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A collection of books from Washington and the nation.
  • Crimes and Capers of the Northwest
    $16.95

    Crimes and Capers of the Northwest

    Crimes and Capers of the Northwest is a rascal-laden romp through Washington, Oregon and Idaho of high-profile crimes and quirky capers that have t...

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  • Colors of the Pacific Northwest: handsome board book features this vibrant region in a unique and creative way, By Amy Mullen.
    $8.95

    Colors of the Pacific Northwest

    The Pacific Northwest is full of colors, and this handsome board book features this vibrant region in a unique and creative way. Featured are red f...

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  • Catastrophe to Triumph: Bridges of the Tacoma Narrows, In Washington State during the 1920s, By Richard S. Hobbs
    $24.95

    Catastrophe to Triumph: Bridges of the Tacoma Narrows

    In Washington State during the 1920s, before the completion of the Tacoma Narrows Bridge, travelers to the Kitsap Peninsula faced a long, often exp...

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  • Booth Who? A Biography of Booth Gardner
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    Booth Who? A Biography of Booth Gardner

    From his first campaign, and upset victory for the State Senate in 1970, to his last, a 2008 landslide that saw Washington become the second state ...

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  • Bathroom Book of Washington Trivia: A collection features well-known and little-known factoids from every corner of the state of Washington.
    $14.95

    Bathroom Book of Washington Trivia

    Washington is a state full of fascinating and colorful people, places and events. This features well-known and little-known factoids from every cor...

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  • Baby Orca: Comforting stories, interactive way to play and read as they build a lifelong love of books together.  By Chronicle Books and Yu-Hsuan Huang.
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    Baby Orca

    Meet Baby Orca! Where does Baby Orca swim? How does Baby Orca like to play? Follow along as he experiences his world, from playtime to bedtime. The...

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  • A Woman First: The Impact of Jennifer Dunn, By Trova Heffernan, story of Dunn breaking the gender barrier in Washington states political arena.
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    A Woman First: The Impact of Jennifer Dunn

    Misjudged, underestimated and sometimes ignored, Jennifer Dunn broke the gender barrier repeatedly as a single mother of two boys. Once labeled a G...

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  • Apollo's Fire: Igniting America's Clean Energy Economy, America’s Apollo Project Toughtful, optimistic book, based on sound facts. By Jay Inslee and Bracken Hendricks.
    $12.00

    Apollo's Fire: Igniting America's Clean Energy Economy

    In 1961, President John F. Kennedy ignited America’s Apollo Project and sparked a revolution in space exploration. Today the New Apollo Energy Proj...

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  • The Inimitable Adele Ferguson: Bremerton's Legendary Columnist
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    The Inimitable Adele Ferguson: Bremerton's Legendary Columnist

    You can't do justice to Adele Ferguson's laugh with only one adjective. It's earthy, infectious and punctuated with delight. Although it has been 5...

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  • Across the Aisles biography of Sid Snyder, By Jeff Burlingame and John C. Hughes shares an oral history in his own words, of Washington politics from 1950 to the present.
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    Across the Aisles: Sid Snyder's Remarkable Life in Groceries & Government

    Raised by a widow in Kelso, Washington during the Great Depression, Sid Snyder relied on hard work to overcome his humble beginnings, working in a ...

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  • Legacy Washington, John C. Hughes, Bob Young, Lori Larson, 1968: The Year that Rocked Washington spotlights 19 Washingtonians whose lives reflected the unsettling problems and soaring ideals of the Sixties.
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    1968: The Year That Rocked Washington

    1968: The Year that Rocked Washington spotlights 19 Washingtonians whose lives reflected the unsettling problems and soaring ideals of the Sixties....

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  • Ira Spring and Harvey Manning, 100 Classics Hikes, fully revised and updated by Craig Romano
    $21.95

    100 Classic Hikes: Washington

    100 Classic Hikes: Washington has been an iconic state trails guidebook for decades. Initially written by the godfathers of Washington guidebooks, ...

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  • Capitol Bookmark
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  • Seattle Bookmark
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    Seattle Bookmark

    Seattle skyline bookmark.

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  • Elliott the Otter
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    Elliott the Otter

    Elliott the Otter lives in Elliott Bay and claims that it’s named after him. And why wouldn’t it be, since he’s in charge of its daily activity? Fr...

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  • Motorcycle Touring in the Pacific Northwest:  The Region's Best Rides
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    Motorcycle Touring in the Pacific Northwest: The Region's Best Rides

    With its spectacular and varied scenes, no other region of America can best the Pacific Northwest when it comes to motorcycle touring—whether a Sun...

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  • Anacortes
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    Anacortes

    Located on the north shore of Fidalgo Island in Washington State's Puget Sound, Anacortes was founded by railroad surveyor Amos Bowman and named in...

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  • Bellingham
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    Bellingham

    Bellingham is known as the city of subdued excitement, but it was not always this way. From its discovery by a British naval captain to its coal, l...

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  • Bainbridge Island
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    Bainbridge Island

    Bainbridge Island sits in the middle of Puget Sound in Washington State. Its unique history starts with the Native Americans and includes logging, ...

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  • Chehalis
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    Chehalis

    After Schuyler and Eliza Saunders staked out property in 1851, early pioneers referred to the soggy Chehalis River bottomland as "Saunders Bottom."...

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  • Cashmere
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    Cashmere

    Cashmere, in the exact center of Washington State, has centuries of settler and Indian history. The Wenatchi called the area Nt’wt’c’kum, and it wa...

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  • Coupeville
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    Coupeville

    The second-oldest town in Washington is Coupeville, founded in 1853. Until the white settlement of the 1850s, the Lower Skagit Indians lived in fou...

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  • DuPont
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    DuPont

    In 1833, the British Hudson’s Bay Company established the first Fort Nisqually as a fur trading post in the area now known as DuPont, Washington. W...

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  • Early Spokane
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    Early Spokane

    Spokan Falls, known as the "Capital of the Inland Empire," was named after the Spokan Indians and the picturesque falls. In 1891, the name was chan...

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