Go Show the World: A Celebration of Indigenous Heroes
by Wab Kinew
Visit Lambton County Library’s program calendar to find upcoming events.
Did you know you can read a story and take a walk at the same time?
StoryWalks are a unique way to merge physical activity with literacy for both adults and children. Individual pages of a picture book are installed on posts along trails throughout the County, encouraging patrons young and old to read along as they walk.
Lambton County is home to six StoryWalks, created in partnership with the Healthy Kids Community Challenge Lambton Partners.
Starting in November, all six StoryWalks will feature the children’s book Go Show the World: A Celebration of Indigenous Heroes by Wab Kinew. Kinew is the feature author for One Book Lambton 2020. His unique perspective in storytelling engages readers of all ages, and Go Show the World is an inspirational story of how Indigenous people have enhanced Canadian culture.
Lambton’s residents can find the StoryWalks in:
- Sarnia, Canatara Park
- Sarnia, Tecumseh Park
- Port Franks, Ausable River Cut Conservation Area
- Port Franks, Port Franks Community Centre
- Watford, Twin Creek Nature Trail
- Mooretown, Mooretown Sports Complex