The votes are in, and we’re about to reveal the book Estes Valley readers chose for next January’s One Book One Valley–a celebration of community and literacy. Watch the announcement TODAY, November 13 at 12 noon on Facebook Live.
Last June, the Estes Valley Library invited local readers to rank their preferred choices from a “final four” of book titles. The four books in the running were, alphabetically by author:
* Virgil Wander by Leif Enger
* Running with Sherman by Christopher McDougall
* The Dutch House by Ann Patchett
* The Book Woman of Troublesome Creek by Kim Michele Richardson
The winning title will be announced live TODAY, November 13 at 12:00 noon through a video presentation on the Library’s Facebook and YouTube pages. To watch the announcement, all you’ll need is an Internet or Wi-Fi connection. Visit the Library’s Facebook page or follow the links from estesvalleylibrary.org. The winning title will also be posted on the Library’s homepage later that afternoon.
Beginning November 13 at noon, 100 copies of the book will be available for a 3-week checkout with your Library card. Digital downloads will also be available as another convenient option.
One Book One Valley, an annual reading celebration hosted through the Estes Valley Library, is about community. The project invites conversation and learning with fellow readers–and the opportunity to make new friends and acquaintances in the process.
Read the 10 Great Reasons for One Book One Valley
See the Featured Titles from Previous Years
Special thanks goes to the generous donors to the Estes Valley Library Friends & Foundation, who make One Book One Valley possible each year. Look for announcements in December about the online program activities and discussions that will be happening in January 2021.