- 2015 INDIES Winner
- Bronze, Ecology & Environment (Adult Nonfiction)
To grasp the complexity of life on this planet, you could do worse than to study riverness—water nourishing, shaping, cleansing, and altogether interacting with land, air, and all manner of being. This biography of Ontario’s Grand River reaches mystical status through the wood block engravings of scenes along the three-hundred-kilometer Grand and prose at its nature-loving best.
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