Voyage North | May 18, 2012 | 8:29

Forest of Reading

A chef who solves mysteries and the Last Loon. We meet Kevin Sylvester and Rebecca Upjohn, two of the children's literature authors who were in Thunder Bay for the Forest of Reading event. Over a 1000 kids in the city turned out to cheer on their favourite writers.

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