|When he was in third grade, George Stranahan stood on his desk when asked a question by his teacher and bellowed, “Me no know, and me no care.” He was sent to the principal’s office for that insurrection. But his challenge to the status quo in|
Congrats to our three authors up for Colorado Book Awards this Friday! Come out to support Mark Stevens, Daniel J. Watkins and Sandy Munro at 1 p.m. at the Doerr-Hosier Center.
|Anthology Finalist, Laurena Mayne Davis, reads from Monumental Majesty: 100 Years of Colorado National Monument in front of crowd at April 19 Finalist Readings.|
Author: Garrick Pfaffmann
Volume 2 of the Family Field Guide for Colorado’s Rocky Mountains covers the 60 most common trees, shrubs and flowers for this area. This easy identification guide is designed for young readers but is extremely useful for adults as well. The guide provides information on each plant to help understand habitats, adaptations and forest dynamics for the rest of the Rocky Mountain plant kingdom.
We seek stories that come from our valley and beyond. We believe that each community is made up of its own stories. These narratives act as a conduit that connects people through a bond of community and commonality. We recognize that stories come to life with time, careful cultivation and some tender, loving care. So let us help publish your story, photographs, or poems. And together, we can make history with minds wide open.