Saskatchewan Children's Writers' Round Robin

Myrna Guymer reads Canadian Shield Alphabet

Myrna Guymer at a school reading

Myrna Guymer at a school reading

Myrna Guymer loves to do school readings with her book The Canadian Shield Alphabet. Here she is at a reading in Melville in spring 2011.

Myrna says “The costume is my voyageur shirt and Metis sash. I also wear beaded moccasins. I take samples from nature: birch bark and items made from bark; roots, spruce gum, deer moss, and many different rock samples, core samples, and I often give each child a chunk of rock with sparkles – pyrite – that they think might be gold (they love it).

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This entry was posted on December 16, 2011 by in A Canadian Shield Alphabet, Myrna Guymer, Readings.

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