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10/01/2019 - 6:30pm

The Elliott Bay Book Company
Elliott Bay Book Group
The Elliott Bay Book Company
1521 Tenth Avenue
Seattle, WA 98122
All who wish to convene in this informally-set, ongoing reading group dedicated to both fiction and non-fiction are welcome to do so. This month’s selection for reading and discussion is Henning Mankell’s An Event in Autumn (Vintage).   learn more
 

10/02/2019 - 11:30am

The Elliott Bay Book Company
PJ Library Song & Storytime
The Elliott Bay Book Company
1521 Tenth Avenue
Seattle, WA 98122
Our friends at PJ Library, which does these song & storytimes designed for tots, toddlers and those looking after them at a few select bookstores here in the area, visit as a regular feature of our Wednesday mornings. These are free and open to all and are usually thirty minutes of good fun, activity and exploration of language, movement and rhythm. Please join us in the Children’s Section by the castle!
 

10/02/2019 - 7:00pm

The Elliott Bay Book Company
Seane Corn
The Elliott Bay Book Company
1521 Tenth Avenue
Seattle, WA 98122
Celebrated yoga teacher and activist Seane Corn speaks today about her new book, Revolution of the Soul: Awaken to Love Through Raw Truth, Radical Healing, and Conscious Action (Sounds True), in which she shares her message about the power of yoga to “heal, love bigger, and be of service to the world.”   "In this insightful and integrated book, Seane Corn journeys into the depth of essential wisdom that can be found on the yoga mat. Drawing connections from classic ancient teachings and physical practices to modern-day realities, she presents a roadmap from abstract theory to in-your-life application. She boldly confronts issues of privilege, race, and justice that yogis and meditators too often bypass, starting where it matters: from the inside out. Seane goes beyond lip service that our liberation is bound together and offers up her own journey--backsteps and all--as an invitation for each and every one of us to walk our own path of liberation, too." --Rev. angel Kyodo williams, Sensei, author of Radical Dharma, and founder of Transformative Change. Seane Corn is a cofounder with Hala Khouri and Suzanne Sterling of Off the Mat, Into the World, a global humanitarian leadership training program.
 

10/02/2019 - 7:30pm

Town Hall Seattle
Ijeoma Oluo with Charles Mudede
Town Hall Seattle
1119 Eighth Avenue
Seattle, WA 98101
The paperback release of Seattle writer Ijeoma Oluo’s vital, essential, internationally acclaimed book, So You Want to Talk About Race (Seal Press) is the occasion for this evening of talk with Stranger editor and writer Charles Mudede. "So You Want to Talk About Race strikes the perfect balance of direct and brutally honest without being preachy or, worse, condescending. Regardless of your comfort level, educational background, or experience when it comes to talking about race, Ijeoma has created a wonderful tool to help broach these conversations and help us work toward a better world for people of color from all walks of life."- Franchesca Ramsey. "I don't think I've ever seen a writer have such an instant, visceral, electric impact on readers. Ijeoma Oluo's intellectual clarity and moral sure-footedness make her the kind of unstoppable force that obliterates the very concept of immovable objects." - Lindy West. Coming next spring will be a much-anticipated new book, Mediocre: The Dangerous Legacy of White Male America (Seal Press). Presented by TOWN HALL CIVICS Series in partnership with ELLIOTT BAY BOOK COMPANY. Tickets and more information here.
 

10/03/2019 - 7:00pm

The Elliott Bay Book Company
John Balaban
The Elliott Bay Book Company
1521 Tenth Avenue
Seattle, WA 98122
Esteemed poet and translator John Balaban makes this welcome return to Elliott Bay and the region that has published much of his work, that being Port Townsend, home of Copper Canyon Press. The author of twelve books of poetry, John Balaban is here tonight with his newest, Empires (Copper Canyon). “In a way that few poets do, John Balaban truly roams the globe—and the centuries. He has his eye on empires, yes, but also on moments when different slices of history collide... His capacious poems enlarge our eyes on the world.” —Adam Hochschild. “In these poems, John Balaban plumbs the recent and ancient past. His generous spirit and technical brilliance cast a very bright light. Empires is luminous work.” —Elizabeth Farnsworth. In addition to his own poetry, John Balaban is particularly known for his work in translating poetry and writing from the Vietnamese. Copper Canyon has published, Spring Essence: The Poetry of Hô Xuân Huong  and Ca dao Việt Nam: Vietnamese Folk Poetry.
 

10/04/2019 - 7:00pm

The Elliott Bay Book Company
Tamim Ansary
The Elliott Bay Book Company
1521 Tenth Avenue
Seattle, WA 98122
Tamim Ansary, a Bay Area-based cultural historian who was born and lived in Afghanistan until the age of sixteen, has written a series of books that look at layers, connections, and contrasts of different places, different periods, different motives - and how things affect the other. He is here this evening with a book that has a certain sweep to it, shall we say: The Invention of Yesterday: A 50,000-Year History of Human Culture, Conflict, and Connection (Public Affairs). "Tamim Ansary has done it again, writing an expansive, wonderfully readable account of our present world. With deft examples drawn from across history, he skewers the idea that there's anything pure about culture or race. Ideas have blended and meshed across space and time to make the modern world what it is. Ansary is a charming guide to this blesh of civilizations, and to the world's permanent-and hopeful-capacity for change."—Raj Patel.
 

10/04/2019 - 7:00pm

Benaroya Hall Nordstrom Recital Hall
Tegan & Sara Quin
Benaroya Hall Nordstrom Recital Hall
200 University Street
Seattle, WA 98101
As this goes to press, we believe these two programs (7pm & 10pm)  - unique from the fabulous shows Tegan and Sara Quin put on as musicians - are sold out. Up to date information is to be found at the website cited at the end of this listing. For other purposes, this to help herald the news that in addition to a new album release, Hey, I’m Just Like You, the Vancouver-based duo have co-authored a fabulous book, High School (MCD/Farrar, Straus & Giroux). “This account of the pains and pleasures of dirtbag queer-girl adolescence is everything you could want from a memoir: honest and hilarious, dishy and sweet, smart and self-aware and utterly charming. What a gift to get this view of Tegan and Sara as sisters, as friends, and as artistic collaborators, as they were becoming musical icons, and—more importantly—themselves.” —Carmen Maria Machado. "To navigate the experiential landscape of high school is always an emotional minefield. To have Tegan and Sara unabashedly share the perspective of young lesbians is a rare and invaluable gift. The kind of empathetic education our society is starved for.” —k.d. Lang. That is just some of the early praise with Hanif Abdurraqib, Ivan Coyote, Abbi Jacobson, Michelle Tea, Augusten Burroughs, and Vivek Shraya among those chiming in. Presented by STG at Benaroya. More information, including admission possibilities, here.
 

10/05/2019 - 10:30am

Impact Hub Seattle
Civic Saturday
Impact Hub Seattle
220 2nd Avenue S.
Seattle, WA 98104
Civic Saturdays, recently profiled by Courtney Martin, Jr. in The New York Times, is now a national movement. These gatherings are a salve for the civic soul — a place to come together in civic community, be inspired and encouraged to reflect and connect, and create new civic traditions that are joyful and communal. Friends and strangers gather to hear readings, sing together, share thoughts and ideas and to hear a “civic sermon” from founder Eric Liu, whose recent book, Become America: Civic Sermons on Love, Responsibility and Democracy (Sasquatch), is a collection of many past sermons. Also featured are poetry from Naa Akua and music by Shaudi Vahdat, both Artists in Residence.  Doors open at 10:00 a.m. and refreshments and childcare will be provided. Please email taneum@citizenuniversity.us if you would like to be an event volunteer, or for ASL/interpretation services. Presented by CITIZEN UNIVERSITY. Free and though no tickets are required, RSVPs are encouraged: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/civic-saturday-at-impact-hub-tickets-70655449351. Find out more about Civic Saturday at citizenuniversity.us.
 

10/05/2019 - 11:00am

The Elliott Bay Book Company
Children's Storytime - ages 2 and up
The Elliott Bay Book Company
1521 Tenth Avenue
Seattle, WA 98122
Our weekly Children’s Storytimes commence for October with this reading from picture and storybook favorites out of our children’s section. One of our Elliott Bay bookfolk will do the reading and telling honors. Go to the castle in the children’s section...and the stories begin! Please join us!
 

10/05/2019 - 7:00pm

The Elliott Bay Book Company
Nora Krug
The Elliott Bay Book Company
1521 Tenth Avenue
Seattle, WA 98122
Along with our friends from the Goethe Institute Seattle Pop Up, we welcome prize-winning graphic narrative author Nora Krug. Her illustrated memoir and meditation on her German homeland, Belonging: A German Reckons with History and Home (Scribner, newly in paper), received the prestigious National Book Critics Circle Award, and was cited as a Best Book of the Year by The New York Times, Boston Globe, San Francisco Chronicle, NPR, and others. “Nora Krug has created a beautiful visual memoir of a horrific time in history. A time that torments us to this day. Asking questions and searching for the truth, she will not turn away from the legacy of her family and her country. She asks the question of how any of us survive our family history. Ultimately, the only course is not to veil the answers.”—Maira Kalman. “To belong to a place is not to be able to choose what it takes from you. But we can choose what we take from it. Nora Krug takes from her German homeland, and then gives to us, a sense of what it is like to be German today, and a guide to how a reckoning with the past can begin.” –Timothy Snyder. Presented by GOETHE INSTITUT POP UP SEATTLE and ELLIOTT BAY BOOK COMPANY. For more on our friends and neighbors at Goethe Seattle Pop Up, please see https://www.goethe.de/ins/us/en/sta/gps.html.
 
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10/06/2019 - 3:00pm

The Elliott Bay Book Company
Mary Lou Sanelli
The Elliott Bay Book Company
1521 Tenth Avenue
Seattle, WA 98122
Poet, prose writer and dance teacher Mary Lou Sanelli reads from her novel, The Star Struck Dance Studio of Yucca Springs (Chatwin Books), the story of two dancers, determination and the struggle to forgive. Mary Lou Sanelli, also a dance teacher, has received an Artist Trust GAP Award, a Jack Straw Writers Award and a GoodReads Notable Book Award. This afternoon’s program will open with a performance by dancers from West Seattle Performing Arts, under the direction of Ballet Mistress Stephanie Cain. “This is a story that explores the wide range of human emotion as if from behind the intimate curtain of a dance studio; the meaning of family in all its diverse varieties; determination; the struggle to understand ourselves and the behavior of others; the hope that comes from compassion and acceptance; and resilience.”
 

10/06/2019 - 7:30pm

Benaroya Hall
Patti Smith
Benaroya Hall
200 University Street
Seattle, WA 98101
Four years after giving a sold-out Seattle audience a memorably powerful evening of reading and song for her luminous M Train, Patti Smith returns with another beautiful work of memoir, Year of the Monkey (Knopf). “It was a year of disruption, wandering, dreams and surreal visions: this year of the monkey on the Chinese zodiac was also the year Smith turned 70, and a trickster election hurled the country into a dark looking-glass realm. Smith writes with fresh lucidity, wit, bittersweet wonder, and stoic sorrow, shifting in tone from lyrical to hallucinatory to hard-boiled as she describes her meditative and investigative meanderings along the Pacific coast and in the desert. Keenly sensitive to atmosphere, she finds herself ‘in the middle of the unexplained’ as she travels with cosmic spontaneity and ‘an almost religious simplicity’ . . . She remembers her life-saving childhood library and a cherished, then dying friend. Smith also chronicles with exquisite poignancy her last visits with her soulmate Sam Shepherd . . . Elegiac, vital, and magical.” —Donna Seaman, Booklist. “Elegiac, vital, magical,” indeed. Patti Smith won the National Book Award for her memoir, Just Kids, was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and has received the title of Commandeur des Arts et des Lettres from the French Ministry of Culture. Presented by SEATTLE ARTS & LECTURES. Tickets and more information, here.  
 

10/07/2019 - 7:00pm

The Elliott Bay Book Company
Fatima Bhutto
The Elliott Bay Book Company
1521 Tenth Avenue
Seattle, WA 98122
Along with our friends from Tasveer, and quite appropriate in the timing as they wind down this year’s 14th Tasveer South Asian Film Festival (September 26 - October 6), we present this evening with noted novelist and essayist Fatima Bhutto. The author of five various works of fiction and nonfiction, including a recent novel, The Runaways, not available in the U.S., she is here from her Karachi home with a wonderful book on emerging forms of pop culture in Asia, New Kings of the World: Dispatches from Bollywood, Dizi, and K-Pop (Columbia Journalism Reports). She will be joined onstage in conversation with Washington Lieutenant Governor Cyrus Habib.  “A probing look at some of the shifting tides of global culture. Having borne witness to the throes of political upheaval in her birth country of Pakistan, journalist and novelist Bhutto here explores the local roots and global impact of three contemporary pop-culture game-changers: Bollywood (India), dizi (Turkey), and K-Pop. Many American readers may be surprised to learn that what’s entertaining much of the rest of the world no longer hails from Hollywood or New York….Witty and packed with detail, this is an intercultural shot that should be heard around the world.”—Kirkus Reviews. Co-presented by TASVEER and ELLIOTT BAY BOOK COMPANY.
 

10/08/2019 - 6:30pm

The Elliott Bay Book Company
Global Issues Book Group
The Elliott Bay Book Company
1521 Tenth Avenue
Seattle, WA 98122
This month’s selection for reading and discussion is Brian Eyler’s Last Days of the Mighty Mekong (Zed).   learn more
 

10/08/2019 - 7:00pm

The Elliott Bay Book Company
Kevin Ticen
The Elliott Bay Book Company
1521 Tenth Avenue
Seattle, WA 98122
We are still a couple of years away from Seattle’s new NHL professional ice hockey expansion team’s first season (2021-2022), and so it’s a good time to reflect on Seattle’s first experience with a professional hockey league. Kevin Ticen’s book, When It Mattered Most: The Forgotten Story of America's First Stanley Cup, and the War to End All Wars (Clyde Hill Publishing) is the story of the Seattle Metropolitans, the 1917 Stanley Cup champions. Based on extensive research, including columns written by journalist Royal Brougham in the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, this book creates a vivid picture of players, fans and a bygone era.
 

10/09/2019 - 11:30am

The Elliott Bay Book Company
PJ Library Song & Storytime
The Elliott Bay Book Company
1521 Tenth Avenue
Seattle, WA 98122
Our friends at PJ Library, who do these song & storytimes designed for tots, toddlers, and those looking after them at a few select bookstores here in the area, visit as a regular feature of our Wednesday mornings. These are free and open to all and are usually thirty minutes of good fun, activity, and exploration of language, movement, and rhythm. Please join us in the Children’s Section by the castle!  
 

10/10/2019 - 6:30pm

The Elliott Bay Book Company
Underground YA Book Group grades 6 – 12
The Elliott Bay Book Company
1521 Tenth Avenue
Seattle, WA 98122
Please join us for an ongoing discussion series with no assigned books, moderated by the (teen) readers themselves, with Elliott Bay booksellers on hand to assist, and provide fun things like exclusive access to early copies of forthcoming titles. The plan is to meet the second Thursday of each month.   learn more  
 

10/10/2019 - 7:00pm

The Elliott Bay Book Company
Monique Truong
The Elliott Bay Book Company
1521 Tenth Avenue
Seattle, WA 98122
Monique Truong’s novel, The Sweetest Fruits (Viking), is a retelling of the life of Lafcadio Hearn through the eyes of three women: his Greek mother, the African American woman who was his lover and supporter and the Japanese woman who became his wife and literary collaborator. Lafcadio Hearn, a 19th Century writer best known for his interpretations of Japanese folk tales and customs for Western audiences, is still revered for his role as one of the first Westerners to try to convey his appreciation and knowledge about Japan. The Sweetest Fruits, written with careful attention to historical accounts, provides a new way of looking at and connecting with this important and beloved writer. Monique Truong’s first visit to Elliott Bay was with her debut novel, The Book of Salt.  “Truong does what she does best, painting a vivid portrait of privilege, restlessness, and tenacity through the conflicting experiences of characters grappling with their senses of love, family, and home.”—LitHub. “Globetrotting, luminous… Like [Truong’s] first novel, The Book of Salt, The Sweetest Fruits leads readers on a sweeping narrative that poses questions about belonging, existence, and storytelling.”—The Millions. Co-presented with Topo Chico Agua Mineral Water.
 

10/11/2019 - 7:00pm

The Elliott Bay Book Company
Lawrence Weschler
The Elliott Bay Book Company
1521 Tenth Avenue
Seattle, WA 98122
Long a writer with an eye for the unique, singular, and unusual, Lawrence Weschler’s extensive body of work has chronicled all manner of interesting figures not always seen in the mainstream scheme of things. His delightful new book, And How Are You, Dr. Sacks? A Biographical Memoir of Oliver Sacks (Farrar, Straus & Giroux) is an affectionate account of someone who was perhaps seen more in the bright light of things, but who himself spent time seeking and finding examples of the unique and distinct - and who wrote beautifully himself. “The story of Lawrence Weschler’s faithful four-decade friendship with the amazing Oliver Sacks offers pleasures and amazements on every page. This loving but unblinking portrait will delight fans of Dr. Sacks as well as devotees of Weschler’s always-pathfinding nonfiction.” —Ian Frazier. “Two offbeat and complicated men step into a rowboat; a thirty-year intellectual romance ensues. No one but Lawrence Weschler could tell the story with as much polymathic perversity and emotional resonance. Oliver Sacks is such a remarkably literary character that reading this book feels like devouring a novel.” —Laura Kipnis.
 

10/11/2019 - 8:00pm

Benaroya Hall
Rachel Maddow
Benaroya Hall
200 University Street
Seattle, WA 98101
As this goes to press, it appears this evening with Rachel Maddow will be a sell-out. See the end material for information on where to find out. This in any event to also draw attention to her timely, much-awaited new book, Blowout: Corrupted Democracy, Rogue State Russia, and the Richest Most Destructive Industry on Earth (Crown). “[Maddow] may be a popular, progressive news-and-commentary anchor on MSNBC, but it’s not to be forgotten that she holds a doctorate in politics from Oxford and seems to devour whole libraries of data before breakfast each day. . . . Expect a tweetstorm as Maddow’s indictment of a corrupt industry finds readers—and it deserves many.”—Kirkus Reviews. Rachel Maddow is also the author of Drift: The Unmooring of American Military Power. Presented by SEATTLE ARTS & LECTURES. Ticket possibilities and more information, here.
 

10/12/2019 - 10:00am

Seattle Art Museum
Saturday University with Sanjyot Mehendale
Seattle Art Museum
1300 1st Avenue
Seattle, WA 98101
Saturday University Silk Roads Past and Present Lecture Series. This morning the Saturday University morning autumn series on the Silk Road in Asia begins with Sanjyot Mehendale, director of the Tang Center for Silk Road Studies, University of California, Berkeley. She will present a lecture on “Silk Roads Revealed: The Begram Hoard of Afghanistan.” Presented by the GARDNER CENTER FOR ASIAN ART AND IDEAS, in partnership with the UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON JACKSON SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL STUDIES, the DUNHUANG FOUNDATION, and ELLIOTT BAY BOOK COMPANY. Tickets and more information here, or call 206.654.3210. 
 

10/12/2019 - 11:00am

The Elliott Bay Book Company
Children's Storytime - ages 2 and up
The Elliott Bay Book Company
1521 Tenth Avenue
Seattle, WA 98122
Join us for this fun hour of readings from picture and storybooks...Go to the castle in the children’s section...and the stories begin!
 

10/12/2019 - 7:00pm

Central Seattle Public Library
Washington State Book Awards Ceremony, Booksigning, and Reception
Central Seattle Public Library
1000 4th Avenue
Seattle, WA 98104
Seattle Review of Books’ co-founder Paul Constant will host the 2019 Washington State Book Awards, which will celebrate the top writing (and illustrating, in children’s picture books) for books written by a Washington author and published during the previous year. Awards are given based on books’ literary merit and overall quality in the following categories: Fiction, Poetry, Biography/Memoir and Nonfiction for Adults and Picture Books, Young Readers, Middle Grade and Young Adult for Youth. Finalists were announced in July and winners will be announced during tonight’s ceremonies. We’ll sell books by finalists and winners, and attendees are invited to a public reception and booksigning, which follows the awards. Complete list of the 2019 finalists in all eight categories, here.  Presented by THE WASHINGTON CENTER FOR THE BOOK, an affiliate of the Library of Congress’ Center for the Book in partnership with the Seattle Public Library and the Washington State Library. Free admission. 
 

10/12/2019 - 7:00pm

The Elliott Bay Book Company
Augusten Burroughs
The Elliott Bay Book Company
1521 Tenth Avenue
Seattle, WA 98122
Augusten Burroughs’ Running with Scissors, Dry, Magical Thinking, This is How and other books are longtime favorites and we’re pleased to invite him back to read from his new book, Toil & Trouble (St. Martin’s).  “For as long as Augusten Burroughs could remember, he knew things he shouldn't have known. He manifested things that shouldn't have come to pass. And he told exactly no one about this, save one person: his mother. His mother reassured him that it was all perfectly normal, that he was descended from a long line of witches, going back to the days of the early American colonies. And that this family tree was filled with witches. It was a bond that he and his mother shared—until the day she left him in the care of her psychiatrist to be raised in his family (but that's a whole other story). After that, Augusten was on his own. On his own to navigate the world of this tricky power; on his own to either use or misuse this gift.”
 
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10/13/2019 - 3:00pm

The Elliott Bay Book Company
Brenda Peterson & Ed Young
The Elliott Bay Book Company
1521 Tenth Avenue
Seattle, WA 98122
Please join us for an afternoon with Seattle nature writer Brenda Peterson and Caldecott medalist Ed Young, who will read from their new children's picture book, Catastrophe by the Sea (West Margin Press). In Catastrophe by the Sea, Catastrophe, a lost cat, befriends some barnacles and sea anemones on a beach. Once a bully, the beautiful cat learns how his new friends survive in their tide pool. This captivating story celebrates some unlikely heroes (unlikely but beloved by many young visitors to Seattle Aquarium’s touch tank!)  and is illustrated in a paper collage style. Ed Young was born in Tientsin, raised in Shanghai and now lives in Westchester County in New York. He has illustrated over ninety books for children, including The Cat From Hunger Mountain, Wabi Sabi and Mighty Moby. Brenda Peterson's many books for adults and children include I Want to Be Left Behind, Wolf Nation, Leopard and Silky and Wild Orca. Both children and adults are most welcome to attend! Co-presented by WING LUKE MUSEUM OF THE ASIAN PACIFIC AMERICAN EXPERIENCE, the SEATTLE AQUARIUM, and ELLIOTT BAY BOOK COMPANY.
 
 

10/15/2019 - 6:30pm

The Elliott Bay Book Company
Speculations Sci-Fi & Fantasy Book Group
The Elliott Bay Book Company
1521 Tenth Avenue
Seattle, WA 98122
This month’s selection for reading and discussion is Dan Vyleta's Smoke (Anchor). Learn More
 

10/16/2019 - 11:30am

The Elliott Bay Book Company
PJ Library Song & Storytime
The Elliott Bay Book Company
1521 Tenth Avenue
Seattle, WA 98122
Our friends at PJ Library do these song & storytimes designed for tots, toddlers, and those looking after them at a few select bookstores in the area and visit as a regular feature of our Wednesday mornings. These are free and open to all and are usually thirty minutes of good fun, activity, and exploration of language, movement, and rhythm. Please join us in the Children’s Section by the castle!
 
 
 

10/19/2019 - 11:00am

The Elliott Bay Book Company
Children's Storytime - ages 2 and up
The Elliott Bay Book Company
1521 Tenth Avenue
Seattle, WA 98122
Join us for this fun hour of readings from picture and storybooks...Go to the castle in the children’s section...and the stories begin!  
 
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10/23/2019 - 11:30am

The Elliott Bay Book Company
PJ Library Song & Storytime
The Elliott Bay Book Company
1521 Tenth Avenue
Seattle, WA 98122
Our friends at PJ Library do these song & storytimes designed for tots, toddlers, and those looking after them at a few select bookstores in the area and visit as a regular feature of our Wednesday mornings. These are free and open to all and are usually thirty minutes of good fun, activity, and exploration of language, movement, and rhythm. Please join us in the Children’s Section by the castle!
 
 
 

10/26/2019 - 11:00am

The Elliott Bay Book Company
Children's Storytime - ages 2 and up
The Elliott Bay Book Company
1521 Tenth Avenue
Seattle, WA 98122
Join us for this fun hour of readings from picture and storybooks … Go to the castle in the children’s section … and the stories begin!    
 
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10/30/2019 - 11:30am

The Elliott Bay Book Company
PJ Library Song & Storytime
The Elliott Bay Book Company
1521 Tenth Avenue
Seattle, WA 98122
Our friends at PJ Library do these song & storytimes designed for tots, toddlers, and those looking after them at a few select bookstores in the area and visit as a regular feature of our Wednesday mornings. These are free and open to all and are usually thirty minutes of good fun, activity, and exploration of language, movement, and rhythm. Please join us in the Children’s Section by the castle!
 
 
 
 
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