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Colorado Bookshelf: Devotion

New York Times best-selling author and Broomfield resident Adam Makos’ newest book shines light on the heroes of an oft forgotten war.

Keeping Bullies At Bay

With her book, SHOUT!, a local mom honors her daughter’s memory by inspiring programs to help children with disabilities.

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An Insider’s Guide to Lit Fest

How to take advantage of Lighthouse Writers Workshop's annual celebration of the written word, no matter your budget.

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Tales of a Four-Legged Cop

A Denver police officer details the adventures of his first K-9 partner in his new book, The Oscar Dog.

5 New Young Adult Must-Reads

In honor of National School Library Month, Kristin McKeown, library coordinator at Centennial’s Eaglecrest High School—the 2014 National School Library Program of the Year—gives us her picks for new YA books.

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Colorado Bookshelf: “American Ghost”

Boulder-based journalist Hannah Nordhaus goes hunting for the ghost of her great-great-grandmother, who is said to haunt a famed Santa Fe hotel, in this heavily researched historical (and personal) book.   

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Booked Up

Fort Collins–based Unite for Literacy wants to give 100 books to every child in Colorado—for free. And it’s figured out how to do it.

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