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  • The element of anticipation is highly illuminated with the product KIDBOX. KIDBOX is a company that specializes in choosing clothing that fits your fashion and size preferences.

  • Envision the seamless melding of opposite genres combining the labor of 2 opposite world-renowned literary geniuses to rise the phoenix of a masterpiece from the ashes of the gears grinding in the minds of R.L. Stine and Marc Brown. That vision has become a reality with the children’s book “Mary McScary”, cleverly written by R.L. Stine and stunningly illustrated by Marc Brown. 

  • Although Blake Bates, a Rock Canyon High School student shaved his hair off during Wish Week to demonstrate support for Hope, a child with a life threatening condition, he didn’t realize that he was deserving of a wish as well. 

  • Although Blake Bates, a Rock Canyon High School student shaved his hair off during Wish Week to demonstrate support for Hope, a child with a life threatening condition, he didn’t realize that he was deserving of a wish as well. Taking into account his frequent stays at Children’s hospital and severity of his seizures, his mom submitted a wish referral inquiry to Make-A-Wish Foundation. Recently, he was granted a wish because he too has a potentially life threatening health condition. 

  • Denver Comic Con was an outstanding experience like no other. Innovation, aspiration, and excitement mingled with every single attendee. Comic Con was a place where people with a wondrous sense of ambitious admiration gathered to celebrate creative ideas that were sprung to life out of people with superpowers of the imagination. An unimaginable amount of people stood united in an enormous celebration of their love for comics and the positive impact on their lives. Seas of people expressed tsunamis of excitement.
     

  • Lemons, a novel by Melissa Savage is a heartwarming and meaningful piece of literature that will keep you intrigued! It is a novel with so many impactful and hilarious aspects even though it is about coping with loss. Lemons is an endearing tale about hunting for Bigfoot and finding themselves in the process.

  • In Lisa Bunker’s newest novel, Felix Yz, Bunker reimagines life as we know it. In her novel, a human boy, Felix gets fused with an alien during a freak accident. Felix Yz is a blog of Felix’s personal experience of living fused with a fourth-dimensional being, Zyx and tells about the high-risk procedure that could detach Felix and the fourth-dimensional being.
     

  • Talking Leaves talks to most readers and may leaf and impression on you!

  • The Candy Makers and the Great Chocolate Chase is a novel written by Wendy Mass that is choco-filled with candy-coated friendships and adventures that will satisfy your sweet tooth!
    Logan, Miles, Daisy, and Philip are back again for another sweet candy making experience!

  •    Vaughn Toland, Director of Admissions for Metropolitan State University of Denver advised journalists on college expenses and early preparation in-training on July 21 during The Denver Post Journalism Day

  • 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.

  • By using words powerful enough to make the sun rise and set and to cause brilliant moonbeams to illuminate the sky, Malala Yousafzai has brought global awareness to the millions of girls without the privilege to be educated. There is a movie made about this empowering 18 year old advocate for women's rights and she said in the movie that it was not only about her, but about the over 40 million girls who can’t go to school. The movie is called “He Named Me Malala”.
     

  • It doesn’t take much to touch another life, show support and make a difference for someone who is going through a difficult time.  

  • The Byers-Evans house/mansion (Victoria) tour is an experience like no other. It is like stepping into a time machine and going back in time to the early 1900’s. The house has ornate decor; glittering crystal chandeliers, mahogany rugs the color of a vibrant sunset, fireplaces adorned by pale candles and the feeling of the connection and family love that once engulfed the house.

  • Young AmeriTowne is a bridge between being a kid (having loads of fun) and learning important information that will be used later in life.

  • A volunteer goes the extra mile to help others.

  •  Keeper of the Lost Cities Everblaze by Shannon Messenger is an adrenaline pumping novel about a telepathic individual, Sophie (an elf) trying to defeat her rivals resulting in a picture painted by words and figurative language and a deep whirlpool of imagination pulling this story together as a world and an adventure beyond your wildest dreams.

  • “All aboard accommodations are waiting,” festive music, a classic train ride to the North Pole, a cast of characters, just to name a few…ring a bell? Like the first gift of Christmas in the reenacted movie The Polar Express. 

  • Taking a trip is enjoyable but taking an adventure without luggage or a passport would be much easier. A new and improved way was just figured out. 

  • Everybody knows the innovative, classic story of The Wizard of Oz. How about a change? In other words, how about a sequel?

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