Sky Hawk by Gill Lewis (group, set 7 books)

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When Callum and his friends find Iona on Callum's farm they try to chase her back into the village. But Iona runs from them up into the hills. It is late and dark and snow lies in the mountain gullies. Worried for Iona's safety, Callum follows to find her shivering with cold but refusing to leave. She is guarding a secret hidden in the forest above the dark waters of the loch. So they make a deal. Iona shares the secret and in return Callum allows her back onto the farm. They form a deep bond of friendship and make a promise to keep their secret safe from harm. It is a promise that will change Callum's world for ever ...

  • Free discussion notes available on this website.
  • Longer novel requires sustained reading between sessions. Best read as a class novel with key passages selected for guided reading
  • Themes: journeys, friendship, conservation, communities. 
  • 240 pages

 

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Gill Lewis interviewed by Graham Marks

Gill Lewis has quickly established herself as one of the top animal writers for this children, selling over 160,000 books since her debut Sky Hawk published in 2010. Gill's novels have won and been shortlisted for many awards, including the Red House Children's Book Award,The UKLA Book Award, and the Branford Boase Award. Gill's most recent book, Scarlet Ibis, was described by Lorna Bradbury in the Telegraph as 'perhaps the most uplifting novel I have read this year'.

In this interview Gill Lewis talks to Graham Marks about storytelling, animal behaviour, The Democratic Republic of Congo, Gorillas and ethical trading.

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