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Meet the authors of 'Monster ABC' and other fun kids' books

Pacific NW Brothers Derek and Kyle Sullivan are the creative forces behind books that are beloved by kids and parents alike. And they're educational, too!

More happiness, less stress: Practical, humorous parenting tips from author and mom of 4

Great school-related books for toddlers to 12-year-olds

From preschool to middle school, these books address topics that can cause kids stress.

New book: complete guide to Washington State Parks

Book Review: Maggie & Abby’s Neverending Pillow Fort

Little Bigfoot Offers 6 Great Kids' Books for Holiday Gifts

Local children’s book publisher Little Bigfoot shares their holiday gift suggestions for your little book lover.

How to find great books for your kids

You owe your kids better books than your childhood classics: juicy, well-written stories that truthfully represent our complex world.

13 Local Children’s Book Authors Share What They're Reading and Offer Tips for Young Writers

Seattle-area authors reveal the books that inspired them to write children's books, tips for aspiring writers and what they're reading to their kids.

Book Club: Picks for feelings, connection and kindness

The Summer Reading Guide for Kids from Seattle Booksellers

Local kids' lit experts share their top picks for keeping kids reading all summer long.

"What Do You Do with an Idea?" Protect and Grow It

"What Do You Do With An Idea?" is a kids’ book with inspiration for all

Book Review: Sherman Alexie’s "Thunder Boy Jr."

Sherman Alexie's first picture book 'Thunder Boy Jr' is hilarious, heartfelt and beautifully illustrated by Caldecott Honor winner Yuyi Morales.

Sherman Alexie Talks About His First Picture Book

Sherman Alexie on why writing his first picture book "Thunder Boy Jr." was his toughest writing challenge so far

"George" author Alex Gino leads book discussion at University Bookstore March 26

People think 10-year old George is a boy, but she knows she’s not. Her life is a series of endless intricate roles, as she acts the part of a son, a brother, a boy. She navigates bullies, boys’ bathrooms and everyone’s gender expectations on a daily basis. The problem is, that the acting is getting too hard.

Get Your "Ticket to the Pennant"

A conversation with the local author of a nostalgic, baseball-themed children's book set in 1955 South Seattle.
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