Denver's cool, charming, historical and adventurous, not your typical Barney. Denver and his loyal friends Jeremy, Wally, Shades, Mario, Heather, and Casey outwit unscrupulous concert promoter Morton Fizzback and other clueless Californians eager to exploit Denver's magical qualities.
Runtime: 30 minutes
Denver the Last Dinosaur - Just Kids - Netflix
Just Kids is a memoir by Patti Smith, published on January 19, 2010, documenting her relationship with artist Robert Mapplethorpe. “I didn't write it to be cathartic,” she noted. “I wrote it because Robert asked me to… Our relationship was such that I knew what he would want and the quality of what he deserved. So that was my agenda for writing that book. I wrote it to fulfil my vow to him, which was on his deathbed. In finishing, I did feel that I'd fulfilled my promise.”
Denver the Last Dinosaur - Critical reception - Netflix
Just Kids won the 2010 National Book Award for Nonfiction. It was a Publishers Weekly’s Top 10 Best Books (2010), ALA Notable Book (2011), Los Angeles Times Book Prize finalist (Current Interest, 2010), New York Times bestseller (Nonfiction, 2010), and National Book Critics Circle Award finalist (Autobiography/Memoir, 2010). Just Kids was featured on the January 19, 2010, episode of Fresh Air, with Smith being interviewed by Terry Gross. Just Kids was also featured on KQED's Forum with Michael Krasny on January 28, 2010 and KCRW's Bookworm with host Michael Silverblatt in March 2010. It was the Book of the Week on BBC Radio 4 from 1–5 March 2010, with Smith reading five 15-minute excerpts from her book.
Denver the Last Dinosaur - References - Netflix