The Sky Beneath the Stone Poster

Looking for something to brighten up your classroom, library or child’s bedroom? Download our free, printable The Sky Beneath the Stone poster, featuring gorgeous artwork by Diana Renjina. Click the image below to download your pdf, then print on A4 or A3 paper!

The Sky Beneath the Stone

An immersive and beautifully written fantasy adventure, The Sky Beneath the Stone is a soaring journey of family, friendship, overcoming fear – and realising that we are never as lost as we think we are. Alex Mullarky‘s debut novel introduces a captivating new talent in children’s fiction.


 

Features for Teachers: Kindness Butterflies

The Boy with the Butterfly Mind

 

Jamie Lee wants to be normal. But his ADHD makes him feel like his brain is full of butterflies.

Elin Watts wants to be perfect. If she can be, surely her dad will come home.

When Jamie and Elin’s families join, chaos and order collide. But perhaps they have something in common. Maybe there’s no such thing as normal, or perfect. Maybe being yourself is more than enough.

Discover the latest inspiring story from Victoria Williamson, author of The Fox Girl and the White Gazelle.

Kindness Butterflies

Small acts of kindness can go a long way. That’s why we’ve created these gorgeous butterfly posters, with space for you to add words and pictures for someone who needs a bit of extra kindness today! A great tool to start a conversation about empathy, and a beautiful addition to your classroom wall!



Meet the Author

Victoria Williamson is a primary school teacher with a Master’s degree in special needs education. Her first novel, the USBBY-honoured The Fox Girl and the White Gazelle is included in the 2019 Read for Empathy collection and has been longlisted for the Branford Boase Award.

Interested in inviting Victoria to visit your school? Drop her an email to enquire!

Also by Victoria Williamson:

She is the Fox Girl.
I am the White Gazelle.
Together we can outrun anything.

Reema feels completely lost. She’ll never call this strange country, with its grey skies and boring food, home. Syria is her home and it’s a million miles away.

Caylin feels completely alone. She’s looking after her useless mum, stealing from other kids so she can eat. She can’t tell anyone, they’ll only let her down.

The refugee and the bully — Reema and Caylin can’t imagine being friends, until a shared secret brings them together.

‘A beautiful story singing with love and hope’ — Sarah Driver, author of the Huntress series