Welcome to our StoryWalk®

The StoryWalk®Grand Opening is June 3rd at Millbank Pioneer Park from 10am-11am!

4079 Waterloo Street, Millbank

What is a StoryWalk®?Story Walk Grand Opening

A StoryWalk® is a fun and educational activity that places a children's story (literally a book taken apart) along a walking route in the community. This lets you read a story with your family while you walk! 

How does it work?

Walk and read. It is that simple. Follow the story signs along the path and read as you go. Each sign will have a different page of the story. 

Our StoryWalk® will move around and change stories so keep checking our website to watch for details. 

Our Current Stories & Location

Our StoryWalk® features local authors, Mike Masse resides in Stratford and Jen Courtney, a Listowel resident. You can find their author pages below to check out their other books. 

X Marks the Spot: A Tail of Faith will be launched at Millbank Pioneer Park  (4079 Waterloo Street, Millbank) June 3rd and will remain at the park for the summer. 

Details coming soon on another StoryWalk® location.

Our Authors

Jen Courtney

Mike Masse


For more information about these stories and accompanying activities please see the drop tabs at the bottom of this page. 


Thank you to our Sponsors 

Lions cluboak tree financialMornington CommunicationsCommunity foundationTrillium foundation

“The StoryWalk® Project was created by Anne Ferguson of Montpelier, VT and developed in collaboration with the Kellogg-Hubbard Library. Storywalk® is a registered service mark owned by Ms. Ferguson".

When Mouse finds herself on the high seas with an interesting crew of pirates, she begins to worry that she has made a terrible mistake. "This is not what I planned or how it should be, I should be on a cruise ship relaxing at sea." It doesn't take long however for the tables to turn and for everyone - including Mouse - to see that she was exactly where she was meant to be. This story is full of adventure, courage, lovable characters, and valuable lessons.

Children can develop the ability to respond to their emotions in a healthy way through the practice of mindfulness. Andy Gets Angry is a great introduction for children to learn a fun and simple breath technique to respond to their emotions. The beautifully hand-painted illustrations provide the perfect landscape to tell the story of Andy and his journey in learning the wonderful skill of mindfulness. Share the book with your loved ones, and help us all plant the seed to be present!

Jen Courtney X Marks the Spot: A Tail of Faith: Colouring Pages

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Who Got the Fish? - Answers

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