Thursday, January 7, 2016

Author Charis Cotter on Kids, Writing, and Local History. #LivingHeritage #Podcast #FolkloreThursday



Charis Cotter is an award-winning children’s writer, actor, and storyteller who has worked extensively in schools telling Newfoundland ghost stories and encouraging students to collect local ghost stories from their communities. In 2013 she published The Ghosts of Baccalieu, a book of traditional ghost stories by students from Tricon Elementary in Bay de Verde. Her latest storytelling presentation, The Ghosts of Grates Cove, is an hour of ghost stories from one of the most haunted places in Newfoundland, Conception Bay North.

We discuss Charis’ work as an author, how she teaches children facts through games and fun, school programs, and ghost stories.

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