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Storytime Saturdays at Page One Books!

Five Senses Storytime

2:30pm on Sunday February 8th

Page 1 Books welcomes
Author Catherine Dowling on
Sunday, February 8th at 2:30pm

to share her book: Radical Awareness: 5 Practices for a Fully Engaged Life

Experience a profound engagement with life through the transformational power of spiritual awakenings. Presenting a simple and safe system that can be applied to daily living, Radical Awareness shows you how to achieve the mystical state of oneness. Join author Catherine Dowling as she offers meditation techniques, hands-on exercises, and breathwork methods for enlightenment and expanded awareness.

Exploring five practices for turning everyday experiences into opportunities for spiritual growth, you will learn to move past fear and self-sabotage, break the bonds of anger, understand the expectations of others, honor your own values, and more. Grounded in the knowledge of ancient and contemporary world wisdom traditions, Radical Awareness is a down-to-earth, workable guide for living with passion, abundance, and serenity.

Praise: "There is much learned and practiced wisdom here!"--Fr. Richard Rohr, author of Falling Upward and founder of the Center for Action and Contemplation

"When you've read this book you will understand what mysticism and spirituality are . . . Everyone will grow with [Radical Awareness], even the most experienced. It is a truly excellent book."--Joy Manne, PhD, author of Conscious Breathing in Everyday Life

This event is free and open to the public.

2:30pm on Sunday, February 22nd

Local Author Toby Smith shares
Bush League Boys: The Postwar Legends in the American Southwest
on Sunday, February 22th at 2:30pm.

This loving tribute to the defunct minor league teams of New Mexico and west Texas resurrects a forgotten period of baseball history. Through oral histories of players, umpires, fans, sportswriters, and team officials, Toby Smith brings to life the West Texas-New Mexico League, the Longhorn League, the Southwestern League, and the Sophomore League from 1946 to 1961, when the last of them folded. Star players Joe Bauman and Bob Crues get special attention, along with assorted brawls, a fatal beaning incident, home runs, and marriages conducted at home plate. Anyone who loves baseball will enjoy this delightful book.

Toby Smith is the author or coauthor of nine books, including Little Gray Men: Roswell and the Rise of a Popular Culture (UNM Press). He lives in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

This event is free and open to the public.

6:30pm on Thursday, February 26th

New Mexico Authors
Tom Corbett and Lee Marmon
on Thursday, February 26th at 6:30pm share
Laguna Pueblo: A Photographic History

The distinguished American Indian photographer Lee Marmon has documented over sixty years of Laguna history: its people, customs, and cultural changes. Here more than one hundred of Marmon’s photos showcase his talents while highlighting the cohesive, adaptive, and independent character of the Laguna people.

Along with Marmon’s own oral history of the tribe and his family photos dating back to 1872, Tom Corbett presents archival images and historical research, making this the most complete published history of any southwestern pueblo. Marmon and Corbett also interviewed noted tribal elders and oral historians regarding customs, religious practices, and events of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.

The resulting narrative provides a fascinating story of survival through severe natural and man-made adversities, including droughts, plagues, marauding tribes, and cultural invasion. Through it all, Laguna has preserved its culture and retained sovereign powers over the pueblo and its territory. .


Lee Marmon lives in his hometown, Laguna Pueblo, New Mexico. His interest in photography grew while he was serving in the U.S. Army during World War II. After the war, while working at his father’s trading post, he photographed the main work in this collection, portraits of Laguna elders, which is now with the University of New Mexico.

Tom Corbett is a physician who lived and practiced at Laguna Pueblo in the 1960s. He conceived the idea for this historical book while living among and caring for the Lagunas. It has been a work in progress since that time. He and Lee Marmon have been friends for fifty years.


This event is free & open to the public.

2:30pm on Sunday, March 15th

Local Acclaimed Author Caroline Starr Rose
shares her new title Blue Birdson
Sunday, March 15th at 2:30pm.


It’s 1587 and twelve-year-old Alis has made the long journey with her parents from England to help settle the New World, the land christened Virginia in honor of the Queen. And Alis couldn’t be happier. While the streets of London were crowded and dirty, this new land, with its trees and birds and sky, calls to Alis. Here she feels free. But the land, the island Roanoke, is also inhabited by the Roanoke tribe and tensions between them and the English are running high, soon turning deadly.

Amid the strife, Alis meets and befriends Kimi, a Roanoke girl about her age. Though the two don’t even speak the same language, these girls form a special bond as close as sisters, willing to risk everything for the other. Finally, Alis must make an impossible choice when her family resolves to leave the island and bloodshed behind.

A beautiful, tender story of friendship and the meaning of family, Caroline Starr Rose delivers another historical gem.

This event is free & open to the public.

We Buy Used Books!!

The Used Book Buying Counter is open from 10:00am - 5:00pm. Please bring in books before 4:30pm to see what we can use or call 505.294.2026 for an appointment. Thank You!

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