The staff at Old Firehouse Books in Fort Collins recommends a tale of self-improvement, an Indigenous mystery and a biography of George Washington Carver.
With “The Little Book of Aliens,” author Adam Frank, who started as a kid with bad sci-fi and Star Trek reruns, turns his attention to the serious business of astrobiology.
The staff from Park Hill Community Bookstore in Denver recommends both engaging fiction and an award winning nonfiction book set right in the store’s neighborhood.
“In Search of the Blonde Tigress” author Silvia Pettem tracks a notorious Illinois prisoner who escaped in 1940 and who may have wound up serving diners at a restaurant on Denver’s East Colfax Avenue.
Silvia Pettem’s fascination with women who had disappeared into history led to her research for “In Search of the Blonde Tigress.”
The staff from Poor Richard’s Books in Colorado Springs recommends volumes about nature, women who were WWII heroes and Icelandic elves.
For “The Long Devotion,” co-editors Emily Pérez and Nancy Reddy spent years collecting observations of poets on balancing — or not — the demands of family and craft.
An excerpt from Mark Lee Gardner’s “The Earth is All That Lasts” presents a detailed description of the vision that preceded the historic battle at Little Bighorn.
With “The Earth Is All That Lasts,” renowned Western author M.L. Gardner sought to tell the story of the iconic battle of the Little Bighorn from the Lakota and Cheyenne perspective.
The folks at Poor Richard’s Books & Gifts in Colorado Springs recommend a thriller, an examination of nature’s myriad sounds and a mystery.