|Thank you.I will be by tomorrow and check out a copy is any are left. aleh|
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--- On Thu, 5/14/09, josephine jones <[address removed]> wrote:
From: josephine jones <[address removed]>
Subject: [denverbookclub] copies of EXTREMELY LOUD AND INCREDIBLY CLOSE available
To: [address removed]
Date: Thursday, May 14, 2009, 2:22 PM
Hello, fellow readers. I picked up a book club kit that includes copies of EXTREMELY LOUD AND INCREDIBLY CLOSE by Jonathan Safran Foer and am happy to share them with you. Please stop by my office to check out your copy. Our office is located at 1490 Lafayette Street, Suite 101 and open 8 ��� 5, Monday through Friday. I���ll leave them out on my desk next to a sign-out sheet. Our office is near the intersection of Lafayette and Colfax, and there���s free parking on the street and in the lot across Lafayette just South of Colfax.
The books and one CD audio book are not due until after our meeting, and you may return them to me at our discussion on Thursday, May 28, or to my office later if you prefer.
Looking forward to discussing this innovative work,
Josephine Jones Director of Programs
1490 Lafayette Street Suite 101 Denver CO 80218
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Please join us for a free taste of Colorado���s finest literature TONIGHT
at the Colorado Book Awards Poetry & Fiction Finalist reading
May 14, 5:30 pm, Baur���s Italian Restaurant, 1512 Curtis Street, in Denver
P.S. We���re taking our place on the literary map by celebrating the best of Colorado
amongst the "World of Words" Aspen Summer Words Literary Festival.
Join us in Aspen for only $10 as we celebrate the achievements of Colorado authors, editors, illustrators and photographers in books published in 2008.
DATE Monday, June 22, 2009
TIME 3:30pm Awards & Brief Readings by Winners
4:30pm Book Signing Reception for Winners and Finalists (and all Aspen Summer Words Presenters)
WHERE The Doerr-Hosier Center at The Aspen Meadows
For 33 years, Aspen Summer Words has been the place to be for anyone with a passion for the written word. This festival of words, stories, and ideas brings some of the world's most engaging talent to Aspen -- and this year it might just be the locals.
For more information on the Colorado Book Awards, please visit http://coloradohumanities.org/ccftb/index.html.
To purchase tickets online, visit https://www.blacktie-colorado.com/ and click on Colorado Humanities.
Here���s your summer reading list���enjoy!
CBA 2009 Finalists
Wayfare by Pattiann Rogers, Penguin Group - Viking Adult
Holding Three Things At Once by Rosemerry Wahtola Trommer, Turkey Buzzard Press
A Murmuration of Starlings by Jake Adam York, Southern Illinois University Press
Orange Mint and Honey by Carleen Brice, One World/Ballantine Books
Home Pool: Stories of Fly Fishing and Lesser Passions by Bruce Ducker, illustrated by Duke Beardsley, Stackpole Books
The Song of Jonah by Gene Guerin, University of New Mexico Press
People of the Whale by Linda Hogan, W.W. Norton & Co.
The Story of Edgar Sawtelle by David Wroblewski,
Wild Inferno by Sandi Ault, Berkley/Penguin Group
Breath and Bone by Carol Berg, ROC/NAL Penguin Group
Fireweed: A Woman���s Saga in Gold Rush America by Carolyn Evans Campbell, Georgetown Editions/Xlibris Corporation
A Death in Gascony by Sarah D���Almeida, Berkley/Penguin Group
Ex-Kop by Warren Hammond, Tor Books
Soul of Fire by Sarah A. Hoyt, Bantam Spectra
A Stranger���s Game by Joan Johnston, Pocket Books Hardcover/Simon & Schuster
Come with Me to Babylon by Paul M. Levitt, University of New Mexico Press
A Thousand Veils by D.J. Murphy, Lulu Press, Inc.
Neptune���s Chariot by Irv Sternberg, Starmount Press/Outskirts Press
Polk: The Man Who Transformed the Presidency and America by Walter R.
Borneman, Random House
The Principled Politician: The Ralph Carr Story by Adam Schrager, Fulcrum Publishing
Rabbit Creek Country: Three Ranching Lives in the Heart of the Mountain West by Jon Thiem with Deborah Dimon, University of New Mexico Press
Spring���s Edge: A Ranch Wife���s Chronicles by Laurie Wagner Buyer, University of New Mexico Press
Bicycling beyond the Divide: Two Journeys into the West by Daryl Farmer, University of Nebraska Press
Travels in Place: A Journey into Memory Loss by Christiane W. Griffin-Wehr, Robert D. Reed Publishers
Trespass: Living at the Edge of the Promised Land by Amy Irvine, North Point Press/Farrar, Straus & Giroux
Green Home Improvement: 65 Projects That Will Cut Utility Bills, Protect Your Health, Help the
Environment by Daniel D. Chiras, Ph.D., RS Means/Reed Construction Data
Storey���s Illustrated Breed Guide to Sheep, Goats, Cattle and Pigs by Carol Ekarius, Storey Publishing, LLC
Colorado Organic: Cooking Seasonally, Eating Locally by Jennifer Olson, with text by Cecily Cullen and Mindy Sink, Jennifer Olson Photography LLC
Health and Well-Being
Health Is Simple, Disease Is Complicated: A Systems Approach to Vibrant Health by James Forleo, North Atlantic Books
Unexpected Intimacy: Everyday Connections that Nourish the Soul by Sarah Gabriel, Great Room Press
Notes from the Waiting Room: Managing a Loved One���s End-of-Life Hospitalization by Bart Windrum, Axiom Action
Killing for Coal: America���s Deadliest Labor War by Thomas G. Andrews, Harvard University Press
Where A Hundred
Soldiers Were Killed: The Struggle for the Powder River Country in 1866 and the Making of the Fetterman Myth by John H. Monnett, Ph.D., University of New Mexico Press
Pioneer Cemeteries: Sculpture Gardens of the Old West by Annette Stott, University of Nebraska Press
Democratic National Convention 2008: Obama���s Mile High Moment, The Denver Post, Fulcrum Publishing
Colorado���s Wild Horses by Claude Steelman, Wildshots, Inc.
Colorado Scenic Byways, Taking the Other Road by Jim Steinberg and Susan J. Tweit, Portfolio Publications Inc.
M Is for Mischief: An A to Z of Naughty Children by Linda Ashman, illustrated by Nancy Carpenter, Dutton Children���s Books
Max Goes to Jupiter: A Science Adventure with Max the Dog by Jeffrey Bennett, Nick Schneider, Erica Ellingson,
illustrated by Michael Carroll, Big Kid Science
There Was a Man Who Loved a Rat and Other Vile Little Poems by Gerda Rovetch, illustrated by Lissa Rovetch, Philomel Books/Penguin Group
The No-No Boys: Home-Front Heroes by Teresa R. Funke, Bailiwick Press
Herby���s Secret Formula by Sue C. Hughey, Associated Arts Publisher
The Totally Made-up Civil War Diary of Amanda MacLeish by Claudia Mills, Farrar Straus & Giroux
Young Adult Literature
The Trials of Kate Hope by Wick Downing, Houghton Mifflin Books for Children
Seize the Story: A Handbook for Teens Who Like to Write by Victoria Hanley, Cottonwood Press, Inc.
Fact of Life #31 by Denise Vega, Alfred A. Knopf Books for Young Readers
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