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Color the Pacific Northwest is an inky exploration of the people, places, plants, and popular culture that define Oregon, Washington, and British Columbia. The 50 illustrations appear on only one side of a high-quality paper that supports a variety of mediums, including pencils and markers. You can color Sasquatch, ink your own latte art, fill in the details of an intricate family of salmon, discover the Oregon Trail, and color a flying fish from Seattle’s Pike Place Market, all from the comfort of your own home.
Author: Zoe Keller
Publisher: Workman Press
Publication Date: 2016
Softcover, 9"x9", 104 pages
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Extensively researched, Space Needle: The Spirit of Seattle provides a detailed account of the Space Needle's conception, funding, and construction, as well as its important role in the Century21 World's Fair in 1962 and how it has helped define modern Seattle. Written to help celebrate the Needle's 50th anniversary in 2012, author Knute Berger was made the Space Needle's Writer-in-Residence and given unprecedented access to the building archives. The book features more than 200 images, both historical and contemporary, and is one of the most comprehensive histories of the Space Needle's enduring legacy.
Author: Knute Berger
Publisher: Documentary Media LLC
Publication Date: 2012
Softcover with flaps, 9.25"x9.75", 184 pages
With 76 breathtaking photographs, historical images, and conceptual architectural renderings, this gift-quality Space Needle history is accurately told by nationally known business writer Robert Spector. Featuring photography by Lara Swimmer.
Author: Robert Spector
Publisher: Documentary Media, LLC
Publication Date: 2002
Softcover with flaps, 6"x12", 96 pages