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Go Wild: Nature Writing for Kids

  • Blue Hill Public Library 5 Parker Point Road Blue Hill, ME, 04614 United States (map)

Local science writer and children's book author Kim Ridley will hold a workshop for kids ages 8+ where they will make their own booklets of nature observations at Blue Hill Public Library, 10:00-10:45am.

Kimberly Ridley is a science writer, essayist, and award-winning author of nonfiction books for children. Her picture books, the Secret Pool (Kirkus starred review and Lupine Award, Maine Library Association) and the Secret Bay, received Riverby Awards from the John Burroughs Association for "outstanding natural history books for young people." Kim's new middle grade book, Extreme Survivors: Animals That Time Forgot, will be published in November. A Maine native and avid naturalist, she lives in Brooklin with the painter Tom Curry and their elderly cat.

This event is free of charge and everyone 8+ is welcome.

Earlier Event: October 21
Friends of the Library Book Sale
Later Event: October 21
Literary Marketplace