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Welcome to the Water 2012 Book Club!
Please join Colorado authors Pete McBride, Jon Waterman, Craig Childs, Will Hobbs, Greg Hobbs, George Sibley and Patty Limerick as you read and discuss their books.
The theme of the Water 2012 Book Club is the adventure, fun and challenge of Colorado’s most precious resource, water.
As the 2012 year of water celebration unfolds starting this coming January when Governor John Hickenlooper kicks off the celebration, these authors will be presenting and discussing their books in person, online, and through live and recorded video, webinar, facebook and blog programs.
More details to follow! We encourage you to share this list with other book club members and we look forward to your participation!
Water 2012 Book Club Selections
The Statewide Books for 2012
The Colorado River, Flowing Through Conflict by Peter McBride and Jonathan Waterman
The Colorado River from it’s headwaters in Rocky Mountain National Park to its delta in Mexico is beautiful, used, stressed and deserving of protection. Peter McBride Jonathan Waterman
House of Rain by Craig Childs
The ancestral Puebloans of the Colorado River Plateau, how they lived on the land, adapted in a water short region and migrated to sustain themselves. Craig Childs
Young Adult Audience:
River Thunder by Will Hobbs
Three young women and three young men learn about themselves and how to pull together through the crashing waves of the Grand Canyon. Will Hobbs
Regional Programs: To Be Announced
First Quarter 2012:
Second Quarter 2012:
River Thunder and
Living the Four Corners, Colorado Centennial State at the Headwaters by Justice Greg Hobbs
There is nothing so inspiring and challenging as living in the Four Corners States of Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, and Wyoming, where water is life and its careful use and preservation is a necessity. Living the Four Corners
Third Quarter 2012:
Conserving the Headwaters, The Colorado River District at 75 by George Sibley
The Colorado River Water Conservation District grows into its role of being the western Colorado steward of the state’s water treasure. CRWCD
Fourth Quarter 2012:
A Ditch in Time, Denver, the West, and Water by Patricia Limerick
How a great and growing city on the eastern plains learns to cross many political, legal, and cultural divides. Center of the American West
More Colorado Water 2012 coverage here.