Seattle Times Books
A Journey into the Northwest’s legendary Elwha River Valley to discover the people, places and history behind the world’s largest dam removal project and explore one of the greatest environmental stories of our time.
The Seattle Times’ first digital book designed for the iPad showcases our best photography and our region.
The book includes 135 photographs, 12 videos and captures the most memorable photographs of 2012.
Shall We Play Together?: The Life and Art of Jazz Piano Legend Marian McPartland
- Author: Paul DeBarros
The Seattle Times jazz critic de Barros powerfully and eloquently traces McPartland's life and career from her almost solitary childhood in Eastbourne, England, and her early musical training at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London to her meteoric rise to the top of her profession as a world-renowned jazz pianist and host of the acclaimed public radio program, Piano Jazz.
The Art of Urban Sketching is both a comprehensive guide and a showcase of location drawings by artists around the world who draw the cities where they live and travel.
Something’s Coming, Something Good
West Side Story and the American Imagination
- Author: Misha Berson
2011 marks the 50th anniversary of the film of West Side Story, and this book takes a critical, comprehensive look at one of the most inventive, influential, and internationally beloved Broadway musicals of all time.
How can we save strong, independent journalism in America? This new collection of essays by scholars, reporters, activists and industry leaders–including Seattle Times publisher Frank Blethen and associate publisher Ryan Blethen—provides an in-depth look at this vital question.
The Other Side of Mercy:
A Killer’s Journey Across the American Divide
- Author: Ken Armstrong and Jonathan Martin with the staff of The Seattle Times
A criminal odyssey through race, politics, madness and murder.
(Seattle Times subscribers receive 10% off book price by using the printable order form)
Scoreboard, Baby :
A story of college football, crime and complicity
- Author: Ken Armstrong & Nick Perry
This investigative book tells the tale of University of Washington’s 2000 football season and the price of winning at all costs.
Shell Games is a cops-and-robbers real life tale set in a double-crossing world where smugglers fight turf wars over some of the world’s strangest marine creatures.
Settle back, prepare to chuckle … and perhaps nod your head in agreement as Steve recounts his life with a big and sometimes noisy family, among many other topics.
Gloria’s Miracle is a true story based on the 2007 series by sports columnist Jerry Brewer called, “A prayer for Gloria”.
The Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe and the Unearthing of Tse-whit-zen Village.
An insider’s guide to the legends, the lore, and the games.
Remember the glory….."Super Seahawks" is a celebration of Seattle's improbable and exhilarating journey to Super Bowl XL, chronicled by the expert sportswriters and photographers of The Seattle Times.
Discover fascinating, mysterious and amazing Northwest phenomena - from delectable Chanterelle mushrooms to the poisonous, rough-skinned newt.
A sixth edition booklet of collected writings by Reverend Dale Turner.
Written by former Seattle Times reporter Ross Anderson with photographs by Seattle Times photographer Tom Reese, this book explores the Northwest and what happens in the complex interaction between habitat and human being.
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