The Great Wheel Adventure is the wondrous story of Gabe and Betty, two siblings who explore Seattle’s most exciting spots. Beginning at the Seattle Great Wheel, the kids journey to the Seattle Aquarium, Elliott Bay, the Seahawks stadium, Mount Rainier, the Mariners ballpark, the Space Needle, Pike Place Market, and much, much more. This thirty-six-page storybook is full of uplifting, colorful illustrations. Authored by local entrepreneur Kyle Griffith and illustrated by Ryan Hobson, this limited publication is a joyful read for all ages!

From the stormy Washington coast and lush dark green of the Hoh Rain Forest to the stark and arid high desert and wheat-covered hills of the Palouse, the state of Washington is home to an incredible diversity of ecosystems and organisms—including the humans who hike its mountains and swim its waters. Where else can you find both the wettest place in the United States and the quietest? Or five active volcanoes, including one that blew its top not so long ago?

Brought to you by the visionaries behind Seattle’s Great Wheel, Wings Over Washington is a companion to the cutting-edge Pier 57 attraction of the same name. Filled with stunning photographs and elegant descriptions, this book offers a comprehensive exploration of the remarkable region known as the Evergreen State and provides readers the opportunity to bring their experience home.

It’s 1897, and gold rush–era Seattle is bustling with fortune seekers headed to the goldfields! When errand boy Walter chases a mischievous pup named Dusty onto a steamship bound for the Klondike, he also meets Hal, an old prospector. The trio teams up for a grand adventure—from Seattle’s Miners Landing to the icy shores of Alaska to the Golden Horseshoe Saloon to a frozen landscape with promises of riches underground—risking life and limb for a chance at making their fortune. Every miner dreams of gold, but will Walter, Dusty, and Hal be the ones to strike it rich?

The Great Gold Rush Adventure includes these fun interactive features:

- A replica of the July 17, 1897, front page of the Seattle Post-Intelligencer announcing the arrival of the SS Portland with two tons of gold on board.

- A removable Miners Landing Outfitters flier with an actual list of the supplies Seattle merchants sold to gold rush prospectors.

- An artist’s rendition of a cross section of the Portland, the famous ship that helped spark the gold rush.

- A booklet describing the miners’ most important tools for striking it rich.

- A telegram, a card shark’s marked playing card, and more!