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In a world without sound, how can someone start to hear? In Soundless, by bestselling author Richelle Mead, a young Chinese artist named Fei hears a call to action so that she can find a voice to save her home. 

Spring is here! The birds are chirping and a fresh feeling of renewal has crept into all of our bones. Now is the time to explore the outdoors.

Robot Revolution, an incredible exhibit for ages 4 to 400, now open at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science.

People watching. Lights glowing. The pronouncer speaks. “Vichyssoise. A thick, cold soup made of puréed leeks, onions, potatoes, cream, and chicken stock.” Will you get it? Will you miss it?
 

The samurai; noble warriors of Japan, are explored in the Denver Art Museum's latest exhibit; Samurai, The Collection of Ann and Gabriel Barbier-Mueller.

Recently, the Denver Museum of Nature and Science hosted the Girls and Science event.

Cynthia Lord is a down to Earth, sweet, and humble author who was at the Colorado Council International Reading Association (CCIRA) conference recently. She is the author of Rules, Touchblue, A Handful of Stars, the Shelter Pet Squad Series, and the Hot Rod Hamster Series.

Author who wrote first book at 14 presents Young Writers' Award

Steve Spangler came to the Colorado Council International Reading Association (CCIRA) Conference. He gave a presentation aimed at inspiring the teachers at the conference.

If you are a Doctor Who fan I would definitely check out this awesome coloring book!

Labels are unavoidable, however people are more than only their label.

Time for the annual CCIRA conference and this year award winning author, Judy Rose was there! 

“War of the World Records” by Matthew Ward
This thriller is INCREDIBLE!!!!! Every chapter leaves you with a devastatingly awesome cliffhanger. Once you open this book, you will never want to close it.

This true story about an American hero will leave you wanting more!

     Hundreds of years ago, pollution covered the planet. To get rid of it, scientists created nanites, miniscule beings that would suck up all of the waste in the world. Soon, Earth was free of pollution, but the evolving nanites knew it would not stay this way unless they produced a product that would eliminate the problem, humans.

Kat Bateson is going to find out in the chilling "The Charmed Children of Rookskill Castle".

Life of Zarf: The Troll Who Cried Wolf” is a book by Rob Harrell about a troll called Zarf. Zarf has a friend, a pig called Kevin, who is snatched by wolves, and Zarf must save him.
 

Nothing can stand between a girl and her dream...

Drift and Dagger by Kendall Kulper is one of the more interesting books that I have read. The protagonist, a teenage boy named Mal, is betrayed by an old friend of his, Essie Roe.  

In The Heart of The Sea is about  how a group of men set sail in hope of finding whales for oil but then they find a whole lot more then they wanted.

The Last Kids on Earth, written by max Brailler and illustrated by Douglas Holgate, tells about a boy named Jack Sullivan and his three best friends struggling to survive the zombie apocalypse.

“The Guinness World Records 2016” is a 255 page book of epic world records including anything from the tallest teen to the football team with the best super bowl records to the longest wheelie.
 

Puzzles are enjoyably frustrating.  However, the aftermath of completing one is wonderful.  "Kings of the Mountain" is a perfect puzzle for a patient lover of the wilderness!

What would you do if you suddenly became homeless?  History Colorado's exhibit on homelessness shines a spotlight on different scenarios of people on the streets throughout history.