A new digital book featuring fun and fascinating questions based on children’s literature, designed for parents and teachers looking to get kids thinking more deeply about life’s big issues.
The author of “Daredevils” has figured out how to arrange his life so that there are no bad places to read.
Families come together to discuss humanities questions, foster a love of literature with the Prime Time Family Reading program.
Throughout 2013, Humanities Washington is expanding Prime Time Family Reading to public libraries around the state. Spring programs recently wrapped up at the Shoreline Library in King County and the Shadle Library in Spokane. Photographers were on hand to capture sessions at both locations.
The Port Townsend Community Read of Pam Houston’s travelogue Contents May Have Shifted reaches out to new audiences with workshops, events and discussions in nontraditional locations.
Welcome to the first installment of This Week & Next, a weekly feature highlighting upcoming events and news from Humanities Washington, our many community partners and like-minded organizations around the state.
Mark your calendars: Bedtime Stories, Humanities Washington’s annual literary gala, returns to Seattle Oct. 12. And, for the first time ever, the evening that’s been called “the region’s premier literary event” will debut in Spokane Sept. 28.