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Lynn Vincent & Sara Vladic
Most of us first heard of the tragic ending to the USS Indianapolis in the film
Jaws, but the story of its final mission and subsequent sinking is much more complicated and unbelievably compelling.
This story of how the mundane can be extraordinary may eclipse Tyler's previous work, which won a Pulitzer Prize. Willa Drake's life is changed repeatedly and dramatically, but the biggest change comes when she suddenly finds herself across the country, raising a family that isn't her own.
Readers who love the '70s, rock and roll, David Bowie, and literature that sings will enjoy this novel by Denver writer Heller. It's part sci-fi, part rock opera, part historic fiction, and all unique. Praise for Heller's work includes a feature on the cover of Denver's Westword magazine and a national book tour.
From another Colorado author, this is a love letter to Boulder, the state of Colorado, and family ties. This young woman's journey into our wonderful state invites the reader on an adventure to save someone she loves.
A very unique tale of bullying, redemption, high school, and the hidden meanings behind every action. Cliff Hubbard, also called Neanderthal, is roped into helping the boy he hates most as they attempt to fix their school after one of them nearly dies.
A story of magic, love, family, honey, and fruit. Our heroine Dalla Kelly is trying to heal her mother, help her father save the farm, and also live her life as a normal kid. For those who love books like
Because of Winn-Dixie.
Andy Griffiths & Terry Denton
The seventh volume in the best-selling slapstick series is the biggest one yet. Filled with the silliness that fans of books like Captain Underpants have come to love, this time the kids are taking care of some grandchildren and, of course, gross-out shenanigans ensue.
If you think the answer to the question this title poses is No, you've got another thing coming. What makes the scariest villain in the history of all science fiction, fantasies, and space operas afraid? You have to read to find out.
Michael Ian Black & Debbie Ohi
Movie star and comedian Michael Ian Black delivers a touching book about the importance of talking about our feelings and letting them occur. Cute, well-drawn, and featuring an important message: it's okay to be sad sometimes.
A simple story of how things can get better when they're combined. Colors interact and make new colors, which create vibrant new experiences for the world at large. A very fun book with a subtle depth.