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What I Have to Tell now available

What I Have to Tell: A Memoir by Renate G. Justin, MD is now available at Boulder Books in Boulder and the Old Firehouse Books in Fort Collins. It is also available at the Tattered Cover Bookstore and the Book Bar in Denver.

You may also order it by clicking on the BUY NOW button below. The price is $40 including shipping within the continental US. For outside the US, please email us at


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Kirkus Reviews, May 2019: A woman recollects a childhood in Germany upended by the Nazis—and her determination to begin anew without forgetting the past. … She writes plainly, a style that ably conveys an unembellished strength, and her grief is accompanied by a moving expression of gratitude for survival. The brief book is adorned with gorgeous color and black-and-white photography—from various sources—presented on brilliantly glossy pages. This is a stirring testament to a remarkable life, full of both despair and heartwarming triumph.

A survivor’s simply and beautifully conveyed remembrance, powerful and edifying.


What a life Dr. Renate G. Justin led and how well she told in her memoir What I Have To Tell.  From her idyllic early childhood in pre-Nazi Germany, to the horrors she and her family had to suffer under Hitler’s murderous regime, to their escape and eventual safe haven in the United States, it’s a tale almost larger than life, except she did live it.  It’s a success story, but not the usual kind of riches to rags to riches.  Always mindful of the tribulations she and her family suffered under Hitler, Dr. Justin became a stalwart for civil rights, for fairness, for racial equality, a beacon against genocide wherever it raises its vile head in the world.  Hers was not just an American success story, but a saint’s tale.

Robert Cooperman, author of IN THE COLORADO GOLD FEVER MOUNTAINS, winner of the Colorado Book Award for Poetry

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We’re Having a Party

We have books! Signed and numbered special editions. And we’re excited!

You are cordially invited to join us on Wednesday, January 16, at the Linden Street Café, 255 Linden St, in Ft. Collins, 5-8 pm. We have coffee, tea, and the Linden Street’s special cookies.

Get your copy of What I Have to Tell: A Memoir now. (Not available on Amazon.) It is available from or the Linden Street Café. $40.00

A Long Journey, a children’s book by Renate G. Justin, MD, is still available. We have 48 copies left. On sale for $5.00.

Attention Denver! We will be announcing a launch in Denver in the Spring.

We have books!

Nothing but a Song wins Moonbeam Award

2018 Moonbeam Award Winners

Jenkins Group is proud to announce the winners of the 2018 Moonbeam Children’s Book Awards. Launched in 2007, the awards are intended to bring increased recognition to exemplary children’s books and their creators, and to celebrate children’s books and life-long reading. Congratulations to all the winners!

Congratulations to Keri De Deo! Purchase Nothing but a Song here.

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Pre-Teen Fiction – Mature Issues, BRONZE: Nothing But a Song, by Keri De Deo (Crystal Publishing)

Creating books that inspire our children to read, to learn, and to dream is an extremely important task, and these awards were conceived to reward those efforts. Each year’s entries are judged by expert panels of youth educators, librarians, booksellers, and book reviewers of all ages. Award recipients receive gold, silver and bronze medals and stickers depicting a mother and child reading and silhouetted by a full moon.

This year’s medalist award ceremony will be held on Saturday, November 10th, in Traverse City, Michigan.