One Book One Broomfield
One Book One Broomfield is a city-wide reading program with the aim of creating a shared sense of community through literature.
This year's selection is "The Honey Bus: A Memoir of Loss, Courage and a Girl Saved by Bees" by Meredith May.
“The Honey Bus” is a gripping memoir about finding home in the most unlikely places and the wisdom of bees. Stop by the library to pick up a copy or place a hold through the library catalog.
This year's author talk is taking place Nov. 5 at 7 p.m. (doors open at 6:30 p.m.) in the Broomfield Auditorium.
No tickets needed. Seating is first come, first serve until capacity is reached.
Butterfly Pavilion has been part of the Colorado community since 1995 and is the first Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA)-accredited, stand-alone, non-profit invertebrate zoo in the world. Butterfly Pavilion’s mission is to foster an appreciation of invertebrates by educating the public about the need to protect and care for threatened habitats globally, while conducting research for solutions in invertebrate conservation.
Previous One Book One Broomfield Titles
- 2006: "The Meadow" by James Galvin
- 2007: "The Greatest Generation" by Tom Brokaw
- 2008: "Breakfast with Buddha" by Roland Merullo
- 2009: "Eventide" by Kent Haruf
- 2010: "Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet" by Jamie Ford
- 2011: "Thinking in Pictures" by Temple Grandin
- 2012: "Healer" by Carol Cassella
- 2013: "The Dog Stars" by Peter Heller
- 2014: "Blood Memory" by Margaret Coel
- 2015: "Neverhome" by Laird Hunt
- 2016: "Grandma Gatewood’s Walk" by Ben Montgomery
- 2017: "Dark Matter" by Blake Crouch
- 2018: "Lucky Boy" by Shanthi Sekaran
- 2019: "Beautiful Boy" by David Sheff
- 2020: "Deep Creek: Finding Hope in the High Country" by Pam Houston
- 2021: "Afterlife" by Julia Alvarez