A Sasquatch Holiday Gift Guide

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The holiday season is officially just around the corner! While Santa makes his list and checks it not once but twice (busy guy!), the Sasquatch staff is working on our own holiday gift-giving plans. At the risk of spoiling some surprises, we wanted to let you in on what we’ll be giving our friends and family this year. Check out our recommendations and then show us your favorite Sasquatch books to share by tagging us (@SasquatchBooks) on social media.



“I’m excited to share Chief Seattle and the Town That Took His Name with my dad, who really enjoys reading about the history of the PNW.”

—Em Gale, Managing Production Editor


“I’ll be gifting my girlfriends the Daring Dames journal, ’cos every one of them is daring (from abseiling to zip-lining) and certainly deserve to be called dames.”

—Liza Brice-Dahmen, Director of Production


The Myrtlewood Cookbook casts a spell on anyone who loves to cook, inviting you into its cozy kitchen and encouraging you to cook every one of its recipes for homey, soul-satisfying food.”

—Sarah Hanson, President


“I’ll be giving PNW Veg because it’s a great resource casual cooks in the family might actually use. The recipes are approachable enough for healthy everyday meals, and the book is packed with yummy ideas—whether veggie-focused twists on favorites (like Refried Lentil Nachos and Black Bean and Beet Burgers) or ways to really show off seasonal produce (hello, Velvety Asparagus-Mint Soup with Lavender-Lemon Goat Cheese!). This has become a book-marked staple on my cookbook shelf, and I hope friends will love it too.”

—Richael Best, Associate Publicity and Marketing Manager


“Our children’s publishing this year has put out some fantastic titles, with two in particular topping my list.  Drawn to Color showcases the skills of both powerhouse and up-and-coming PNW children’s book artists to provide the outlines for some incredible scenes just begging to filled in by any little artists-in-residence. The variety of styles between the artists allow for a coloring book that stays fresh and engaging all the way through. Speaking of fresh and engaging, Where’s Halmoni? is equal parts gorgeous illustrations and heartwarming banter, with a ton of hidden details in the background that will reward curious kids on repeat reads.”

—Daniel Germain, Editorial Coordinator


“My choice is Drawn to ColorIt’s a versatile gift for everyone on my list: it’s cozy and homey for those who live in the PNW while also a fun gift for my loved ones far away. Besides, everyone loves to color, especially to brighten up dark winter evenings.”

—Liana Lewis, Production Assistant


“I’m going to give An Avocado a Day because everyone loves Avocados!”

—Jenny Abrami, Executive Sales Director and Associate Publisher of Little Bigfoot


“I plan to give the revised edition of Cynthia Lair’s classic cookbook Feeding the Whole Family to my brother and sister-in-law. My niece is just over a year old, and hopefully this will be inspiration for family meals!”

—Susan Roxborough, Executive Editor


“I’ll be giving The Art of Flora Forager because it’s a breathtakingly beautiful gift, especially for my fellow plant-lovers—Bridget Collins’s imaginative botanical art never fails to bring a smile to the faces of the people I show it to!”

—Hannah Elnan, Senior Editor


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