Travel tips and local hikes at Third Place Books this week

Sunday, April 29, 2018

Third Place Books author presentations are a chance to see and hear from the author of the book. If you are a fan, it's an opportunity to hear from someone you admire. If the author or topic are new to you, it's a chance to decide if you want to hear more and buy the book.

No matter what, each presentation is different and each is interesting. And by the way, when you want to purchase a book, call the store, 206-366-3333. If they don't have it in stock, they can order it for you and you can pick it up, buy a cup of coffee, and start reading it in Third Place Commons.

Third Place Books, Lake Forest Park Town Centre, 17171 Bothell Way NE, Lake Forest Park 98155

Jill Kolongowski - Life Lessons Harry Potter Taught Me
Tuesday, May 1, 7 pm
The Harry Potter novels played a significant role in the childhoods of millions of adults. This collection of essays revisits the bestselling YA novels through the perspective of a grown up, examining the impact of-- and lessons that can be learned from-- Harry and his fellow wizards.

Laura Hartema - Bering Sea Strong
Wednesday, May 2, 7pm

A tale of adventure and self-discovery about a young woman on a solo journey.

Amber Casali - Hiking Washington's Fire Lookouts 
Thursday, May 3, 7 pm 

Hikes, history, and heart-thumping views--this new guide to hiking the fire lookouts of Washington's Cascades and Olympics is a quintessentially Northwest guide, for all skill levels.

Thomas Swick - The Joys of Travel
Friday, May 4, 6 pm 

Memoirist and veteran travel writer Thomas Swick offers tips on how people can get the most out of their trips, and reflects on "the seven joys of travel".

Jess Kidd - Mr. Flood's Last Resort 
Saturday, May 5, 6 pm 

Full of charming eccentricities, twisted comedy, a whole lot of heart, Mr. Flood's Last Resort is a mesmerizing tale of a lonely caregiver and a cranky hoarder with a house full of secrets

Coming up: USED BOOK SALE 
Saturday, 9 June
Sunday, 10 June


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