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Discover Ontario one book at a Time with the Open Book Explorer

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Open Book: Ontario and the Ontario Book Publishers Organization (OBPO) are pleased to announce the launch of the Open Book Explorer, an interactive online feature that makes connections for readers between history books and historical landmarks. Search the Explorer by book, region, city or landmark and discover mapped tours, author interviews, supplemental reading lists and feature articles.

Our mapped tours plot historical landmarks and provide recommended reading lists to help you discover Ontario's rich history. Take a silver and gold mining tour of Northern Ontario, a 19th-century walk through Niagara-on-the-Lake, a tour of Yorkville in the 1960s or one of the many other tours the Explorer offers. Get in depth with our By the Book series, which offers tours to accompany individual books.

Open Book Explorer is an excellent resource for tourists, historians, day trippers, students and teachers. Visit www.explorer.openbookontario.com and discover Ontario one book at a time.

About Open Book: Ontario
Open Book: Ontario celebrates Ontario's vibrant literary scene. Open Book is committed to showcasing the outstanding range and quality of contemporary Canadian writing in Ontario.
Through features and profiles, Open Book invites you to get to know the places and people connected to reading and writing in the province. For more information, please visit openbookontario.com

About the Ontario Book Publisher's Organization (OBPO)
The Ontario Book Publishers Organization (OBPO) is a trade association of 35 Ontario-based Canadian-owned book publishers. For more information, please visit http://obpo.ca/

For more information about the Open Book Explorer, please contact Harry Tournemille at [email protected]

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