THE BEDTIME BOOK OF IMPOSSIBLE QUESTIONS
Fri 22nd Sept / 12.00-13.00 / FREE FOR SCHOOLS (Yrs 3-6)
Why are bubbles always round? Could I ever touch a rainbow? Why can't I remember being a baby? Have you ever not been able to concentrate because there are SO many questions buzzing round your brain? Want to find out more? Join Isabel Thomas for her interactive event, with on-stage experiments, bugs that are edible and lots of audience participation.
With engaging and accessible text and accompanied by exciting, inviting illustrations, The Bedtime Book of Impossible Questions is the perfect bedside companion to delve into when you are wondering if there really is an answer to everything.
Isabel Thomas is a science writer and the author of a galaxy of books for young audiences, including Moth: An Evolution Story, illustrated by Daniel Egnéus, which won the AAAS/Subaru Prize for Excellence in Science Books. She also writes for science magazines and creates STEM outreach resources for organizations such as the Wellcome Sanger Institute and the BBC. Isabel studied Human Sciences at the University of Oxford and Education Research at the University of Cambridge.