You're invited to a very special online nature book party
Join us for this FREE online event.
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Wednesday 10th May @ 7pm OR Saturday 13th May @ 10am
(MELBOURNE AUSTRALIA TIMEZONE)
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About This Event
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.
- A really good look inside the book
- See how the illustrations were created
- Q&A with the Author
- Insights into the Teacher Guides and other resources that support the book
- Help with pre ordering the book through Kickstarter if you need help
- and more!
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!
Watch the Kickstarter Video
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We acknowledge the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the traditional custodians of Country throughout Australia and pay our respects to their Elders, past, present, and emerging.