Everyday Superhero Book Launch
The children’s book, Everyday Superhero, was created for and inspired by all the kids out there who need to feel super with who they are. Kids love to escape into their imagination and pretend they are a “real superhero” and often over look how super kind or super funny they are being in their own skin. Come and join Rosie and Meeko as they learn what it takes to be an “Everyday Superhero”.
Be part of the book launches happening around you!
Avid reader / Where the Wild Things Are 17th September 3pm
Book launch and workshops: Story reading by author and illustrator, Anna Yum, at Avid reader 17th September 3pm. Small craft activity to follow and workshops during the school holidays.
Story reading and craft activity are free, but bookings are essential. Workshops in the school holidays are available on the Where The Wild Things Are website here.
The Print Bar 27 August from 3pm until 9pm.
Think of this one like a mini festival. There will be book reading and signing, live t-shirt printing, art show with silent auction, live band, food, drink and ice cream vans, face painting, craft activites and much more! See below for a list of the prices, so you can come ready to buy!
10% of all profits from the night go to Conservation Vollenteers who help to save Rosie and her friends, the Southern hairy nose wombat, from extinction. They truly are Everyday Superheros!
3:00pm Doors open with craft activities and interactive puppet show, Live screen printing all arvo and evening and Everyday Superhero tree sharing. Harry's diner is opening early for coffees and any American Style burgers and fries.
3:45pm Book reading followed by book signing
4:00pm Face painting and Bao Down Now serving some taste exploding Bao's and cold drinks (licensed too)
4:30 Live musician, Mitchell Smith
5:30 Lucky door prize drawn and Ice cream Van
6:00 until late Enjoy the chillin' atmos with some tasty food, craft activities, live screen printing, great music and all the cool Everyday Superheroes!
Click below for my interview on 612 ABC radio. I was so nervous!