DO YOU LOVE NATURE INSPIRED BOOKS?
WATCH THIS AUTHOR TALK
Join Tania Moloney, Founder of Nurture in Nature Australia and Author of Nature Ninja Saves the Natural World as she shares with you the inspiration behind the book and gives you a look inside the children's book creation process.
About This Author Book Talk
Join Nurture in Nature's, Tania Moloney as she shares about her experiences and learnings in creating and self-publishing her debut children's picture book, Nature Ninja Saves the Natural World.
In this engaging, pre-recorded video presentation, you will:
- Hear the inspiration behind the book and why it's important for helping nurture the next generation of nature heroes
- See inside the book creation process - from idea to bookshelf and beyond!
- Get a sneak peek into how Illustrator, Jelena Sardi created the illustrations to bring Tania's words to life
- Receive access to resources that support you to go beyond the book in your home or classroom
- and more!
If you join us for the LIVE Q&A sessions, you'll also have the chance to chat with Tania and ask your questions about the book. You can also submit questions in advance via email. Details of how to do this will be in the confirmation email.
Who Should Join Us
Who You'll Meet
Since 2012 she has been working with educators and parents all over the world to help them nurture strong connections with nature and each other.
She presents at national and international conferences, leads engaging professional development programs for educators, and runs innovative nature play and outdoor learning programs in her mobile classroom, The Nature Bus.
Through her work, Tania teaches children that taking even the smallest actions to care for their nearby nature can make a positive difference for the planet, while helping them to grow and thrive too.
This is Tania’s debut children’s book, but she has secretly wanted to be Nature Ninja ever since she was 6 years old. Now she can be!
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