Favorite Books & Magazines

My son and I love to read and research and this is where I will keep a list of things I like (or didn’t) for you to check out. I will cover both Fiction and Non-Fiction here! My list was getting long enough I thought it would be best to split everything up into their own pages to make books easier to locate. You can click the links to the sections below to get to the lists for the age range you would like to look at!

I am also have written a blog post about helping to encourage reading. We are big advocates of reading around here! Click here to read about our top 5 tips on getting kids to read!


Adult Fiction : Authors include – Alan Bradley, Peter Brown, Chris Cleave, Neil Gaiman, Nichola Griffith, Carl Hiaasen, Kazu Kibuishi, Louise Penny, Elizabeth Peters, Ransom Riggs, Paul Thomas, Matin Walker

Children and Young Adult Fiction : Authors include – Alan Bradley, Peter Brown, Christine Burger, Roald Dahl, Kate DiCamillo, Kate Forsyth, Neil Gaiman, Stuart Gibbs, Toby Ibboston, Kazu Kibuishi, Patrick Ness, Eddie Pittman, Ransom Riggs, Jason Rohan, J.K. Rowling/J. Tiffany/J. Thorne, Chris Van Dusen,  Roy Henry Vickers, Melanie Watts

Non-fiction Books : 100 Hikes Series – Oregon, Are We There Yet?, DK Math Workbooks, Dot to Dot Books, Grand Canyon Handbook, The Kid’s Guide to Grand Teton National Park, National Geographic: Secrets of the National Parks, Notes From A Small Island, Oregon Camping – The Complete Guide to Tent and RV Camping, Kane Miller Pocket Book Series, Q & A a Day For Kids, Yellowstone & Grand Teton, Yosemite



We don’t get very many magazines, but a couple of my favorites can be found below and we will add to this list here if there are others we can’t live without!

Mile-by-Mile Guide to the Oregon Coast

National Park Newpapers

Sunset Magazine (May 2014)

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