The Magickal Family: Pagan Living in Harmony with Nature by Monica Crosson
The Magickal Family is a real-life guide for those who want to practice magick and simplicity but need a little nudge to break out of the work-a-day world. Filled with tips, ideas, and projects to bring you and your family closer to nature and to celebrate the Goddess, this book shows how to be true to your magickal self while raising little witchlings and creating a life you’re proud of.
Discover a load of validation, encouragement, and techniques for thriving in the modern world with gardening, kitchen witchery, tinctures and herbal remedies, crafts, recipes, reusing and recycling, and working with the wheel of the year.
Circle Round: Raising Children in the Goddess Tradition by Starhawk
In our rushed, stressed society, it’s sometimes difficult to spend meaningful time as a family. Now Starhawk, Diane Baker, and Anne Hill offer new ways to foster a sense of togetherness through celebrations that honor the sacredness of life and our Mother Earth. Goddess tradition embraces the wheel of life, the never-ending cycle of birth, growth, love, fulfillment, and death. Each turn of the wheel is presented here, in eight holidays spanning the changing seasons, in rites of passage for life transitions, and in the elements of fire, air, water, earth, and spirit. Circle Round is rich with songs, rituals, craft and cooking projects, and read-aloud stories, as well as suggestions for how you can create your own unique family traditions. Here are just some of the ways to make each event in the cycle of life more special
Celebrating the Great Mother: A Handbook of Earth-Honoring Activities for Parents and Children by Cait Johnson
Adults have a wide array of books to help explore earth-based spirituality. But what if they want to include their children?
Here is a handbook to help parents, caregivers, teachers, and counselors create meaningful spiritual experiences that will inspire children of all ages. The ideas, suggestions, and activities collected here show how to bring children into rituals that celebrate seasonal cycles and help reclaim the spiritual roots of today’s modern holidays. With surprisingly little effort, earth-centered activities and rituals can be incorporated into simple daily routines.
Part 1, “Handbook for Earth-Connected Parenting,” gives techniques for developing a child’s inner wisdom and sense of the sacred: dream journals, visualization, Tarot play, talismans, and interactions with the natural world
Children of the Green: Raising our Kids in Pagan Traditions by Dr Hannah E. Johnston
Children of the Green is an in-depth consideration of child raising from within pagan spirituality. Written by a long-time pagan witch, educator and parent, it considers the deeper questions of raising children within pagan spirituality, and the building of community for pagan families. Taking a unique approach, Children of the Green focuses not solely on sharing the festivals and celebratory cycles of paganism, but also discusses the moral, ethical and practical issues of raising kids as pagans; from working with schools, handling family changes and crises, child development from a pagan perspective and facing the challenges of a changing world.
Coloring Book of Shadows: Yule Papercraft for a Magical Solstice by Amy Cesari
Color and create decorations, greeting cards, ornaments, and more in this fun book of witchy art.
Inspired by magical traditions and the seasonal energy of the winter solstice, this unique papercraft and coloring book includes over 40 pages to celebrate, craft, and create a festive Yule.
Coloring book of shadows by Amy Cesari
The Coloring Book of Shadows is a delightful canvas to follow that path. Let your journey unfold as you color crystals, herbs, and natural elements. Or write and reflect on your own insights with beautifully framed note pages.
Liliane Grenier’s Wheel of the Year Coloring Book
Pagan children (and grownups, too!) can now color their way through the Wheel of the Seasons and their corresponding holidays. Liliane’s delightful and insightful artwork will not only provide hours of fun. They’re also a wonderful opportunity to begin a discussion with children on the importance and meaning of each pagan holiday.
The Simple Sabbat A Family Friendly Approach to the Eight Pagan Holidays By M Flora Peterson
The Simple Sabbat is a collection of simple eclectic Sabbat rituals, recipes and crafting ideas that anyone can use to celebrate the eight Pagan holidays. Families, solitary Witches and covens can use this book to find great ways to connect to the seasons and honor the turning of the Wheel. This book is also a great tool for parents to use to teach their children about these special days.
Everyday Magick for children of earth-based spiritual families by Rayne Storm
Enjoy this exciting activity book grounded on fundamental principles for families to enrich their childrens understanding of earth-based spiritual living. Within its pages, you will find a delightful hodgepodge of poems, with fun corresponding activities, interactive questions, and thoughtful challenges that are relevant to being open-minded and aware of all the earths treasures for life.
It takes deep issues and makes them simple to understand and practice. Everyday MAGICK is meant to be a family activity book to be read together. The colorful materials are there to help encourage your earth-based child to ask questions, carry out activities, and create magick on their own. Magick is the spiritual side to all that is around us and we all have the ability to make every day Magickal!
Raising Witches: Teaching The Wiccan Faith To Children by Ashleen O’Gaea
This is the first book that gives parents the means to teach their children Wicca in a more formal fashion. Featuring a Wiccan curriculum for each of the five age groups from infancy to young adulthood, O’Gaea shows parents how to effectively weave Wicca into a child’s natural progression of learning.
The Children’s Forest (Crafts and Family Activities) by Dawn Casey, Anna Richardson & Helen d’Ascoli
A rich and abundant treasury in celebration of the forest, this book is about encouraging children’s natural fascination with the forest and its inhabitants. The authors have produced an enchanting book where imagination, story and play bring alive the world of the forest. Full of games, facts, celebrations, craft activities, recipes, foraging, stories and Forest School skills, The Children’s Forest is much more than a manual: it is an invitation. Appealing to teachers, parents, and children, this book focuses on British and Irish trees, plants, animals, stories, poems, songs, crafts, and activities.
A Pagan Book of Holidays: Children’s Poems for Prayer and Practice by J.C. Artemisia
Introduce your kids to sabbat myth and lore with fun, engaging poems and blessings, perfect for Pagan and Wicca practicing families.
A Pagan Book of Holidays is a poetry collection designed to engage young Pagans with the stories and natural blessings of solstices, equinoxes, and cross-quarter Pagan holidays.
Each story offers reflections on nature, practice, and prayer.
Witch-Lits Volume One by Hesperides Garden
The complete volume 1 of Witch~Lits is all four magazines compiled to make this one fantastic book! This book (like the magazine) is designed to bring magick topics to life through articles and activities planned for the Pagan family.
This volume covers four topics over the four seasons: Spring ~ The Magick Color Summer ~ Numerology Autumn ~ Wheel of the Year Winter ~ The Magick of Story Also covered are the eight major Pagan sabbaths at the appropriate time according to seasons. Use this book to keep with the season or as a general reference book for the topics covered.
The Basics of Heathenry for Kids
by Jennifer Lohr
A tool for parents and care-givers to address the very basics of heathenry and paganism. Easy reading and appropriate for young minds on a level they can appreciate and enjoy learning about heathen culture in history, as well as today.