Water your mind

Mile High Water Talk

Quench your literary thirst with this summer reading list.

By Sabrina Hall

Ahh, summer. The days are longer, Colorado’s weather is beautiful and kids and adults alike are putting together their summer reading lists. So kick back in a lawn chair, watch your sprinklers water your lawn with the greatest efficiency (obviously only between 6 p.m. and 10 a.m., using the cycle-and-soak method), and quench your reading thirst with these great books (despite the long titles). Here are some of our favorites, with summaries from the publishers:

“A Ditch in Time: The City, the West, and Water,” by Patricia Limerick and Jason L. Hanson

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Tracing the origins and growth of Denver Water, “A Ditch in Time: The City, the West, and Water” places this case study in the big picture of regional and national history. Written in a lively style and enriched with photographs and images, this book…

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