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Seattle Walk Report
Instagram sensation Seattle Walk Report uses her distinctive comic style and eagle eye to illustrate the charming and quirky people, places, and things that define Seattle’s neighborhoods.
Leveraging the growing popularity of Seattle Walk Report on Instagram, this charming book features comic book-style illustrations that celebrate the distinctive and odd people, places, and things that define Seattle’s neighborhoods. The book goes deep into the urban jungle, exploring 24 popular Seattle neighborhoods, pulling out history, notable landmarks, and curiosities that make each area so distinctive. Entirely hand-drawn and lettered, Seattle Walk Report will be peppered with fun, slightly interactive elements throughout …
Secret Seattle (Seattle Walk Report)
Capturing the same charm and whimsy she brought to Seattle Walk Report, Instagram darling Susanna Ryan takes things a step further, revealing the forgotten history behind the people, places, and things that shaped Seattle.
Cartoonist and creator of Seattle Walk Report, Susanna Ryan strolls on with a quirky new illustrated guide celebrating Seattle’s historical treasures and outdoor wonders. In Secret Seattle, Ryan explores the weird and wonderful hidden history behind some of the city’s most overlooked places, architecture, and infrastructure, from coal chutes in Capitol Hill, to the last remainder of Seattle’s original Chinatown in Pioneer Square, to …
Take a Walk: Seattle, 4th Edition
The best way to explore Seattle is on foot, and this classic guidebook is updated, expanded, and better than ever. Seattle is renowned for its walkability and stunning natural beauty. This guide will take you from Seattle’s parks and urban greenways to the windswept beaches, old-growth forests, and spectacular hilltop vistas of greater Puget Sound. Featuring 120 of the best routes and destinations, there are highlights for birders, art lovers, beachcombers, history buffs, gardeners, and more—and the book also offers vital information on trail difficulty and accessibility, including trail steepness, walking distance, and wheelchair access. With such scenic gems as …
Live Life Local: Seattle Walk Report
Welcome to “Live Life Local”—where we celebrate the books and authors who are rooted in our beautiful, diverse region, helping you connect with it in new and exciting ways. Each “Live Life Local” feature (we do two a month) will also include a chance to win a copy of the book and a gift to a local business!
This month our first pick is Seattle Walk Report: An Illustrated Walking Tour Through 23 Seattle Neighborhoods by Susanna Ryan because July is for getting outside and we believe this book of cool, quirky, comic-style illustrations will inspire …
Secret Seattle Giveaway
We’re celebrating the upcoming release of @seattlewalkreport new book Secret Seattle with a giveaway! Enter-to-win a copy of the book and a goodie basket filled with author Susanna Ryan’s must-haves for a walk around the Emerald City 💚 Prizes include granola snack packs, a notebook, a camp cup, and an adorable set of custom pins featuring your pet!
ONE grand prize winner will receive:
- A copy of Secret Seattle by Susanna Ryan
- A set of custom drawn pet pins by the author
- A set of Marge Granola snack packs
- A Rite in the Rain notebook (size: 3.5″ x 6″)
52 Lists for Happiness Floral Pattern
“…filled with pages of joy-boosting prompts, frame-worthy illustrations, and stunning photography that is sure to spark her artsy side.“
—Women’s Health Magazine
For fans of the bestselling 52 Lists series and any journaler who wants to cultivate their own uniquely happy and fulfilling lives through the power of lists!
Drawing on happiness research and her own personal philosophy, Moorea Seal creates an inspiring tool for list lovers everywhere to discover the keys to their own unique happiness and bring more joy and balance into their lives. This beautiful, undated hardcover journal with 52 listing prompts encourages …
Sasquatch Picks: Five Books for Right Now
Welcome to Sasquatch Picks: Five Books for Right Now, a curated list of our top five monthly reading recommendations. Our list for July features the perfect books to help you get outside, explore the PNW, and have an adventure this summer!
Five Books For Exploration in July
Seattle Walk Report
by Seattle Walk Report (Susanna Ryan)
Explore Seattle’s popular neighborhoods this summer with Seattle Walk Report: An Illustrated Walking Tour through 23 Seattle Neighborhoods by Instagram sensation @SeattleWalkReport. With comic book-style illustrations, Seattle Walk Report celebrates the charming and quirky people, places, and things that define Seattle’s neighborhoods. …
Sasquatch Picks for Summer Travel
It’s almost summer vacation! Hit the road with a great book that will help you explore the best of the Pacific Northwest. Browse our list of recommended reads that are perfect for all your summer travel and outdoor activity plans.
The Best Coast
by Chandler O’Leary
Plan an unforgettable summer road trip with this quirky, illustrated book showcasing the West Coast’s historic routes. With roadside attractions, beloved landmarks, hidden history, and other offbeat delights, it’s the perfect inspiration for your trip. It also includes route maps, travel tips, packing guides, and more! From San Diego, California, all the way up …
Northwest Know-How: Haunts
Entertaining, educational and highly giftable, Northwest Know-How: Haunts showcases the haunted hotspots, cemeteries and graveyards, ghost towns, and curiosities in Oregon and Washington.
True crime and the supernatural are more popular than ever and Northwest Know-How: Haunts explores the ghosts, legends, and haunted spots of the Pacific Northwest. From the many haunted spots of Seattle’s Pioneer Square and Pike Place Market to Oregon’s many haunted hotels, lighthouses, and theaters, this book uncovers the events that inspired the hauntings as well as the reports of the hauntings themselves. Read about the ghost of Simon Benson, a teetotaling spirit who has been …
Day Hike! Central Cascades, 4th Edition
Discover the very best hiking trails in Washington State’s Central Cascades—along the I-90 and Highway 2 corridors—that can be done in a day.
From Snoqualmie Pass to the Alpine Lakes Wilderness to Stevens Pass, you’ll find 69 of the best day hikes close to Seattle in this full-color hiking guide. Featuring the lush forests, mountain vistas, waterfalls, and alpine meadows unique to Washington State, each trail is rated from easy to extreme, giving first-time or veteran hikers the variety they want, as well as topographical maps, trail descriptions, and more. Includes complete information for 69 great day hikes within driving distance from …
Day Hike! Mount Rainier, 4th Edition
Discover the very best day hiking trails in Mount Rainier National Park—whether you wan to experience old-growth forests, glacier views, alpine lakes, or high meadows.
From Paradise to Stevens Canyon or Cougar Rock, you’ll the 50 best day hikes around Mount Rainier in this full-color hiking guide. Featuring the lush forests, mountain vistas, and alpine meadows, each trail is rated from easy to extreme, giving first-time or veteran hikers the variety they want, as well as topographical maps, trail descriptions, and the best camping options in and near the park. Includes complete information for 50 great day hikes within driving distance …
Sasquatch Picks to Enjoy the PNW Summer
There’s still time to make the most of your summer! Explore the great outdoors, hit the road, enjoy the sun at the beach, or serve up delicious seasonal recipes with our list of essential PNW #SasquatchBooks 📚
Northwest Know-How: Trees
by Karen Gaudette Brewer; Illustrated by Emily Poole
If you’re hiking this summer, be sure to pack this entertaining and educational guide of the Pacific Northwest’s most engaging and impressive varieties. It provides identification tips, statistics, and fun facts for each of the 54 trees featured and beautiful illustrations showing the full silhouette along with finer details such as a …
We’re Thankful for You Giveaway
The holidays are in full swing and this Thanksgiving, we’re thankful for you, our readers! To celebrate, we’re giving away a full set of our #SasquatchPicks for holiday gifts. One lucky winner will win a copy of each:
- A Home Under the Stars by Andy Chou Musser
- Best Worst Grateful by Spruce Books
- Cannelle et Vanille Bakes Simple by Aran Goyoaga
- I Heart Soul Food by Rosie Mayes
- My 52 Lists Project by Moorea Seal
- Savage Love from A to Z by Dan Savage & illustrated by Joe Newton
- Secret Seattle by Susanna Ryan (Seattle Walk Report)
- Sumo Counting by
Newsletter Launch Giveaway
We’re excited to announce the launch of our newsletter, and we think you’re going to love the thoughtfully curated content for readers, home cooks, outdoor enthusiasts, parents and more! Sign up early and we’ll send you one of our favorite books in the category of your choice—memoir, cookbook, journal, or children’s book.
Be among the first 50 people to sign up, and select one of the following free books:
- House Lessons by Erica Bauermeister
- Cooking from Scratch by PCC Community Markets
- Best Worst Grateful by Spruce Books
- Curious EnCOUNTers by Ben Clanton; Illustrated by Jessixa Bagley
We will notify …
Live Life Local: Simple Fruit
Welcome to “Live Life Local”—where we celebrate the books and authors who are rooted in our beautiful, diverse region, helping you connect with it in new and exciting ways. Each “Live Life Local” feature includes a chance to win a copy of the book and a gift to a local business!
This month our pick is Simple Fruit: Seasonal Recipes for Baking, Poaching, Sautéing, and Roasting by Laurie Pfalzer because August is the month to celebrate the bounty of the Pacific Northwest and to savor our local flavors that make summer the most delicious time of …
Meet the Author: Vicki Conrad
Get to know Little Bigfoot author Vicki Conrad! Her picture book biography Just Like Beverly celebrates the life of beloved author Beverly Cleary, who would have turned 105 on April 12th! In this interview, she shares why she was inspired to write this book, what she loves about Beverly Cleary (including her favorite books!), her journey to becoming a published author, why reading is so important, and more!
What inspired you to write this book?
Years ago, someone told me in passing that Beverly Cleary struggled with reading as a child and wanted to write books about kids like her; …