Steig Larsson wrote three books in the Millenium Series, "The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo," "The Girl Who Played With Fire," "The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest." Larsson died in 2004, but the saga of Lisbeth Salander and Mikael Blomkvist continues in this new book, written by Swedish journalist and author David Lagercrantz. Publication date is Sept. 1.














      Montana-born author Ivan Doig (he was also a resident of Seattle in his later years) was a Northwest favorite for the settings, characters and stories of his book. Doig died in April. His last book, fittingly titled “Last Bus to Wisdom,” was inspired by a cross-country trip he took as a boy in the summer of  1951. It will be available for sale on Aug. 18.










The "sequel" to Harper Lee's "To Kill a Mockingbird"
is now out, and Page 2 Books has it in stock. 
















And don't forget the new book coming out July 28 from Dr. Seuss --  "What  Pet Should I Get?"













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G. H. PRICHARD, Saturday Oct. 10, 1 p.m.

Author G.H. Prichard is back, and so is Diego the Chihuahua, in new stories G.H. wrote with her sister. “Diego's Trip to the Beach,” “Diego Goes to the Pumpkin Patch. “Diego’s Big Adventure” and “Diego’s Rainy Day” join the first two books, “Bringing Diego Home” and “Diego’s Big Day at the Park,” for beginning readers. Come meet G.H., learn about her books (she has also written a novel in the paranormal category) and have her sign copies for you.











LAURA COFFEY, Saturday Nov. 21, 10:30 a.m.

Laura T. Coffey is a writer, editor, and producer for TODAY.com, the website of NBC’s TODAY Show. — and a self-avowed dog nut. Her new book shares success stories that show how blissful retirement can be for older dogs who get rescued, and how life-changing senior dog adoption can be for the humans who do the rescuing. She speaks from personal experience, having two senior dogs of her own. Come meet Laura, hear some heart-warming tales of rescued pets and have her sign a copy of her book for you. And yes, there will be dogs to say hello to as well.











ERIC ODE -- Saturday Nov. 21, 1 p.m.

Eric Ode is a versatile entertainer and artist — children's singer/songwriter, performer (including a regular gig at Remlinger Farm), poet and author (“Elliott the Otter”, “Larry Gets Lost Under the Sea”). His latest hilarious read-aloud book is about the town of Mossy Pockets and the birthday party the residents throw for reluctant Bigfoot. Come meet Eric, hear his stories and songs, and have him sign a copy of this great addition to your child’s library.















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