"Where does it all come from? Where does it all go? Toronto's water, energy & waste systems," a debut book by Mariko Uda, follows a Torontonian and their pet cat as they slowly discover their environmental connections. Through diagrams and maps readers learn where their water, sewage, storm water, electricity, natural gas and garbage come from or go to.
Toddlers and parents can read it together and grade-school kids can read it on their own. As well it is a quick and informative read for older students and adults interested in urban and environmental issues, with useful links to further information. It can be a great coffee table book too!