If rivers and the outdoor legacy of the West are your thing, owner Marya Johnston of Out West Books in Grand Junction has some required reading.
The staff from Poor Richard’s Books in Colorado Springs recommends volumes about nature, women who were WWII heroes and Icelandic elves.
The staff at The Bookies Bookstore in Denver recommends an adult mystery/fantasy and two great stories — and some great illustrations — for kids.
The staff of Explore Booksellers in Aspen recommends a unique Silicon Valley novel, a ghost story and a time-travel mix of sci-fi and satire.
Owner Marya Johnston of Out West Books in Grand Junction understandably has a soft spot for books about books and the people who sell them. Here are 3 faves.
The staff at Poor Richard’s Books in Colorado Springs recommends a murder mystery, a graphic memoir on race and a deep dive into history.
Old Firehouse Books in Fort Collins recommends novels of the Sri Lankan civil war, wedding plans gone awry and the magic of language.
The staff at the Park Hill Community Bookstore, a Denver nonprofit, recommends a collection about “witness trees,” a Pulitzer winner and a debut from a virtuoso author.
The staff of Explore Booksellers in Aspen recommends a riveting novella, a tale of devastating secrets and a celebrated release from Adrienne Brodeur.
The Bookies in Denver recommends two great beach reads and a novel paying homage to the former Colorado town of Iola.