Elsewhere in Books | 'A Truly Biased History of the Seattle Seahawks'
October 9, 2009 · Updated 1:42 PM
‘Notes from a 12th Man’ at Barnes and Noble, Oct. 13
Emmy Award-winning television writer/producer Mark Tye Turner is, himself, a 12th man.
He’s been a ‘Hawks fan ever since the team set foot on the artificial turf of the Kingdome in 1976.
In his new book — “Notes from a 12th Man,” published earlier this year by Sasquatch Books — Turner tells the story of the Seahawks through the point of view of the longtime fan.
All the great plays, all the great games, all the great players ... and all the misery.
Former Seahawk Steve Largent hails it “an enjoyable ride down memory lane.”
The author will read from the book at 6:30 p.m. Oct. 13 at a festively decorated Kitsap Mall Barnes and Noble in Silverdale.
Info: www.marktyeturner.com, or call Barnes and Noble at (360) 698-0945.
‘Sea-Fari’ with author/illustrator Nancy Woodman
Learn how Nancy Woodman's real life adventure/expedition became a children’s book as the Poulsbo-based National Geographic author and illustrator takes young readers on a “Sea-Fari” at 6:30 p.m. Oct. 13 at the Poulsbo Library, 700 Iverson St. in Poulsbo.
Topics include journaling, writing outlines and manuscripts, editing, making “dummy books”, creating “thumbnail sketches” and illustrations and putting the whole book together — through the venue of Woodman’s new book “Sea-Fari Deep,” which is based on a 1.5-mile dive into the the Sea of Cortez in a three-person submarine, the author went under way with with renowned underwater archeaologist Bob Ballard.
Free. Tailored for kids third grade and up.