Celebrate #WorldWildlifeDay and #WorldBookDay with These Don Valley Inspired Books

By Nicole Czorny

Today is #WorldWildlifeDay and #WorldBookDay, and what better way to celebrate both than with a good book? Especially one that uses Toronto’s Don Valley as a back drop! 

Here’s our top picks for some inspired reading.

Fauna, by Alissa York
Accidental City, by Robert Fulford
Cat’s Eye, by Margaret Atwood
In the Skin of a Lion, by Michael Ondaatje
Fugitive PiecesAnne Michaels

For more of a historical perspective, check out:
Reclaiming the Donby Jennifer Bonnell
Remembering The Don, by Charles Sauriol
The Diary of Lady Simcoe

Looking for a guide book to the many hiking trails in Toronto? We recommend:
Toronto’s Ravines and Urban Forests, by Jason Ramsay-Brown
Toronto’s Ravines: Walking The Hidden Country, by Murray Seymour

Happy reading!


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