Saturday 16 June 2018
11.30am – 12.20pm
Christopher Lloyd takes his audience on an epic journey through the 500-million-year story of BUGS! using a giant eight-metre timeline and a coat of many pockets. Discover: What’s a bug? What was the world’s first ever bug? How did bugs pioneer life on land? Imagine a world of GIANT Bugs where dragonflies are the size of an eagle and millipedes are 2 metres long! Find out how many bug species there are. Discover amazing Bug lifestyles – from metamorphosis to living in a nest of a million termites…. How have bugs changed human history? Which are the best and which are the worst bugs ever to have lived – you decide!
CHRISTOPHER LLOYD is a bestselling non-fiction author and founder of What on Earth Publishing. His Explorer Dinosaur and Bugs books are part of a partnership with the Natural History Museum. His aim is to connect knowledge together in a way that allows children to learn through their natural curiosity.
This event will be followed by a book signing. All attendees, both adults and children, are required to have purchased a ticket under the general admission category. All children should be accompanied by an adult.