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Even in his old age Joan Miro could create amazing sculptures and paintings but he would never let his creativity vanish. At the Denver Art Museum you can experience the Joan Miro: Instinct and Imagination exhibit through June. Miro’s sculptures were very creative like how he made them completely out of found objects such as garden tools, screws and much more.

Becky Rohr is selling clothing and accessories to fund for student in Uganda.

Chocolate lovers enjoyed a hands-on workshop where nearly all of their senses experienced chocolate every step of the way!

Chris Soentpiet visited the CCIRA conference in Denver Colorado

Melanie Crowder has finished her new book Audacity and she has learned a lot.

 The magic is running out at the museum.

In Muchacho, Louanne Johnson tells the story of Eddie Corazon, a juvenile delinquent.

Are you afraid?  Maybe you need a nightmare to calm you down!

Cynthia Kadohata’s book, Half a World Away, tells a heartwarming story of the transformation of a twelve-year-old boy named Jaden.

A story about a boy named Cheesie Mack, his best friend Georgie and their massive Halloween prank. 

Two girls, one wish, and a war. What could go wrong?

“A Horse Called Hero” is an epic story of a boy and his horse’s deep passion for each other. Readers of all ages, especially horse lovers, will fall in love with this sad tale.

   Benny Alvarez has an middle school, an army full of girls, and the fear of losing his grandfather to deal with.  Can he take the pressure?

The troubles and adversities of a middle school student.

A very heartfelt story about the power of love and the sadness of loss. 

New York City is quickly being invaded and taken over. The evil group, calling themselves the Foot Clan, have taken control of everything: the people, police, and even the politicians. There is no hope in New York City, until four turtles come along. 

A place that is full of chatting kids, humorous events and magical things isn’t a story you hear about everyday, is it?

Have you ever wondered what became of Oz after Dorothy clicked her heels and went home?

Letters to Ann, edited by Ann Marie, is a beautiful, heart-wrenching story of a man writing letters to his daughter during the heat of the Korean War. 

The movie, “Cesar Chavez,” places the audience in the middle of an epic civil rights struggle in America: the 1965-1970 Delano Strike and Grape Boycott. 

How I Live Now by Meg Rosoff is about a girl called Daisy who gets stuck in a foreign war.

Featuring a wide array of paintings by Gauguin, Matisse, Picasso, Pollock, van Gogh, and more, the Modern Masters exhibit is truly gorgeous. Beyond the doors to the exhibit is not only a gallery, it is also the evolution of 20th century painting.

The movie, “Draft Day,” follows fictional Cleveland Browns General Manager Sonny Weaver Jr. who is trying to make his mark on the Cleveland Browns.