Sunday, September 11, 2016
Best-selling author Carl Hiassen tops the ticket this week at Third Place Books, but as usual there is an eclectic line up of authors.
The biographer of Betty MacDonald, the owner of an American diner in Paris, foodie authors, and a Manifesto Against Ageism make for another interesting week.
Third Place Books, upper level Town Center, intersection of Bothell and Ballinger Way, Lake Forest Park.
Razor Girl (Knopf)
Monday, September 12 at 7pm
PRIORITY SIGNING LINE TICKET WITH PURCHASE
The new full-tilt, unstoppably hilarious and entertaining novel from the best-selling author of Skinny Dip and Bad Monkey. Join us with Carl on the Third Place stage.
Priority signing line tickets given with purchase of Razor Girl at Third Place Books. Book and Tickets available now.
Looking for Betty MacDonald: The Egg and I, the Plague, Mrs. Piggle-Wiggle (UW)
Tuesday, September 13 at 7pm
This first biography of this endearing Northwest storyteller, reveals the story behind the memoirs and the difference between the real Betty MacDonald and her literary persona.
Marvel Absolutely Everything You Need to Know (DK)
Wednesday, September 14 at 7pm
Join us for a night of Marvel trivia led by author Adam Bray. Prizes will be given !
Pancakes in Paris: Living the American Dream in France (Sourcebooks)
Thursday, September 15 at 7pm
Pancakes in Paris: Living the American Dream in France,
combines delightful tales of humor and hope as Carlson recalls how he turned his crazy idea of opening an American-style diner in Paris into a successful reality.
Run Fast, Eat Slow : Nourishing Recipes for Athletes (Rodale)
Friday, September 16 at 6:30pm
From world-class marathoner and 4-time Olympian Shalane Flanagan and chef Elyse Kopecky comes a whole foods, flavor-forward cookbook that proves food can be indulgent and nourishing at the same time.
This Chair Rocks: A Manifesto Against Ageism
Saturday, September 17 at 6:30pm
Lively, funny, and deeply researched, This Chair Rocks explains the roots of ageism and how it divides and debases and examines how ageist myths and stereotypes cripple the way our brains and bodies function.