Denise Price first visited Boston as a tourist from Denver, Colorado, and like millions of other tourists, she was amazed to find the history she'd learned about in school right in front of her eyes — from the Boston Tea Party to the midnight ride of Paul Revere.
And then she did something which no other tourist has done, as far as we know, she made a pop up book of the Freedom Trial, which is out now.
- "Many indie authors encounter a steep learning curve when writing and self-publishing their first book—and that’s just for novels or memoirs. Denise Price encountered even more obstacles when she set out to write, design, and self-publish her pop-uo book, The Freedom Trail Pop Up Book of Boston."
- "Boston's Freedom Trail is getting a facelift. That's all well and good, but only 2,ooo feet of the 2.5-mile link connecting 16 of Boston's most celebrated and historical monuments will be receiving the upgrade. A new crowdfunding campaign, though, aims to present the entire Freedom Trail in a brand new way for people of all ages to enjoy."
This segment aired on April 10, 2015.