The Ultimate List of Books about Washington State for Children
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Books about the Pacific Northwest, Seattle, and Washington State
Three Bears of the Pacific Northwest, by Richard Vaughan and Marcia Crews, illustrated by Jeremiah Trammell
Colorful Seattle: Explore and Color, by Laura Lahm, illustrated by Steph Calvert
Measuring Up, by Lily LaMatte, illustrated by Ann Xu
Cici has moved from Taiwan to Seattle, and is entering into the school cooking contest. She wants to win so she can afford a plane ticket for grandma to come visit her for grandma’s 70th birthday. But how will Cici win the American cooking contest if she only knows how to cook Taiwanese food? This graphic novel about fitting in, finding one’s way to shine, family, and food is perfect for 4th grade.
Birds of Seattle and Puget Sound, by Chris Fisher, illustrated by Gary Ross
If you live in the Seattle area, this book is perfect for learning about the birds outside your window. It is useful even for the youngest ornithologists, ages 5 or 6, to be able to give name to the birds they see in the backyard or on their weekend walks.
Washington Vocabulary to Highlight
Children’s Books about Washington and all 50 states. Which state will you read about next!