Kiki Kallira is more of a worrier than a warrior. But today she’ll have to be a hero …
A magical celebration of creativity and its powers, for fans of The Land of Roar and The Strangeworlds Travel Agency.
About the resources
This teacher resource pack is bursting with classroom ideas and cross-curricular activities for KS2, covering a range of themes including children’s mental health, anxiety, Hindu mythology and creativity.
Subject checklist: √ Literacy √ PSHE √ Art √ Geography √ RE
About Kiki Kallira Breaks a Kingdom
Kiki Kallira has always been a worrier. Did she lock the front door? Is there a terrible reason her mum is late? Recently her anxiety has been getting out of control, but one thing that has always
soothed her is drawing. Kiki’s sketchbook is full of fantastical doodles of the Hindu myths and legends her mother has told her since she was tiny. One day, her sketchbook’s calming effect is broken when her mythological characters begin springing to life and Kiki is pulled into the mystical world she drew.
There, she discovers the band of rebel kids who protect the kingdom, as well as an ancient, monstrous god bent on total destruction. Kiki must overcome her fear and anxiety to save both worlds – the real and the imagined – from his wrath.
But how can a girl armed with only a pencil defeat something so powerful?