This year’s theme at was “Taking Flight,” a celebration of human imagination, connection, and freedom of expression.
Keith Vander Wees is an author, musician and podcaster who uses his life story to spread awareness about schizophrenia.
The Toronto Public Library has several programs to help isolated newcomers settle in the city, but staff say those who need the support may not know about it.
New local bookstore, The Scribe, on Danforth Avenue captures attention from a younger demographic than expected.
The holiday season is known for giving good bargains and the Toronto Public Library is giving its own Christmas book sale for Toronto to get good deals.
The classic book series Where’s Waldo? now has competition — Toronto-style — as a fun-filled raccoon book hits the shelves.
Of all the scenarios that humans fear, the thought of losing one’s child is among the most terrifying.
This is something some horror novelists understand. At the International Festival of Authors recently, four acclaimed authors talked about their greatest fears — and how they use them to terrify readers.
Underneath a bridge at Lower Simcoe Street near Front Street in Toronto, two homeless men have created a free library to share their growing book collection and help foster a love for reading.
There’s always a big reward for being passionate about something. Cailin Copper adores reading, so after moving into Toronto she pursued an activity that would keep her close to books.
Alena Graedon (The Word Exchange), Harry Karlinsky (The Stonehenge Letters) and Peter Norman (Emberton) came to Toronto to participate in reading and discussion about their latest novels, Observer TV Maria Shipulina reports.