As writers we are deeply passionate about our stories and sharing them with our young audience. Because we carry this passion in ourselves, we are able to pass it on. Miriam Körner has a never-ending curiosity about what life was like when our elders were young, when dog teams were the only means of winter transportation, when families lived on traplines, when rivers and lakes were waterways. Her presentations question the life we take for granted, but most importantly, her curiosity about life in the past has real impact in the classroom because it comes not through the lens of history books, but through lived experiences.
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A full list of our presenters can be found here.