The Girl of Ink and Stars - Audio Drama
A play by Satinder Chohan
Based on the book by Kiran Millwood Hargrave
A tale of maps, myth and monsters
Forbidden to leave her island, Isabella dreams of the faraway lands her father once mapped. When a girl from the village disappears into the island's Forgotten Territories, Isabella and her lifelong friend Pablo go in search of her.
Following her map and an ancient myth, Isabella discovers that deep beneath the dry rivers and smoky mountains, a fiery legend is stirring from its sleep...
A gripping audio drama performed over three podcasts, The Girl of Ink and Stars is a story of myth, magic and the power of friendship.
For children aged 7+ and their families
2 - 20 November 2020
All schools will be able to access a suite of FREE learning resources providing opportunities for children to deepen their engagement with the themes, content and production of The Girl of Ink and Stars. This will include suggested lesson plans, printable activity sheets and filmed profiles introducing the Creative Team behind the production.
Calling all creative adventurers!
Join in at home by downloading these creative activity sheets.
Colour or make your own ancient map and help Isabella and Pablo search for Cata in the island's Forgotten Territories. Can you escape the Tibicenas and hide from the sea monsters lurking in the deep?!...Have fun on your adventures, there's plenty to choose from!
Colour in the ancient map and help Isabella on her journey... but beware of the sea monsters lurking in the deep!
Escape the Tibicenas... and find your way out of the maze!
The Girl of Ink and stars Audio Drama - Word Search (PDF, 1.1 Mb)
Find all 17 words and rearrange the 12 unused letters to make another word for a mapmaker...
Make different size feathers, add collage and decoration, use different papers. Why not create your own display?
Create your own star to follow. Can you make it sparkle?
Transform your town into a place of mystery and myth. Turn the map into an island, add forests, rivers, mountains and the sea. Imagine the monsters and mythical beasts that might live there!
Many thanks to Inspire: Culture, Learning and Libraries for the activities.