"The Little Lost Llama" immortalizes the story of Homer, the llama that got lost on a mountain nine years ago.
As a kid, Grandin would make forts and dioramas out of cardboard. She wants today's young people to similarly invent things with their hands.
Cayton-Holland's new book, "Tragedy + Time," is a loving tribute to his sister and a portrait of his exceptional Denver family.
Author Gregory Crouch explores his rags-to-riches life in his new book, "The Bonanza King."
CU professor Marcia Douglas will be at the Zee Jaipur Literature Festival in Boulder this weekend. Her latest book is "The Marvellous Equations Of The Dread: A Novel in Bass Riddim."
Writer Elisa Gabbert recently penned a letter of recommendation for the recently returned section at the Denver Central Library.
Jeanne Winer's latest book, "Her Kind of Case," is modeled off Winer's own high-profile cases.
In "Depth of Winter," Sheriff Walt Longmire travels to the Chihuahuan desert of Northern Mexico to rescue his daughter from a cartel.
Gwen Florio traveled overseas shortly after the 9/11 attacks.
Carter Wilson wrote "Mister Tender's Girl" to explore what the survivor of such a crime would be like as an adult.