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     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.

Do you like baking? If so, the Easy-Bake Oven “Baking Star Edition” might be the device for you. 

And you thought freshman year was hard!

     Dia de Muertos is a perfect time to kill. Costumes, crowds, you could disappear in an instant. Spectre is meeting once again, but this time, they are not alone. James Bond (Daniel Craig) has tracked them down and is going in for the kill. Like a cat after a mouse, they are in for the chase. Explosions, hand to hand combat, and gun battles have brought Bond close to death all around the world, but will he survive this time?

“Hilo, The Boy Who Crashed to Earth,” by Judd Winick, is a fast paced graphic novel that is perfect for reading under the covers. Though there are very little words, every chapter will leave your fingers itching to turn the page.

Have you seen the movie phenomenon Inside Out by Disney Pixar? If not, I truly hope you go see it, because, guess what? The new Inside Out plushies by TOMY are here! With plush, squeezable bodies and detailed features, these plush toys are perfect for any Inside Out fan above the age of four. 

Awesome Australian author visits Denver's Tattered Cover Book Store.

Hamster Princess: Harriet the Invincible- An amazingly amazing book

Albie has always been an almost. Almost good enough to pass spelling tests. Almost good at math. Almost good enough to make his parents proud. But when he makes a new friend, everything might change.

Loving History? Like the history of Famous Hispanic Heroes? Read this book!!!

Most art fairs, with their $1,000 pieces and frumpy old men in suits just aren't made for families, but at Jim Deluca's "Affordable Art Fair" , you can buy to your heart's content and still spend less than $100.00.

The Denver botanical garden's corpse flower has bloomed!

The Junior Olympics is a competition for thousands of athletes up to age 22.

Four Mile Historic Park is a unique and interesting park that has enough attractions for several hours of fun.  

     When a war knocks on your door, what would you do? “Cold War on Maplewood Street” by Gayle Rosengren features a young girl’s experience in the time of cold war.