Location: Federal Way, WA

Little Libraries

There are 87 "Little Libraries" within 25 miles.

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31835 Pacific Hwy S Ste A, Federal Way, WA 98003
Pavilions Centre, 31325 Pacific Highway South, Federal Way, WA 98003
848 S. 320th St, Federal Way, WA 98003
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34200 1st Way S, Federal Way, WA 98003
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Woodmont Library (3.2 miles)
26809 Pacific Highway South, Des Moines, WA 98198
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212 Brown's Point Blvd. NE, Tacoma, WA 98422
257 E Main St, Auburn, WA 98002
255 Ellingson Road, Pacific, WA 98047
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Auburn Library (4.6 miles)
1102 Auburn Way South, Auburn, WA 98002
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1000 Laurel St, Milton, WA
316 Washington Avenue South, Kent, WA 98032
Kent Library (5.9 miles)
212 2nd Avenue N, Kent, WA 98032
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Page Turner Books (6.3 miles)
21917 Marine View Dr, Des Moines, WA 98198
Des Moines Library (6.4 miles)
21620 11th Avenue S., Des Moines, WA 98198
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22442 72nd Ave S, Kent, WA 98032
King's Books (7.2 miles)
218 St Helens Ave, Tacoma, WA 98402
1102 Tacoma Avenue South, Tacoma, WA 98402
1754 Pacific Avenue, Tacoma, WA 98402
Tacoma Book Center (7.6 miles)
324 E 26th Street, Tacoma, WA 98421
3523 East G Street, Tacoma, WA 98404
707 River Road, Puyallup, WA 98037
1116 Fryar Ave, Sumner, WA 98390
Norwescon 37 (8.4 miles)
18740 International Blvd, Seattle, WA 98188
A Good Book Cafe (8.4 miles)
1014 Main Street, Sumner, Washington 98390
1500 North Lawrence Street, Tacoma, Washington 98416-1038

Local events

Joe R. Lansdale signs Rusty Puppy
Seattle Mystery Bookshop, Thursday, March 2 at 12pm
Thursday March 2nd at Noon - Joe R. Lansdale signs Rusty Puppy

In their 12th book, West Texas PIs Hap and Leonard look into the death of a straight-A black student. Months before, he began documenting the actions of the racist cops who harrassed his sister. Now he’s dead in a gang fight at a project, something he never would’ve been involved in. His mother wants to guys to get at the truth.

*Remember to get any of his backlist signed - you must purchase his new book at our event! This allows us to keep hosting these fun events! (SeaMystery)
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John Judis on Populism
Folio: the Seattle Athenaeum, Thursday, March 2 at 7pm
John B. Judis, a leading American journalist, has just published “The Populist Explosion,” an incisive examination of the rise of populism on both the right (Donald Trump and Marine Le Pen) and the left (Bernie Sanders). He traces this central development in contemporary politics to the 2008 recession and the way it discredited the faltering neoliberal agenda. He urges readers not to brush off populism as demagoguery but to pay attention to the issues that populists raise: illegal immigration, the dominance of the billionaire class, the dysfunctional Euro, income gaps, and the dislocations caused by free trade. Populist movements are unstable compounds that can tilt left or right, and they are sure signs that a political consensus is busting apart.

Thursday, March 2, 7 pm
Book signing by the author to follow
$10 at the door
$5 for Folio Members (FolioSeattle)
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Historian Coll Thrush: The Transformative Native Presence in Seattle and London
Folio: the Seattle Athenaeum, Wednesday, March 8 at 7pm
Coll Thrush, associate professor of history at the University of British Columbia, will discuss two of his stereotype-shattering books, both dealing with the Native presence in large cities. The occasion is the release of the second edition of Thrush’s “Native Seattle” (UW Press), on the 10th anniversary of its first publication. Thrush will also talk about his new book, “Indigenous London” (Yale University Press), tracing the presence over five centuries of indigenous people who came to London and their central role in creating a global city. Thrush will be in conversation with Knute Berger, the well-known “Mossback” of Crosscut, columnist at Seattle magazine, regular KUOW commentator, and author of books on Seattle history.

Wednesday, March 8, 7 pm
Book signing by the author to follow
$10 at the door
$5 for Folio Members (FolioSeattle)
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Geoffrey Cowan on Presidential Primaries
Folio: the Seattle Athenaeum, Thursday, March 9 at 7pm
Bestselling author and journalism leader Geoffrey Cowan has just released the paperback edition of “Let the People Rule.” The hardcover was published to great interest and accolades with the Washington Post writing: “If Donald Trump wins the Republican nomination for president over the strenuous efforts of party elites to derail him, he ought to send a note of thanks to Geoffrey Cowan.” Cowan was until recently the president of the Annenberg Foundation Trust at Sunnylands and is the Annenberg Family Chair in Communication Leadership at USC.

Thursday, March 9, 7 pm
Book signing by the author to follow
$10 at the door
$5 for Folio Members (FolioSeattle)
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Tessa Arlen signs A Death by Any Other Name
Seattle Mystery Bookshop, Saturday, March 18 at 12pm
Saturday March 18th at Noon - Tessa Arlen signs A Death by Any Other Name

Local Author! 3rd in her Edwardian series. As the days lead toward the start of what will be called The Great War, Lady Montford and her housekeeper Mrs. Jackson work to solve a poisoning of one of the Hyde Rose Society guests. Was one of the amateur flower breeders perhaps jealous of another’s results? (SeaMystery)
Steve Olson: The Risky Northwest
Folio: the Seattle Athenaeum, Wednesday, March 22 at 7pm
Steve Olson, a leading science writer in our region, will focus on the risks of living in the seemingly bucolic Pacific Northwest. Olson’s acclaimed book, “Eruption: The Untold Story of Mount St. Helens,” is just out with a new paperback edition. The author’s next book focuses on the plutonium project at Hanford Nuclear Reservation, an amazing, untold scientific saga. “Eruption” is notable for all the Northwest history (logging, wilderness protection, Weyerhaeuser’s holdings, and politics) that he weaves into the story. A production company has recently bought the movie rights to the book.

Wednesday, March 22, 7 pm
Book signing to follow
$10 at the door
$5 for Folio Members (FolioSeattle)
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Stephen Hunter signs G-Man
Seattle Mystery Bookshop, Saturday, May 27 at 12pm
Friday May 27th at Noon - Stephen Hunter signs G-Man

Retired Marine sniper Bob Lee Swagger has finally sold the old family homestead in Arkansas. The developer digs up a metal case that contains material from his grandfather, Charles, who died before Bob was born, and a man his own father never talked about. The items date to 1934, to the era of the tommygun, and concern a man so violent his was kicked out of the Chicago Outfit. The new TV series “Sniper” is based on the movie Sniper which was based on Hunter’s first Swagger book, Point of Impact. It’s a series JB highly recommends, especially for those who have run out of Reacher to read.

Now a formal event!

Remember to get any back list signed you need to purchase the new book at our event. (SeaMystery)
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Heather Boushey, Finding Time: The Economics of Work–Life Conflict
University Bookstore, Saturday, August 12 at 7pm
Heather Boushey, Finding Time: The Economics of Work–Life Conflict

Speaking and signing, University Book Store (added from Harvard University Press)
Will North
Eagle Harbor Book Company, Monday, January 18, 2038 at 7:30pm
Will North

WILL NORTH is the author of the novel The Long Walk Home. He divides his time between Seattle, Washington, and Great Britain. (added from Random House)
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