“You” Can Be In One of Our Books

We all like hearing the sound of our own name, unless it is your mother calling you by your first and middle names. We all know that feeling, too! CLICK HERE to be included in one of our books! Each person’s name is very important to him or to her. ( continue reading… )

Capital Cities–How Do They Become Such?

There are many people who do not know the capital of each U.S. state. That’s not surprising given that there are fifty of them. Also, if you live on the East Coast, knowledge of the mid-western states, for example, is not as important as the knowledge of your own area. ( continue reading… )

The State Capitol Building in Olympia, Washington

The Capitol Building in Olympia is a four-story rectangular building that houses the main executive and legislative branches of the government of the State of Washington. The Capitol, also known as the Legislative Building even though it also houses some of the Executive Branch, is but one of many buildings ( continue reading… )

Facts About Olympia, Washington

Named for the neighboring Olympic Mountains, Olympia was incorporated as a town in 1859, and as a city in 1882. According to the 2010 Census, Olympia was the 24th largest city in the state of Washington, and 750th in the USA Washington became an official U.S. state in 1889, and ( continue reading… )