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New StoryWalks!

Red Knit Cap Girl book cover.

Red Knit Cap Girl and the Reading Tree,
CLOCA, Enniskillen C.A.

Enjoy Red Knit Cap Girl and the Reading Tree by Naoko Stoop at the Enniskillen Conservation Area! Families can read the story of the Red Knit Cap Girl and her animal friends as they work together to create a library inside a mighty oak tree, where they can read and exchange books.

Find the StoryWalk at the Enniskillen Conservation Area (7274 Holt Rd, Hampton) on the Moorey Mill trail, a 1.2 km hike that passes over bridges and follows the creek! The StoryWalk will be available until approximately mid-December (weather dependent).

You can also read the book in print!

This StoryWalk is offered in partnership with the Central Lake Ontario Conservation Authority (CLOCA).

©2014, Little, Brown and Company.
 

From Tree to Sea book cover.

From Tree to Sea,
GRCA, Ganaraska Forest

Enjoy From Tree to Sea written by Shelley Moore Thomas and illustrated by Christopher Silas Neal at the Ganaraska Forest! From Tree to Sea celebrates the relationship between nature and the human world, exploring how everything has its place in the world and all living things are connected.

The trail starts directly behind the Ganaraska Forest Centre (download a map here). The StoryWalk will be available until approximately mid-December (weather dependent).

You can also read the book in print!

This StoryWalk is offered in partnership with the Ganaraska Region Conservation Authority.

©2019 Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers.

More About StoryWalks

StoryWalks are fun, educational activities that place pages from children’s storybooks along local trails.

StoryWalk was created as a way for people of all ages to combine physical activity in a local, natural area with a story combining a love of two things: storytelling and walking.

The StoryWalk® Project was created by Anne Ferguson of Montpelier, VT and developed in collaboration with the Kellogg Hubbard Library.

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