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Who makes the stars? 'The Man Made of Stars' highlights the mystical magic of the night sky

Seattle author M.H. Clark and illustrator Lisa Evans capture the magic of nighttime.

Seattle artist Sarah Hartsig creates a gentle watercolor world in 'A Party for Pepper'

Sarah Hartsig wrote, illustrated, and self-published this first book, an introduction to the lovable creatures of the imagined Hazelwood Forest.

Capes and masks from Seattle's World of Whimm for your budding superhero

World of Whimm's superhero costumes are popping up at Pacific Place's Handmade Showroom.

A ring with PNW bling from Portland's Sparrow and Sundry

Rock your Northwest pride in miniature.

'Boats for Papa' navigates life in the face of loss

We dare you to read this great children's book and not cry.

Finding cookbooks, classes and community at Fremont's Book Larder

This sweet culinary bookstore offers a wide variety of thoughtfully chosen, mouth-watering cookbooks.

Living (and loving) the plush life

Leeanna Butcher is one of those lucky artists who has a remarkable talent and happens to be able to make a living out of it.

Audio Travel Guides and Books Entertain on Family Road Trips

Audiobooks and audio travel guides are a great way to quell the chorus of "are we there yet?" from backseat occupants.

Superbly easy, minimal-mess craft kits from Seattle company Sea Tree Bee

Sea Tree Bee's "bee crafty" kits might just be the perfect craft.

This Pacific Northwest Bedtime Book is Sure to Help Your Kids to Sleep

Local author Jennifer Blomgren and illustrator Andrea Gabriel set the perfect bedtime tone for your wild ones with "Where Do I Sleep? A Pacific Northwest Lullaby."

Three Bad Seeds is stitching up beautiful, PNW-inspired huggable pillows

Snuggle up to a fox or bear cub or celebrate our Northwest majesty with a range of mountain pillows.

Of monkeys and magic: A Q&A with local children's book author Matthew Porter

We sat down to chat with Matthew Porter about his new book, The Rise and Fall of Oscar the Magician.

Lively and locally made: 5 cool Northwest products for kids of all ages

From the urban to the suburban, we've rounded up the best of Northwest-made products with serious kid appeal.

Sew what? Kids are picking up needle and thread at Drygoods Design

Drygoods Design has staked its claim in Pioneer Square, offering fabrics, notions, home goods and classes for both kids and adults.

10 alternatives to the "power parent" to follow on Instagram

These parents are documenting their lives in honest, sweet, and frank ways on Instagram.

Hoodies at the ready by elSage Designs

No matter the weather, we Pacific Northwesterners love our cozy fashion choices.
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