Niagara-born author Adam Shoalts is embarking on a tour in support of his latest book, Where the Falcon Flies.
It's a story that takes readers on a 3,400-km journey from southern Canada to the Arctic. Inspired by the migration of a peregrine falcon, Shoalts faces challenges such as storms on the Great Lakes to navigating white-water rapids in northern rivers. The book spans five ecoregions and centuries of history. It explores the interconnectedness of wild places, from urban parks to the northern wilderness, emphasizing the vital importance of these connections, a news release said.
Shoalts in 2022 won the Louie Kamookak Medal for his work "making Canada better known to Canadians and the world.
Where the Falcon Flies is on the Globe and Mail Recommended Reads List, a top Amazon bestseller and is featured on Indigo/Chapters' Most Anticipated Books List.
Oct.3rd – Beamsville
Official Book Launch at Vieni Estates Winery hosted by Lincoln Pelham Public Library
Oct. 5th – Fonthill
Book Launch hosted by The Big Red Canoe Club
Oct. 10th – St. Catharines
Outdoors Oriented at 7:00 p.m. 420 Vansickle Rd. St. Catharines, ON, L2S 0C7
Oct. 26th – Niagara-on-the-Lake
Wine and Words with Adam Shoalts at Caroline Cellars
Nov. 12th – Port Colborne
Archive Speaker Series hosted by the City of Port Colborne
Nov. 15th – Fort Erie
Hosted by Niagara Parks at Old Fort Erie