The Word On The Street Toronto, the largest book and magazine festival in Canada which annually attracts more than 200,000 visitors. This year’s event takes place on Sunday, September 25, 2016 at Harbourfront Centre.
A few books that could interest Muskrat readers, as they are dealing with indigenous issues, are:
The Ballad of Danny Wolfe – Joe Friesen (Crime)
The Mask That Sang – Susan Currie (YA Fiction)
Take Me To Your Chief – Drew Hayden Taylor (Science Fiction)
Wrist – Nathan Adler (Horror)
I Am Not a Number, Jenny Kay Dupuis (Picture Book)
The Word On The Street Toronto is a non-profit organization that celebrates Canadian reading, writing, and champions literacy, primarily through a free, annual outdoor festival.
- To ensure that the people of Toronto know about the annual festival, and value it as having the best and broadest offerings within the Canadian publishing industry.
- To ensure that The Word On The Street helps Toronto become 100% literate through its effective support for literacy awareness and programs.
- To ensure that The Word On The Street Toronto is a valuable and vital event for the Canadian publishing industry and a top choice for Canadian authors, publishers and booksellers.