Here at DLT, we always get a sprinkling of free books sent our way in hopes that we’ll write about them. Don’t be jealous, we’re more than happy to pass our copies of Stitch-opedia, Love that Dog Training Program or Rick Springfield’s autobiography to the first person who claims ‘em in our comments board. That said, one oversized and stunningly-photographed coffeetable tome really caught our eye.
Entitled The Colorado River: Flowing Through Conflict, it tells the startling story of how this mighty river has been practically bled dry by a combination of population growth, interstate squabbles and poor environmental stewardship.
In fact, nation’s seventh largest river, which once carved out the Grand Canyon, now dries up completely miles before reaching its former endpoint in Mexico’s Sea of Cotez. Over all , this one’s a keeper.
Unlike, say, our copy of Laugh, Cry, Eat Some Pie …