Book notes, Nov. 27, 2016
Botanical gardens host launch for
young adult novel by Carpenter
The book launch for “Butterfly Bones” by Rebecca Carpenter will from 3–5 p.m. Friday at the Western Colorado Botanical Gardens, 641 Struthers Ave.
The first 10 people to attend the event will receive goody bags, and there will be tours of the garden’s butterfly pavilion.
Carpenter’s young adult/science fiction novel is the first in her Metamorphosis series and follows 15-year-old Bethany Keatley.
“Desperate to leave the small-minded town of Springs, Georgia, Bethany avoids the bullies at school by achieving high grades and through the protection of her gorgeous quarterback friend Jeremiah,” according to information from Lakewater Press.
A new girl in town, unrequited love and an accelerant added to her daily shot of butterfly hormone all combine to complicate things for Bethany.
Bookstore plans events for three authors
Barnes & Noble Booksellers, 2451 Patterson Road, will host three authors for upcoming weekend book signings.
■ Eric Eaton, author of “The Raging Sloth: An Upside-Down Blueprint to Bust Your Limits, Build Your Purpose, and Balance Your Life,” will be signing copies of his book beginning at 2 p.m. Saturday.
Eaton’s book “outlines a plan for life that will guide readers to create an abundant life regardless of their circumstances,” according to event information at barnesandnoble.com.
■ Rebecca Carpenter, author of “Butterfly Bones” will sign copies of her novel beginning at 2 p.m. Saturday. (See above for information about this young adult novel.)
■ James E. Grant, author of “Avoiding Investment Blunders,” will sign copies of his book at 2 p.m. Sunday. Grant, a certified public accountant, wrote “Avoiding Investment Blunders” to help investors avoid losing money.