At the beginning of each chapter is an Ordnance Survey grid reference. Adventurous souls can find their way around this story using Ordnance Survey maps of the United Kingdom.
Guide to reading grid references (from The World Beneath the Fells exhibition)
Ordnance Survey maps OL5, OL6, OL7, OL8 and 89 cover the areas mentioned in the book.
Interactive map of Underfell on Discover Kelpies
Cumbria Wildlife Trust’s Species Explorer
For Young Writers
These are some of the resources I use in my school visits which you can use at home to plan stories of your own.
Magical map template – the south of England and Wales*
Magical map template – Scotland*
Magical map template – Greater London*
*Disclaimer: Not geographically accurate. Do not use for navigation unless you have entered the fairy realm. Even then I wouldn’t trust it…
Adventures Through the Portal – learning resource pack full of TSBTS-themed activities!
LGBTQIA+ Resources for Schools
Some links to resources I have found helpful
The Carrier Bag Theory of Fiction by Ursula K. Le Guin
The Eight Sequences (Script Lab)
How to Tell a Story to Save the World (Writers Rebel)
The Onion Method for Outlining
‘Why would I close the door to a queer person?’
Craft in the Real World by Matthew Salesses
Women Who Run with the Wolves by Clarissa Pinkola Estes
Never Say You Can’t Survive by Charlie Jane Anders
Into the Woods by John Yorke
Big Magic by Elizabeth Gilbert