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Jungle Bob Reads from His New Book: Lenny the Lizard—Bullied for Being Different

at South Fork Natural History Museum and Nature Center | Sun Dec 08

Location

South Fork Natural History Museum and Nature Center

377 Bridgehampton / Sag Harbor Turnpike
Bridgehampton, NY 11932
(Map)
Tel: 631-537-9735

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Date & Time

10:30 AM
Sun, Dec 08, 2019
Cost: See event description
Description

"Meet reptile expert Jungle Bob as he speaks about and signs copies of his new children’s “color me” picture book, Lenny: A Most Unusual Reptile. This story about Lenny the legless lizard is the first in a series of books from author Jungle Bob, who uses the world’s most “unloved, unusual and unknown” animals to tackle human issues while correctly portraying them in the wild. Jungle Bob will also introduce the audience to some of the live animals from the story!

About the book:
In this book, Lenny, a legless lizard is bullied by the local snakes who pick on him for his differences.

Legless lizards are common in many parts of the world, and Lenny is truly a lizard as he has ears and eyelids, two characteristics that all snakes lack. Lenny is harassed by his reptilian cousins for being different but discovers in the end that his differences are really his strengths.

Advanced reservations are required for all events. For more information, reservations, and directions to meeting places, please call: (631) 537-9735."

South Fork Natural History Museum and Nature Center