Victoria Wright from the Farmington Public Library reads Little Owl's Egg by Debi Gliori, The Happy Owls by Celestino Piatti, Owl Moon by Jane Yolen, Adopted by an Owl by Robbyn Frankenhuyzen, and Good Night Owl by Greg Pizzoli.
“A vivid troupe of broken people in the Albuquerque Bosque.” Scott talks from Angel Fire, NM, about writing this story and his other books.
Don Bullis, historian and fact collector talks about his rich Chronology of New Mexico history.
Beth Troxell from the Farmington Public Library reads Musicians of the Sun, Raven- A Trickster Tale from the Pacific North East, and Jubuti the Tortoise- A Trickster Tale from the Amazon all by Gerald McDermott.
Last Chance Cowboy. Kari Lynn will be leading a writers’ workshop and presentation next Thursday, February 7, at the Farmington Public Library. She talks about writing, characters, and rodeo.
Melanie Leeson from The Farmington Public Library reads Go Little Green Truck by Roni Schotter, Red Truck by Kersten Hamilton, Zoom! Zoom! Sounds of Things that Go in the City by Robert Burleigh, Supertruck by Steven Savage, Three Grumpy Trucks by Todd Tarpley, and Where's My T-R-U-C-K by Karen Beaumont.
Stew Mosberg tells us about his novel set in Santa Fe’s art world, and his collection of short stories.
LeAnna Whitaker from the Farmington Public Library reads Doctor De Soto by William Steig, Helga's Dowry: A Troll Love Story by Tomie dePaola, and Oliver Button is a Sissy, also by Tomie dePaola.
Rosemary Zibart discusses her young adult fiction books set in World War II.
Melanie Leeson from the Farmington Public Library reads The Berenstain Bears Go Out To Eat by Jan and Mike Berenstain and Days with Frog by Arnold Lobel.