Desert Foothills Library: Sonoran Desert Story & Stroll, An Interactive Nature Series

Join Desert Foothills Library and Desert Foothills Land Trust as we explore our amazing Sonoran Desert through this interactive nature series.

Each session will feature a children’s book inspired by the desert that will be read by the author themselves. After the reading participants will help bring the book to life with a creative activity followed by a guided nature walk* through the Land Trust’s beautiful Carolyn Bartol Preserve located right next to the library on top of Saguaro Hill.

*sun protection and closed-toe walking shoes are recommended for the guided tour

Saturday, Dec. 4, 11:00 am – Noon, best for ages 5 – 10 years

Follow Agent H20’s spirited romp through the water cycle in this charming story that brings the science of our natural world to life. Author and award-winning illustrator, Rita Goldner shares her story of Agent H20’s fun journey and antics while eluding his nemesis, Scummy Pollution. Following the book reading you will get to craft your own tale about the characters by creating a zine (tiny book) and then join your guide for a stroll in the real Sonoran Desert to see first-hand how the water cycle affects our lives and the natural world all around us.

  • Audience: Youth
  • Genre: Sustainability & Earth Sciences
  • Type: Presentation

The event is finished.

Date

Dec 04 2021
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Time

11:00 am - 12:00 pm

Cost

Free

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Location

Desert Foothills Library
38443 N. Schoolhouse Rd., Cave Creek, AZ, 85331

Organizer

Desert Foothills Library
Phone
480-488-2286
Website
https://dfla.org/
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