'Upside-Down Magic' Brings Young Readers TogetherYoung readers can all be on the same page when it comes to reading this summer. Denver Mayor Michael Hancock announced "Upside-Down Magic" as this year's youth "One Book One Denver."
Youth One Book, One Denver Features Local AuthorThis year's youth One Book, One Denver is the Book Scavenger by local author Jennifer Chambliss Bertman.
'Enrique's Journey' Chosen As This Year's 'One Book, One Denver' SelectionThis year's selection for "One Book, One Denver" is a story about a Honduran boy who undergoes several hardships trying to reach his mother in the U.S.
'Maybe A Bear Ate It' Author Proud To Be Part Of 'One Book, One Denver' Earlier this week Denver kicked off its "One Book, One Denver" preschool campaign. The book is called "Maybe A Bear Ate It."
Lt. Gov. Garcia, Mayor Hancock Unveil Preschool 'One Book, One Denver' BookDenver's preschool "One Book, One Denver" program is growing statewide.
Mayor Hancock Reveals This Year's 'One Book One Denver'Mayor Michael Hancock announced the choice for this year's "One Book One Denver" at the Denver Animal Shelter Thursday morning
Readers Urged To Vote For 2011 'One Book, One Denver'Readers are urged to vote for this year's "One Book, One Denver." The citywide book club started seven years ago.