Storytime: animal behaviour

8 October, 2:30 pm

1 hrPWYD

Storytelling | Environment & Nature, Literature & Poetry

Storytime: animal behaviour

Oxfordshire County Library, Queen Street, Westgate, Oxford OX1 1DJ

Join storyteller Sarah Law to hear stories about animal behaviour. From clever crows and mischievous meerkats to busy bees and house-hunting hermit crabs, find out if animals really behave in the way you think. Best suited to children aged 5 – 9 years. Children (individuals or groups) must be accompanied by an adult and tickets booked for all participants.

 

Sarah Law has been sharing stories at fairs and festivals, museums, libraries and schools for over ten years.

 

 

Supported by the Association for the Study of Animal Behaviour

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Location:

Oxfordshire County Library, Queen Street, Westgate, Oxford OX1 1DJ, UK OX1 1DJ