Date: Saturday, March 3, 2018
Ages: All ages
Cost: By donation
Location: The Nature Museum
This event will include a reading of Katy Farber's book Salamander Sky, interactive slides, and a discussion about the creative writing process, citizen science and activism. All centered around salamanders!! This is an all ages event, but may be of particular interest to children in grades K-5 as the book follows the adventure of one girl who wants to help spotted salamanders.
What do you know about salamanders? Are you at the ready to help them on their "Big Night"? View our recent blog post about salamander activity at the start of spring plus watch a book trailer for Farber's book.
This reading and Q & A kicks off at 1:00PM. Earlier in the day, at 10AM, we'll be running our family-friendly March Kindred Spirits program. You are welcome to join us for both! The museum will be open until 4; make a day of it! We appreciate your RSVP so that we can prepare our seating.
Meet Author Katy Farber
Katy Farber is a professional development coordinator, author, and blogger from Vermont. She writes about education, parenting, the environment and sustainability for various websites and publications. She is also the author of a middle grade novel, The Order of the Trees, which won The Nature Generation Honor Book Award in 2015.