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Ruth Stewart-Verger
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Ruth Stewart-Verger was born to a storytelling family, thus learned her art in self defense. Her first love is for stories of people, their struggles and their triumphs! She has told in the mountains, on the prairies, throughout Ontario's woodlands, in schools, libraries, community halls and festivals.

To view examples of my telling, I have included a few examples of stories for children ... just a click away. Video Examples
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