If someone asked you what nature sounds like, what might you say?
Well, now you will be able to hear as Mother Earth has found her voice and plans to transform into a live music concert.
If we’ve lost you a little, let’s rewind to last year with the release of a special publication from nature writer Robert Macfarlane and illustrator Jackie Morris.
The Lost Spells, a pocket-sized treasure, introduced children to a glorious set of poems and artwork that celebrates the joy and wonder of nature.
Each spell within the book conjures an animal, bird, tree or flower to teach little ones not only the names of different species but inspire them to love and care for the world they live in.
To keep young minds engaged, the pages are filled with enchanting characters that spring to life alongside tongue twisters, blessings, lullabies, and a downloadable explorer’s guide too.
Now, thanks to the success of its beautiful spirituality and illustrations, The Lost Spells is metamorphosing into a live-streamed show.
Hosted and broadcast by the Natural History Museum, the book’s poems will be put to music for the highly-anticipated performance on April 27.
While the show will be free of charge, donations are encouraged to help raise cash for the London museum’s Urban Nature Project, which is giving a huge five-acre site in South Kensington a makeover to turn it into a biologically diverse green space.
We can’t wait to tune into this one and hear the sound of the earth.
For more info, click here: The Lost Spells.