A blog series from Sasquatch Books, “Live Life Local” celebrates the books and authors who are rooted in our beautiful, diverse region, helping you connect with it in new and exciting ways. In this installment, Sasquatch Editorial Director Jen Worick describes how she discovered and became thoroughly smitten with @SeattleWalkReport. The book has cool, quirky, comic-style illustrations that will inspire readers to get out and explore our beloved city by foot! There is also a book giveaway!
We want to help you get away this summer and explore the west coast with Chandler O’Leary’s The Best Coast: A Road Trip Atlas Illustrated Adventures along the West Coast’s Historic Highways. Enter our giveaway to win a copy of The Best Coast! To enter, head to Instagram and follow @sasquatchbooks plus tag a friend that you want to road trip with this summer!
A new blog series from Sasquatch Books, “Live Life Local” celebrates the books and authors who are rooted in our beautiful, diverse region, helping you connect with it in new and exciting ways. The third installment was written by Fire + Wine author Mary Cressler and details her family grilling traditions and PNW BBQ tips. There is also a cookbook giveaway!
Reading is a powerful action on the path to become anti-racist and is an excellent way to start the conversation with your loved ones, especially tweens and teens. Today we would like to turn our commitment into action and share with you reading lists for those looking for books about race and ethnicity by BIPOC authors.
May is Mental Health Awareness month and with so many bookstores and libraries closed we can’t easily turn to those experts we rely on to recommend the right books to fit our children’s needs. Melissa Hart’s Better with Books: 500 Diverse Books to Ignite Empathy and Encourage Self-Acceptance in Tweens and Teens features 22 book lists covering 11 different topics to help children find comfort and perspective through books. Here are mental health reading lists for Preteens and Teens.