Third Place Books
What better way to spend a rainy afternoon than by cozying up to a good book with some good coffee in Seattle? Here are five the best places to do just that.
Looking for that one novel? Check out these locally owned Seattle bookstores! They are independent, locally owned establishments and are bound to have that missing gem.
Meet an Olympic athlete, a NASA astronaut, and a Nigerian writer during Seattle’s Black History Month. February, 2013 is filled with performances, films, lectures and art in celebration of our country’s African American heritage.
The “Fifty Shades of Grey” author E L James will soon make her first visits to two hotspots featured in her erotic trilogy: Seattle and Portland.
Dr. Seuss, born on March 2, 1904 in Springfield Massachusetts, is an American Icon. He’d be 108 this year. His stories, however, are timeless. Get your kids and head out to one of these fun Dr. Seuss parties, just in time for his new movie to be released!
While Barnes & Noble, Borders and online retailers may have thousands of copies for that latest best seller, Seattle also is home to many smaller independent shops which cater to readers with finer tastes. Besides Elliott Bay, there’s also the Seattle Mystery Bookshop, Left Bank Books, Wessel & Lieberman and others putting a unique stamp on Seattle’s reading scene.