successfully in your house, apartment or condo.
The Complete Urban Gardener: How to grow things successfully indoors and out. Combines both the above books. On sale only at Chapters/Indigo for the bargain price of $15.
The Plant Doctor: A practical guide to having a healthy garden
Tulips: Facts and folklore about the world’s most planted flower.