Anna Kerz is an accomplished storyteller whose tales will touch your heart and tickle your funny bone. Her extensive repertoire includes stories suitable for listeners of all ages, as well as a collection of personal stories geared towards more mature audiences (14 and up). She has shared her stories with listeners of all ages in schools, libraries and community gatherings, both large and small; at Pier 21 in Halifax, and at Festivals in Ottawa, St. Mary’s, East Gwillimbury (Weaving Words) and multiple times at the Toronto Storytelling Festival. Anna is a regular participant at 1001 Friday Nights of Storytelling, a member of Storytellers of Canada, Storytelling Toronto, and the York Storytelling Guild. She is also the author of three novels for middle-grade readers. The books were chosen for the Hackmatack, Silver Birch, Diamond Willow and Rocky Mountain Book Awards. Better Than Weird, a novel about a boy with autistic tendencies, won the Notable Books for a Global Society Award. Sage Tyrtle is a professional storyteller who tells stories all over North America. She teaches The Art of Storytelling, and her stories have been featured on CBC and NPR radio.