Category Archives: seattle

I-90 Floating Bridge, 1955

This is one of my favorite spreads from A Ticket to the Pennant, a children’s book I’m working on set in south Seattle of 1955. It features the iconic Indeginious-meets-moderne facade at the west end of the I-90 floating bridge. It was designed … Continue reading

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Sicks Stadium, 1955

Recently Sasquatch Books hired me to illustrate a children’s book called A Ticket to the Pennant, written by Mark Holtzen. It’s a story about the beer company-sponsored Seattle Rainiers baseball team winning the Pacific Coast League pennant in 1955. Set in Rainier Valley near … Continue reading

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Getting Lost with Larry

A really interesting blog post from a “road schooling” family that travels the U.S. continuously. They used Larry Gets Lost in Seattle as a guide when they visited Seattle. We don’t endorse Larry books for the purpose of navigation, unless … Continue reading

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National Book Festival Selection

The Washington State Library has selected Larry Gets Lost in Seattle to represent Washington in the Pavilion of the States at the National Book Festival this September in Washington, DC. This is the official bookmark. A few years ago the … Continue reading

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Larry Gets Lost at the Four Seasons

The exclusive Art Restaurant in the Four Seasons Hotel Seattle has unveiled its Larry Gets Lost welcome program for children. When a child visits the restaurant they are given a Larry children’s menu and activity book, they’re served on a Larry … Continue reading

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Seattle ABC

Seattle ABC was selected for the State of Washington’s Washington Reads program summer 2010 book list by the Washington State Librarian.

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Barnes and Noble, Downtown Seattle

This is in the front window. Notice the symmetrically posed Larry paws. Now if I could just get this Good Night Seattle guy to quit crowding me…

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