Everett, WA

3 Amazing Places in Everett Every Reader Must Visit in 2021

Riley Blue

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While Spring has arrived in the Pacific Northwest, Winter has yet to lift its silvery chill from our shores.

When raindrops cascade down window panes, the sun peeks out from behind cumulus clouds, leaving us residents to cover up as best we can to face the elements.

What better time to curl up with a cup of tea and a nice book in Everett?

Whether you're looking for a place to stay during a storm or a place to read your next book, look no further than the Northern Puget Sound.

These 3 independently owned bookstores will captivate you from the moment you step through their doors.

1. Everett Comics

Everett Comics "zap-boom pow" its arrival on the intersection of Wetmore Ave and Hewitt Ave with a beacon of bright green and super hero smiles!

Walking into this emerald looks like stepping into a comic; with the Batman signal beaming boldly from the ceiling, Funko Pop!

Figurines posing for action and comic books lining the racks in both directions make us feel energised and eager to plunge into the store.

2. Uppercase Bookshop

A sanctuary of wood and paper can be found in the city of Snohomish. Walking into Uppercase Bookshop is similar to throwing on your favourite sweater: wet, cosy, and something you'll want to look for on every rainy day.

Hundreds of books huddle constantly between their shelves from floor to ceiling in the two-story log cabin. A staircase sits in the centre of the building, with fairy lights softly beckoning you up to the second floor.

This is where the enchantment takes place. At the top of the timbered stairs, you'll find a reading nook with two armchairs, a couch, a suitcase coffee table, and a crackling fireplace.

3. Wits End Books

Grove Street in Marysville has a treasured jewel on its street side. Stepping through Wit's End Books sounds like you've travelled into a dense forest and discovered a magical secret grove of reading wealth.

Books have gathered here as if they have evolved on branches or have wandered in from their own journey. It's all too convenient to end up with a heap of books in your hands!

Wit's End Books, which opened in 2009, has charmed Marysville residents for over a decade.

In conclusion

All of these bookstores exudes a unique mixture of intelligence, compassion, and character. Whether you're searching for something new to read or a new place to visit, sanctuary can be located right here in the Pacific Northwest.

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