Emma Reynolds – Amara and the Bats event
September 11 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm£2.00
We are very excited to welcome Emma Reynolds, author and illustrator of the wonderful ‘Amara and the Bats’ to the shop on Saturday 11th September at 2pm.
Join us for interactive bat fact fun, as Emma makes a life sized Golden Crowned Flying Fox, and then learn all about the 17 types of bat we get in the UK and when you can see them in the wild. There will also be a book reading with Emma, a bat draw along, and lots more bat themed fun.
Tickets for this event are £2 (adults don’t need to purchase a ticket) the cost of the ticket can be redeemed against the price of the book on the day of the event. Tickets are available in store or by clicking here – Emma Reynolds
There are no physical tickets for this event. Please add the names of attendees to the notes section at checkout.
About Amara and the Bats –
Environmental activism gets a nocturnal twist in this utterly charming picture book about a young girl and her mission to save the bats! Amara loves bats! Her favourite thing to do is to collect bat facts and watch the amazing mammals fly at night by her house. But when Amara moves to a new town, she learns that her beloved bats no longer roost nearby because they are losing their habitat. Amara is upset.
What can she do to help? She’s just one person, and the problem feels so much bigger than her. But after doing some research, she discovers that there are many young people making big changes all around the world. Inspired to take action, Amara gathers her new friends to help save the bats.
Together, she knows they can make a difference!Emma Reynolds crafts an inspiring story about community action, perseverance, and what to do in the face of climate anxiety. At its heart, this is a story about hope and finding a place to call home.