Reading Allowed

Wednesday • March 1 • 11am

Mill Creek store

Join us at our Mill Creek store for dramatic readings of the best in new and classic kids books. You bring the kids, and we'll provide the activities and refreshments. StoryTime for Kids is appropriate for toddler to preschool age children. Call 425.385.3530 for details.

 

How Soon Is Now? (WATKINS)

Wednesday • March 1 • 7pm

U District store

Futurist and counterculture icon, Daniel Pinchbeck expands on his 2013 TEDx talk in this new book. Pinchbeck explains that Western culture is rushing towards global catastrophe and human extinction. He ...  Read more

Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk: A Novel (ECCO)

Wednesday • March 1 • 7:30pm

Benaroya Hall, S Mark Tauper Foundation Auditorium, 200 University Street

National Book Award finalist and one of Amazon.com's Best Books of the Year, Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk is a witty and ironic sendup of Middle America, Fox News politics, ...  Read more

Emerald City Comic Con

Thursday • March 2 • 9am

Washington State Convention Center, 800 Convention Place

Are you ready for ECCC? 2017 marks the 15th year of this epic convention.

Attend awesome panels about comic books (both big name and indie), storytelling, art, game ...  Read more

Compartment No. 6

Thursday • March 2 • 7pm

King County Library Federal Way

Rosa Liksom's impressionistic travelogue Compartment No. 6 is set in the waning years of the Soviet Union on a Moscow train bound for Mongolia. A Finnish woman boards, intentionally choosing ...  Read more

Emerald City Comic Con

Friday • March 3 • 9am

Washington State Convention Center, 800 Convention Place

Are you ready for ECCC? 2017 marks the 15th year of this epic convention.

Attend awesome panels about comic books (both big name and indie), storytelling, art, game ...  Read more

Emerald City Comic Con

Saturday • March 4 • 9am

Washington State Convention Center, 800 Convention Place

Are you ready for ECCC? 2017 marks the 15th year of this epic convention.

Attend awesome panels about comic books (both big name and indie), storytelling, art, game ...  Read more

Damaged Goods

Saturday • March 4 • 2pm

Everett Public Library, Evergreen Branch 9512 Evergreen Way

The second book of Jennifer Bardsley's exciting dystopian series, Blank Slate, picks up where Genesis Girl left off. Teen Blanca has finally escaped the abusive control of her birth father, ...  Read more

The Many Reflections of Miss Jane Deming (SIMON & SCHUSTER)

Saturday • March 4 • 4pm

U District store

We're loving this new book from J. Anderson Coats! For high-spirited 11-year-old Jane Deming, Asa Mercer's plan to take 700 single girls and Civil War widows from New England to ...  Read more

Emerald City Comic Con

Sunday • March 5 • 9am

Washington State Convention Center, 800 Convention Place

Are you ready for ECCC? 2017 marks the 15th year of this epic convention.

Attend awesome panels about comic books (both big name and indie), storytelling, art, game ...  Read more

Sunday • March 5 • 11:30am

Mill Creek store

Sometimes there's no better listener than man's best friend—especially when children are learning how to read.

Join us the first Sunday of every month as we partner with ...  Read more

Of Orcas and Men: What Killer Whales Can Teach Us

Sunday • March 5 • 2pm

Everett Public Library, 2702 Hoyt Avenue

Seattle-based investigative journalist David Neiwert offers a compelling mix of cultural history, environmental reporting and scientific research in Of Orcas and Men. He explores one of earth's most intelligent animals—orcas ...  Read more

The Smartest Book in the World (SIMON & SCHUSTER)

Sunday • March 5 • 6:30pm

The Crocodile

Comedian Greg Proops is best known for his work on improv comedy show Whose Line Is It Anyway? and his award-winning podcast "The Smartest Man in the World." His new ...  Read more

Paul Havas

Monday • March 6 • 7pm

U District store

Noted art critic and author Matthew Kangas examines the life and work of local artist Paul Havas in a book that draws on an archive of writings, letters, and documentary ...  Read more

Tuesday • March 7 • 11am

U District store

Join us at our U District store for dramatic readings of the best in new and classic kids books.

You bring the kids, and we'll provide the activities and entertainment.

StoryTime for Kids is appropriate for ages 3 - 7.

 

Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo

Tuesday • March 7 • 6:30pm

Mill Creek store

The city of Ketterdam is a bustling hub of international trade: you can get anything you want—for the right price. No one knows this better than criminal prodigy Kaz Brekker. This skilled thief has been offered a job that could make him rich beyond his wildest dreams, but can't pull it off on his own. Assembling a crack team of talented outcasts, he plans a mission to liberate a prisoner from the most secure prison in the world, so that the secrets he holds can be exploited by the right people. But as these volatile misfits try to work together, old grudges, mistrust, lingering secrets, and deadly rivalries begin to bubble to the surface. Filled with complex characters, magic, political intrigue and surprising twists, Six of Crows makes for an enthralling read.

Silence Fallen and Etched in Bone (ACE) (ROC)

Tuesday • March 7 • 7pm

U District store

Shapeshifters, vampires, and humans battle for power and survival in these new adrenaline-pumping stories from authors Patricia Briggs and Anne Bishop.

Coyote shapeshifter Mercy finds herself in the ...  Read more

Wednesday • March 8 • 11am

Mill Creek store

Join us at our Mill Creek store for dramatic readings of the best in new and classic kids books. You bring the kids, and we'll provide the activities and refreshments. StoryTime for Kids is appropriate for toddler to preschool age children. Call 425.385.3530 for details.

 

Terms of Service: Social Media and the Price of Constant Connection by Jacob Silverman

Wednesday • March 8 • 6pm

U District store

Facebook, Twitter, Instagram—social networking has grown into a staple of modern society and its impact on our lives is greater than we realize. Terms of Service crystallizes this moment in technology and contemplates its implications: the identity-validating pleasures and perils of online visibility; the view of daily life through the lens of what is share-worthy; and the surveillance utilized by social media platforms to mine our personal data for advertising revenue, an invasion of our lives that is as pervasive as government spying. Jacob Silverman debuts with a deep and disquieting plunge into digital culture with ideas about needed policy changes and warnings of the future continued citizen inaction could create.

Smells Like Finn Spirit (TOR)

Wednesday • March 8 • 7pm

U District store

You're invited to the launch party of local author Randy Henderson's new book! In this final installment of his Familia Arcana series, Smells Like Finn Spirit, Finn Graymare's readaptation to ...  Read more

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