A deeply moving, hope-filled and uplifting contemporary story of a child’s quest to unite his family and those he befriends along the way when his family suddenly uproot themselves to a remote coastal village in the North.
Claire studied Classics at Oxford University. In 2005, she won the Owen Sheers Poetry Prize, and in 2006, the Laurie Magnus Poetry Prize. Claire works in charity communications, where she has the privilege of sharing uplifting stories through press releases, newsletters and articles every day!
‘A brilliant and sensitively written portrayal of the adult world through the eyes of a curious, loveable eleven-year-old boy.’ Polly Courtney, novelist and screenwriter
‘A Map of the Sky is so well written it made me feel young again! Highly recommended.’ CL Smith, author of the Kadogos trilogy