Help choose next January’s all-community read. Voting open through August 12.

For over a decade, the Estes Valley Library and our local partners have been celebrating literacy and community by bringing people together around the shared reading of a single book. Through discussions and special activities, One Book One Valley invites us to learn together through the power of stories and imagination.

Click here for 10 Great Reasons why One Book One Valley is important.

Click here to see all previous books featured in One Book One Valley.

Through August 12, Library patrons are encouraged to vote for the book they would most like to see chosen for the next all-community reading event. Programs and discussions will then be planned for January 2023.

CLICK HERE to find your ballot and CAST YOUR VOTE.

Voting is one-time per-person, anytime now through August 12. All voting is online this year.

The 2023 finalists: Investigate the nature of the past and the things we leave behind. Live forever on a dazzling adventure across centuries and continents, but never be remembered. Travel a barren wasteland, learning about the relationships that sustain us and the ephemeral nature of fame.

Here are the three finalists, listed alphabetically by author (click covers to link to the Library Catalog):

Finders Keepers, by Craig Childs
The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue, by V.E. Schwab
Station Eleven, by Emily St. John Mandel

The Library wishes to thank everyone for taking time to review the finalists and cast a vote. One Book One Valley is made possible through the generous support of the Library Friends & Foundation.