Orca is pleased to welcome author Kris Hermes to the store on this June afternoon. Kris is the author of the new book, "Crashing the Party: Legacies and Lessons from the RNC 2000."
Orca Books is delighted to welcome author and poet Joanne Clarkson to the store on this June afternoon. Joanne will be talking about her new book, There's Always a Miracle: True Stories of Life Before & After Death.
Orca Books is delighted to welcome Dr. Leslie Korn back to the store on this June evening. Leslie will be discussing her new book, Nutrition Essentials for Mental Health: A Complete Guide to the Food-Mood Connection.
Orca Books is delighted to welcome Jereme Zimmerman to the store on this June evening. Jereme is the author of the recent book, "Make Mead Like a Viking: Traditional Techniques for Brewing Natural, Wild-Fermented, Honey-Based Wines and Beers." He will be
Orca is thrilled to welcome children's author Stephanie Campisi to the store on this May morning. Stephanie is the author of the delightful new picture book, The Ugly Dumpling.
It’s not easy being the ugliest dumpling in a dim sum restaurant. Uneaten and ignored, the ugly dumpling is down in the dumps. But when an encouraging cockroach sees the dumpling’s inner beauty, this unlikely duo embarks on an eye-opening adventure, leading the ugly dumpling to discover its true identity and realize that being different is beautiful after all.
A modern fairytale retelling with a timeless moral: There’s a little ugly dumpling in all of us.
"Specifically told without gendered pronouns, this is simply a story about love. Kober's illustrations are characterized by delicious changes in perspective, and Campisi's sly, humorous asides ensure that the message of identity is not heavy-handed: 'The ugly dumpling was overjoyed. / It puffed with meaning. / It puffed with importance / and yeast.'" -- Kirkus Reviews
"A whimsical story about being different, and the power of love." -- Wendy Orr, Author of Nim's Island and The Princess and Her Panther
Orca is delighted to welcome Norman Stockwell to the store on this May afternoon. Norman is the editor of the new book, Rebel Reporting: John Ross Speaks to Independent Journalists.
Orca Books is delighted to welcome children's author and illustrator Anastasia Higginbotham to the store on this May evening. Anastasia will be giving a reading of her new book, Death Is Stupid, the latest volume in the Ordinary Terrible Things series.
When: 7:00 PM, Tuesday, 10 May 2016
Where: Orca Books (509 East 4th Avenue, downtown Olympia, Phone 360.352.0123)
May topic Recent advances in high throughput sequencing of DNA and RNA and a look at gene expression analyses in plants exposed to abiotic stress.
Orca Books is thrilled to welcome Eric Morse, author of the new kids book, What Is Punk?