If you are looking for some of the classic Seattle Books, here is a list of iconic Seattle Books. These are some of the recent releases, stone-cold classics from the past and present.
The Book of Difficult Fruit by Kate Lebo (2021)
The author writes that the fruits in the book are not like the ones in the grocery store. Here, fruit is a pain but, as pains go, a pretty good one. The book has 26 counterintuitive fruits, from Aronia to zucchini.
Emerald Street: A History of Hip Hop in Seattle by Daudi Abe (2020)
The book features Seattle that has not seen hip-hop. The author traces the local scene history from the Emerald Street Boys. It is worth reading about Seattle's music culture.
Girls to the Front by Sara Marcus (2010)
The book is high-energy and has feminist punk scenes in two Washington Capitals. It connects local music to the nation.
Like a Mother by Angela Garbes (2018)
Like a Mother is about all the stages of being a mother. Angela Garbes approaches the book about pregnancy with the skepticism of a journalist. She is herself a mother and is true to science.