Seira Wilson
Seira Wilson
Seira can’t remember a time when she wasn’t infatuated with reading--19 years in the book industry later, her house is brimming with shelves upon shelves of memoirs, cookbooks, coffee table books, all manner of fiction, and an insane number of children's books and YA novels. Don’t judge, just borrow a book.

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The Chef's Hat. Or in this case, chefs in hats.

A day with two award-winning chefs, Marcus Samuelsson and Thierry Rautureau, checking out some of Seattle's best local flavor and hats. Yes, hats.

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Psst..."Strong is the New Pretty." Pass it on.

That say that a picture is worth a thousand words, and in Kate T. Parker's newly released book of photographs those words are about the definition of pretty. Strength, determination, joy, and kindness are just a few of them...

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The Winning Cookbooks: IACP Awards

Chosen from a stellar lineup of finalists, here are a handful of cookbooks that took home a prize at this year's International Culinary Association of America awards ceremony.

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It All Began With a Cat. And a Hat.

It's that time, today's the day that children everywhere Read Across America in celebration of Dr. Seuss and his contribution to the world of children's literacy.

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5 Things You May Not Know About Margaret Wise Brown

Innovator, loyal friend, and a woman with an infectious zest for life. What author Amy Gary learned about one of our most iconic children's book authors.

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Best Cookbooks of February

This month our picks for the top ten new cookbooks include the memoir of a man who holds a key to some most exclusive restaurants in NYC, how to be a pho pro, and taking the American classic cheeseburger and fries and morphing it into another comfort favorite--meatloaf.

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Julia Child's Memories of Publishing Icon Alfred Knopf

When Julia Child was trying to get Mastering the Art of French Cooking published she didn't have an easy time of it. It was with Alfred A. Knopf that the book found a home, and reproduced here is an essay Child wrote for the publishing house's magazine in remembrance of the man himself.

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Reading Is Fundamental

There's something magical in seeing a child engrossed in a book or asking you to please read to them and seeing their eyes light up as you turn the pages. Giving every kid a chance to discover a love of reading is what RIF is all about...

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YA Wednesday: Best Books of February

This month's top picks in Young Adult include two powerful historical novels, a magical fantasy, the criminal underworld, a graphic novel, and gladiators...

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The Book We've Been Waiting For...Philip Pullman's "The Book of Dust"

This is not a drill. Philip Pullman has a new book coming in the fall and it's the one we've been waiting for...

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