Celebrate the newest unputdownable thriller with supernatural suspense from award-winning local author, Jennifer Alsever, Burying Eva Flores! Perfect for adult and teen thriller fans alike, Burying Eva Flores unwinds the mystery of two very different rivals with text messages, documentary interviews and more. There will be a presentation from Alsever where she will discuss and read from her book, to be followed by a Q&A session and book signing. Light refreshments will be provided.
Recovered text message between Sophia Palmer and her best friend:... Learn more.
Join Colorado author and illustrator duo John W. Smith and Amy Klein for story time and book signing of their book Wrinkles in My Socks. This is a free event and open to skiers (and non skiers) of all ages!
One need not be a skier to appreciate the uncomfortable inconvenience posed by discovering a wrinkle in one's sock. It's especially annoying when racing the clock to get dressed in time to get somewhere on time. Even worse when an impatient, big brother is pacing the hall and a watchful mother is waiting and wondering downstairs. This fun, rhyming story (also... Learn more.
The Bookworm is thrilled to partner with Old Firehouse Books, Boulder Bookstore, Book Bar, and the Estes Valley Library via Macdonald Bookshop to virtually host Blake Crouch in conversation with Amor Towles in celebration of Crouch's new book Upgrade! The event will take place on Tuesday, July 12th at 6:00pm MT on Zoom. Each event ticket purchase comes with a copy of the book, Upgrade, and one unique link to access the event. Access links will be sent 24 hours before the event. ... Learn more.
Arrr mateys, it’s a pirate themed storytime! Denver author Lynn Becker will read her book, Monsters in the Briny, and some other pirate books, and then help lead a pirate hat making craft. There will be a costume contest and the winner will receive a copy of the book! Then illustrator Scott Brundage will lead a monster illustration activity. Lynn and Scott will stick around to sign copies of their book.
Following the sea shanty rhyme of What Do You Do With . . ., a ship's crew of sailors has to contend with a coterie of mythical sea creatures that includes a grumpy kraken, a sickly... Learn more.
Join Karin Barker, leader of The Bookworm's Women's Voices Book Club, in a discussion of Woman, Watching by Merilyn Simonds. After the discussion, Merilyn will call into the store from Canada via Zoom to answer questions about the book, and the life and work of pioneering ornithologist Louise de Kiriline Lawrence, whose longitudinal behavior and population studies are still used by Ornithologists today.
Referred to as a Canadian Rachel Carson, Louise de Kiriline Lawrence lived and worked in an isolated log cabin near North Bay. After her husband was... Learn more.