Join Denver's largest book club—and have a say in what book everybody reads. One Book, One Denver, now in its ninth year, is a citywide book club that aims to foster a culture of reading for youth and adults alike by encouraging everyone to read the same book and take part in community events starting in September.
— Enrique's Journey : Colorado State University alumni Sonia Nazario tells the true story of a Honduran boy who faces impossible hardships while attempting to reach his mother in the United States. The book is based on her Los Angeles Times feature series , which won two Pulitzers.
— Denver: A Novel : As Denver begins to move away from its pioneer town beginnings, the Hastings family is caught in the middle of a turbulent era in John Dunning's saga of historical fiction.
— The Worst Hard Time: The Untold Story of Those Who Survived the Great American Dust Bowl : Timothy Egan's epic non-fiction book uses the stories of a dozen families to tell the tale of living through the dust storms in the High Plains in the 1930s.
The details: Pick just one book or rate one (or all three) on a scale of one to five stars. Voting ends Friday, June 22.