Elements of Witchcraft: Natural Magick for Teens by Ellen Dugan  (Author)

Study and work with the four elements of earth, air, fire, and water and learn many different forms of real magick, including crystal, herb, stone, color, and candle magick. It might not be as flashy as the movies make it seem, but real Witches work magick every day-the magick of the natural world, the magick of the Craft, and especially the magick of the heart and mind.


Teen Magick: Witchcraft for a new generation by Fiona Horne  (Author) 

This gutsy guide for the Teen Witch takes them on a journey of self-discovery – to dig deep and learn about all the magick that is inside of them, and then shine that magick into the world. At night, Teen Witches are out under the starry sky, turning on to Magick; they meet after school IRL … and Zoom in with other magick youth around the world, for full moon rituals. They cast spells and divine rituals, alone, to help them pass tests, attract boyfriends or girlfriends, get along with their parents, and find out what their life’s true calling is. What does it take to be a real witch in this brave new world? With all the tools, spells, sacred days and tips for what to do in love and life, this book is a must-have for the young person who wants to evolve into the most empowered version of themselves in a brave, new Magickal life!


Teen Witch: Wicca for a New Generation  by Silver Ravenwolf (Author)

Silver RavenWolf, one of the most well-known Wiccans today, gives teens their own handbook on what it takes and what it means to be a Witch. Humorous and compassionate, Teen Witch gives practical advice for dealing with everyday life in a magickal way. Discover more than seventy-five spells for finding love, money, and happiness. Explore various forms of ritual for Full Moon celebrations, sabbats, and spellcasting. Learn about colour magick, cord magick, candle magick, and more. From homework and crabby teachers to parents and dating, this book guides teens through the ups and downs of life as they move into adulthood.


Astrology for Teens: Understanding Your Relationship to the Universe by Discover Press  (Author)

Astrology for Teens by Discover Press includes all you need to know about astrology. In this book, you’ll find:

  • More About Your Signs: Get to know more about the fundamentals of astrology: your sun, moon, and rising signs and their importance for your development
  • Modalities in its Simplest Form: After you have covered the basics discussed in this book, advance on to a deeper understanding of how each Zodiac present themselves
  • Dealing with Your Relationships: Learn how astrology plays a part in your interpersonal relations and establish the best ways to interact with them

Your teenage years may feel troublesome but know this book could help you ease that out by giving you the information you need to live in clarity.

Because this book covers a thorough discussion on pieces that make you you, once you put the right ones together, you’ll be able to fully grasp how to interact with the world around you.

This book not only allows you to understand yourself more, but it will also allow you to understand those around you.


Tarot for Teens: The Ultimate Tarot & Ritual Guide for Young Mystics by Jane Rivers (Author)

The Tarot works on the basis of truth – if you ask, it shall be told without bias. That means the Tarot and the Universe, which is essentially what you’re speaking to, has no care about personal feelings, political correctness, societal rules, or religious beliefs – it only tells the Truth.

With this book in your hands, you will learn what the Tarot is and how it works by acquiring wisdom in simple terms while confidently practicing the art with a firm, well-rounded grasp of the Tarot’s history, meanings, and principles.

Don’t worry; the mystery will be unraveled without ruining the magic.


Tarot for Teens by M.J. Abadie  (Author) 

The ancient art of reading tarot cards is a universally popular method of interpreting what’s happening in one’s life and finding answers to critical personal issues. Tarot for Teens uses examples common to the teen experience to teach how to interpret the cards and apply the oracle to life’s timeless themes and challenges: the quest for love, issues of work and career, and the search for spiritual insight and personal growth.

The author offers comprehensive explanations of each card that can be applied to any tarot deck and provides a wide range of sample spreads and exercises. She also explores the tremendous variety of tarot decks available today. Tarot for Teens is filled with possibilities and connections–astrological correspondences, numerological references, mythological explanations, interpretations for cards in both upright and reversed positions, and practical advice for doing readings–to maximize the fun, potency, and teachings of the tarot.


Teen Astrology: The Ultimate Guide to Making Your Life Your Own by M.J. Abadie  (Author) 

Teen Astrology shows how the Sun represents outer personality, while the Moon reflects the inner self, and how to balance the two. Venus rules matters of the heart, while Mars rules energy and passion. Understanding the dynamics of these two planets can help teens safely navigate the turbulent waters of love. Understanding their Mercury placement will help teens discover their most natural ways of learning, thinking, and communicating. By comparing their chart to those of their parents teens can figure out how to bridge the generation gap and open up new lines of communication. Absolutely no previous knowledge of astrology is needed to use this book–it provides full explanations of all astrological influences and all the necessary tables for locating planetary placements of friends and family.


Paganism for Teenagers: Thinking Like a Pagan by Jess Wynne
Jess Wynne has been working with teenagers for 12 years, and was the Youth Officer for the Pagan Federation. She ran Minor Arcana, a membership organisation for 12-18 year olds and therefore has considerable experience in answering questions from teenagers about Paganism in a professional and responsible way.
This book is very much about the joy of Paganism, its place as a very personal belief involving taking responsibility for one’s own beliefs and actions. It gives a sound introduction to Paganism, dis-spelling many media-induced myths and covering basic beliefs held in common by the various paths. Spell casting is discussed, stressing the idea of cause and effect, explaining how spells work and what to do, what to use spells for and when and the importance of thinking it through beforehand (i.e. is a spell actually needed?).


By Ash, Oak and Thorn by Melissa Harrison (Author)

Three tiny, ancient beings – Moss, Burnet and Cumulus, once revered as Guardians of the Wild World – wake from winter hibernation in their beloved ash tree home.

When it is destroyed, they set off on an adventure to find more of their kind, a journey which takes them first into the deep countryside and then the heart of a city.

Helped along the way by birds and animals, the trio search for a way to survive and thrive in a precious yet disappearing world …


By Rowan and Yew by Melissa Harrison  (Author)

Sequel to by ash, oak and thorn. As autumn arrives, Moss, Sorrel, Burnet and Dormer decide to return home to Ash Row to unravel a riddle that might explain why their kind are fading from the Wild World.

When you’re only one-hand high, it’s a journey filled with both danger and delight: golden leaves, shiny conkers and the brightest of berries, but also storms and the first frost of winter.

They have friendship, good sense and humour on their side, but will it be enough to secure a future for the Hidden Folk? Or will they need to go further, and find a way to work with the most unreliable of creatures … humans?


Witch Activity Book: Basic Witchery for Witches, Pagans, and Beginners to Witchcraft by Sheri LaFay  (Author

Are you struggling with learning about witchcraft or Paganism? Maybe you read a book but didn’t do anything after that, even if you wanted to. This activity/workbook is the solution!

By using this book, you will research foundations to your craft that you’ll use for as long as you practice. You will retain this information by writing your own notes, doing crossword puzzles, word searches, and more on the topics covered. The journaling prompts will also help to focus on certain aspects that will be valuable for your learning process. There is plenty of space to write in notes and color in pages as you go (colored pencils preferred).


Young Witch 101: A Beginner’s Guide for Aspiring Witches by Rebecca Jade (Author)

This little book of Magic is the perfect starter guide for any aspiring Young Witch, regardless of age. Within these pages you will find valuable information regarding choosing your path, herbs, crystals, wands and much more!


My First Book of Shadows by Brandi “Mountain Gypsy” Metcalf  (Author)

 Why not help our little ones grow and learn when there are curious and finding their own path. In this little beginners book we cover the basics in which a little witch needs to start their practice. We cover everything from color correspondence to the magic of the moon phases. There will also be a section where our little witches can create their own spells.


Healing with crystal for kids! By Stephanie Tingle
“Healing with Crystals for Kids!” is a great introduction to crystals that parents can share with their young children or that can be read by older kids on their own. This book contains sections on the history and science of crystals, as well as kid-friendly information about meditation and the seven main chakras.
“Healing with Crystals for Kids!” includes pictures and information about 25 awesome crystals that kids will love to learn about. The paperback version also includes a page for each crystal on which you can record your thoughts, like a crystal journal!


A Witch’s Primer: Grade 1 by Lorin Manderly

Finally! Here is a children’s textbook for kids being raised as Witches and Pagans. Each chapter teaches the Wiccan basics for each subject and ends with a summary and a list of questions for children to test their knowledge on the material learned.

This is the first in a series of textbooks that will get progressively more advanced for each grade. The intent is to help students begin their Wiccan education and prepare them for seeking out further knowledge on the topics that interest them the most.


A Witch’s Primer: Grade 2 by Lorin Manderly

The second in the A Witch’s Primer series. This is a text book for children being raised Pagan and for adults who are new to the Craft. Each of the 18 chapters includes questions about what has been learned.


A Witch’s Primer: Grade 3 by Lorin Manderly

The Witch’s Primer books are a series of textbooks for children being raised as Pagan and for adults new to the Craft. Each of the 18 chapters ends with a question and answer page to test the reader’s progress.


Nordic Tales by Ulla Thynell
Trolls haunt the snowy forests, and terrifying monsters roam the open sea.  A young woman journeys to the end of the world, and a boy proves he knows no fear.
This collection of 16 traditional tales transports readers to the enchanting world of Nordic folklore. Translated and transcribed by folklorists in the 19th century, and presented here unabridged, the stories are by turns magical, hilarious, cozy, and chilling.
They offer a fascinating view into Nordic culture and a comforting wintertime read. Ulla Thynell’s glowing contemporary illustrations accompany each tale, conjuring dragons, princesses, and the northern lights. This special gift edition features an embossed, textured case and a ribbon marker.


The Green Prince’s Father : A Story of the Sabbats by Miles Batty

Follow the pagan Green Man through the cycle of the year, as he grows from young Prince to proud King to sacrificial Deity. “The Green Prince’s Father” is written for younger readers, to offer a first-hand understanding of the significance of the Sabbats and the annual cycle of life and rebirth.