Sun Bread by Elisa Kleven (Author) 

Winter’s gray chill has set in and everyone misses the sun-especially the baker. So she decides to bring some warmth to the town by making sun bread. And as the bread bakes, rising hot and delicious, everyone comes out to share in its goodness. Everyone, including the sun itself. With a lilting, rhyming text, colorful illustrations, and a recipe for baking your own sun bread, this tasty treat  is just right for all ages to enjoy.


The Witch’s Cat and The Cooking Catastrophe by Kirstie Watson  (Author), Magdalena Sawko (Illustrator) 

“One day, a witch’s cat found a dusty old cookbook, and it gave him the most marvellous idea…”

The witch has gone out and inspired by the old cookbook, the cat is determined to knock up a super-scrumptious surprise lunch for her.

But unfortunately, his enthusiasm far exceeds his cooking abilities, and he carelessly overlooks some rather important information.

But hey, what’s the worst that could happen?

A funny and heart-warming tale that’s sure to bring some magic to your bedtime stories. It’s fun to read aloud, with lots of opportunities for children to join in and guess what happens next.


Hush Now, Banshee!: A Not-So-Quiet Counting Book by Kyle Sullivan  (Author), Derek Sullivan  (Illustrator)

Everyone is enjoying quiet time, but little Banshee just wants to have fun the only way she knows how: Loudly.
Join Banshee as she counts her way through the Irish landscape in the noisiest counting book in the land. It’s gonna be a blast: You can count on it.


The ABC’s of Witchcraft    by Lilian Miller  (Author)

“Hello little witchling!

Let your bright mind unfurl.

Today is the perfect day

to learn about our world!”

Author Lilian Miller’s debut children’s book the ABC’s of Witchcraft is a delightful romp through the basics of the world of witchcraft.


When Witches Hear the Rain: A Pagan Children’s Rhyme by J. C. Artemisia 
Rain holds a powerful magick. Witches can connect with this power through meditation, movement, and ritual.

This Pagan children’s story includes a classical rhyme, rain sensory meditation, and rain weather magick and safety information.


The Wee Hávamál by Nelson R. Elliott  (Author)

This illustrated Hávamál has been adapted to easy, modern English while keeping the essence of the ancient gnomic poem intact. It features a kid-friendly selection of verses that have been updated to a simple rhyming scheme that will be sure to have young readers rehearsing Odin’s advice as they play.


13 Magical Moons: A Pagan Counting Book by Persephone Jayne 

Faces of the divine, cardinal directions, petals of a daisy, count along through a pagan year! Celebrate the little, daily joys of mindful living.

13 Magical Moons seeks to give pagan kids and families a starting point (or an additional touchpoint) to their daily ritual. As members of a nature based spiritual practice, we tend to be in tune with our surroundings. This book takes the reader along on a journey of pagan delights.


Altar to Zap: An Activity Workbook for Pagan Kids! by Meloni Vignali (Author)

A Homeschool workbook created with the pagan child in mind. This workbook is aimed at preschool and kindergarten age (ages 3 to 6) pagan kids who want practice with writing the alphabet, addition and subtraction, and other fun learning – all with a pagan mindset! Learn the days of the week, the months of the year, and parts of the body. Spend time studying the sky and drawing what you see. Understand shapes and get into your own head to draw the thoughts you have. Each unique and fun activity teaches something new. This workbook will be sure to delight pagan parents and children alike.This handwriting activity book includes:90+ Practice pages― Exciting and colorful pencil-on-paper activities like trace the letters and numbers, connect-the-dots and more offer the kind of repetition that creates real learning with enough variety to keep kids engaged.Skill-building―As they explore the pages, kids will build a foundational skills in reading comprehension, penmanship, and early mathematics.This workbook is full of fun and funny pictures that will keep kids excited to learn something new.


Norse Mythology Coloring Book for Kids Ages 4-8 by Ruby Rain (Author)

This Kids Coloring Book includes a total of 40 coloring pages with 20 unique images.


Ostara’s Hare by Tara Waddle

When the Goddess of Spring decided not to come the world is left cold and frozen. Find out what happens when she returns and learn about a friendship that begins unexpectedly and lasts forever!


Winter Solstice Coloring Book: For Kids Ages 3-8. Paperback by Misty Lilac (Author)


Trace and Learn your Elder Futhark Runes and Names Workbook.

by AJ Rictor

 

Teach Your Children The Elder Futhark Runes and their names. Use this fun learning book to set up your kid for penmanship skills that will boost their success in learning the Runes and their names.

This Runes and Rune names workbook progressively builds confidence in learning to write starting with

  • Step 1 : Writing each Rune
  • Step 2 : Writing the corresponding rune name
  • Gain mastery over writing using an easy dot-to-dot tracing method
  • Practice learning to write the Runes and names correctly
  • With over 95 pages, kids get tons of much needed repetitive practice
  • This Workbook is organized in a skill building way to boost your kid’s confidence to write neatly and legibly!
  • Learn to trace both Uppercase letters and lowercase letters and practice writing on your own
  • Large size – 8.5″ x 11″
  • Book includes a reference page that covers the runes, names, corresponding letters, pronunciations and literal meaning.

Who Is That in the Sky?: A Toddler’s First Book of Norse Myths by Jennifer Hartman  (Author), Ananta Mohanta (Illustrator) 

From dusk to dawn, day and night – A child’s introduction to the Norse deities who travel through the sky to bring darkness and light.

Inspired by stanzas in the Voluspa, Who Is That in the Sky? transports readers to the sky where they learn about the lesser known deities who bring the different phases of the day; thereby teaching them about the solar cycle.


Ostara Letters: Grani Hulda’s Wheel of the Year Series Wee Pagan Kids Activity Books

In this activity book, pagan kids will learn how to write the ABCs through association with Ostara symbols and concepts. Each letter of the alphabet is presented with a symbol associated with Ostara or pagan values. Nature and the seasons are highlighted throughout this series and in Ostara Letters, kids will see eggs, hares, butterflies and flowers in abundance.

All content is age appropriate. Each activity book in this series starts with a basic description of the Wheel of the Year and the pagan Sabbat that it covers, and then it ends with a recipe for kids so they can help prepare pagan feasts.


Ostara: Learn About Paganism with Grani Hulda

Grani Hulda loves the Wheel of the Year celebrations! Ostara is one of her favorite holy days. Grani Hulda shares what Ostara means and explains it to kids in a way that they can understand it.

What is Ostara?
What is the tale of the Ostara Hare?
How do you celebrate Ostara?

In this fun and magickal book, Grani Hulda celebrates Ostara by hiding eggs, having a fire, making Ostara baskets and creating an Ostara altar, and that’s just to start!

With the fun, bright pictures of animals and trees and Grani Hulda’s smile, even complex Pagan meanings are brought down to earth so young children can get a feeling for the Sabbats.


The Runes: Learn About Paganism with Grani Hulda

Grani Hulda loves the Runes! She shares their meanings with kids in a way that they can understand them. With the fun, bright pictures of animals and trees and Grani Hulda’s smile, even complex meanings are brought down to earth so young children can get a feeling for the Runes.


Lammas Fun with Letters: Grani Hulda’s Wheel of the Year Series Wee Pagan Kids Activity Books

In this activity book, pagan kids learn about letters and Lammas celebrations at the same time. There are more activities with letters, vowel sounds, writing the alphabet and writing words. The Earth Mother and Harvest Queen and Lugh the Harvest God are presented, and Lammas celebrations of harvesting grain, baking bread and feasting are featured. Bring your children into the center of your pagan celebrations with activities to make a besom charm, to make your own letter flashcards and bake bread (parental supervision required, of course). Nature and the seasons are highlighted throughout this series and in Lammas, Fun with Letters, kids will see the power of the harvest season.


Litha Numbers: Grani Hulda’s Wheel of the Year Series Wee Pagan Kids Activity Books

In this activity book, pagan kids learn about numbers and Litha celebrations at the same time. Children will be able to learn how to count, how to write numbers and how to write the names of numbers. Symbols such as the Oak King, fairies, potions and Sun Wheels are presented to children while they learn to count. Nature and the seasons are highlighted throughout this series and in Litha Numbers, kids will see symbols of magick and our powerful sun.


Imbolc Shapes: Grani Hulda’s Wheel of the Year Series Wee Pagan Kids Activity Book

In this activity book, pagan kids learn about shapes and Imbolc celebrations at the same time. For each shape, there are pages for tracing the shape, spelling the name of the shape, coloring the shapes, and introducing an Imbolc concept through a shape. Symbols such as lambs, Brigid crosses, fires, candles and water wells are all introduced through shapes. There is even a paper Brigid Doll for you and your child to make. Nature and the seasons are highlighted throughout this series and in Imbolc Shapes, kids will see symbols of magick and the cycle of death, birth and renewal.


Samhain Mazes: Grani Hulda’s Wheel of the Year Series Wee Kids Pagan Activity Books

In this activity book, pagan kids can have fun with mazes. There is a maze for each number 0-9 and for each letter of the alphabet, plus lots of pages to color. It is full of Samhain symbols like spiders, owls, pumpkins and witches. Nature and the seasons are highlighted throughout this series and in Samhain Mazes, kids will see symbols of magick and the cycle of death, birth and renewal.


Beltane Colors: Grani Hulda’s Wheel of the Year Series Wee Pagan Kids Activity Books

In this activity book, pagan kids will learn about the colors. There are activities for identifying and using colors and writing the names of the colors. Nature and the seasons are highlighted throughout this series and in Beltane Colors, kids will learn the colors through flowers, animals and plants.


Dancing Goddess in the Moon: A Pagan Children’s Tale by J C Artemisia
This is a story is about the moon, the sea, and the magick of dance!

Long ago, the Dancing Goddess tied her skirt into the sea and leapt to the moon, so she could always watch over those she loved.

Today, Pagans dance when the moon is full, and we never dance alone.


What is an Altar? (Pagan Children Learning Series) by Rowan Moss
What is an Altar? is a companion-reader book for children and parents, exploring the basics—what an altar is and how one can be created and utilized.  Whimsical illustrations and purposefully upbeat and simple language will delight the eye and open communication.
Each book in the Pagan Children Learning Series is a beginner’s introduction that allows room for discussion of your family’s own beliefs in every lesson!


What is Magic? (Pagan Children Learning Series) by Rowan Moss
What is Magic (Book #2) is a companion-reader book for children and parents, exploring the basics – the nature of magic and what it can do! Whimsical illustrations and purposefully upbeat and simple language will delight the eye and open communication.
Each book in the Pagan Children Learning Series is a beginner’s introduction that allows room for discussion of your family’s own beliefs in every lesson!


Who Is A Witch (Pagan Children Learning Series) by Rowan Moss
Who is a Witch? Is a companion-reader book for children and parents exploring the basics – what makes a witch special and who a witch might be in a child’s life.
Whimsical illustrations and purposefully upbeat and simple language will delight the eye and open communication.
Each book in the Pagan Children Learning Series is a beginner’s introduction that allows room for discussion of your family’s own belief in every lesson!


Look to the Moon: A Pagan Bedtime Blessing by J.C. Artemisia
Calm your magickal child to sleep with this lunar, bedtime blessing.


Magickal: A Pagan Nursery Rhyme by J.C. Artemisia
This rhyming book is a cross between traditional nursery rhyme and ritual chant.


Follow the Sun: A Pagan Children’s Rhyme by J.C. Artemisia
“Follow the Sun” is a companion book to “Look to the Moon!” This new Pagan children’s book highlights solar blessings and lessons for growing up Pagan.


Blessed Be A-Z by Terri Wilson
“Blessed Be A to Z” is a whimsical series of short poems to highlight each letter of the alphabet, from a Pagan perspective that honors the Earth.


Norse Mother’s Tales. Freyja’s FatCat  by Kristen Valkenhaus
Read along as Freyja’s fluffy felines work together. Treegul learns from his friend Beegul about the importance of eating healthy and exercising!


Norse of course!: The Great Void to Asgard by Nick and Kristen Valkenhaus
Norse, of Course! The Great Void to Asgard is an illustrated story for children. Read along as Heimdall tells the beginning story – the evolution of the Norse ancestors, and about Ymir the frost giant, a jealous adversary. Learn about the Aesir-Vanir war, the formation of Asgard, and how the Norse people began.


Norse, of Course!: Bragi’s silent-song by Nick and Kristen Valkenhaus
Read along as Bragi goes on an adventure with Freyr in his new ship Skidbladnir to visit Alfheim. Bragi meets the light elves and sees the wondrous farms and fields in Alfheim.  While there, he meets the smart and beautiful Idunna.


Norse of course!: Building of the wall by Nick and Kristen Valkenhaus
Norse, of Course! Building of the Wall is an illustrated story for children. Read along as the wall of Asgard is rebuilt, a Jotun observes Norse people, Loki’s bad judgment, and meet Sleipnir, Odin’s legendary horse.


Norse Mother’s Tales. Faster Faster Odur’s Raptor  by Kristen Valkenhaus
Join Odur’s hawk Vedfolnir on a tongue twisting adventure around Asgard! Vedfolnir always pays attention to his surroundings and stays safe.


Norse Mother’s Tales. Odin’s Hungry Horse by Kristen Valkenhaus
Odin’s horse Sleipnir doesn’t want to eat his carrots today. Read along as Odin teaches Sleipnir that trying new foods is good!


Wee Witches by Beth Roth Ted Enik

This ABC primer is a playful and richly symbolic introduction to the world of Wicca and the magic of Nature. Illustrated poems bring to light the Pagan Path, with each letter featuring a Wee Witch learning about the wheel of the year, tools of the Craft, rites of passage, faerie friends, and meaningful colors. This is a helpful and affirming tool for Pagan families, as well as an appealing collection of subtle, educational light verse for their budding Wee Witches, including A for Acorn, M for Maypole, and S for Spiderweb. Accurate symbols of Witches’ worldview are woven throughout the magical artwork, as well as hidden clues to a secret “”Witch Name”” revealed at the end of the book.


Brina by author-illustrator team Andrea Stein and Cayce Matteoli

Join Brina on an exploration of magical paths like green witchery, kitchen witchcraft, Wicca, and more as she considers the question: Which witch will I be?

Brina is a picture book that uses catchy rhymes and engaging illustrations to explore magic and modern witchcraft. This enchanting story will leave children and parents with the magical reminder that finding your path can be a bewitching journey — even if you aren’t sure where you’ll end up.

Brina is a little witch. She’s yet to find her way.
She learns about the ancient craft through art, and earth, and play.
“There are many types of witches,” says her mother-rightly so.
But Brina doesn’t know which way her witchy heart will go.


C is for Coven – Andrea Stein

A bewitching board book for tiny magic makers. 

C is for Coven is a reinterpretation of a classic alphabet book, matching each letter of the ABCs with a rhyming phrase that teaches kids about witchcraft.

Instead of A is for Apple and D is for Dog, A is for Altar and D is for Drawing Down the Moon. From the author of Brina: A Pagan Picture Book, this bewitching and adorable board book will make learning the ABCs fun, magical, and memorable for the whole family.


The Summer Solstice – Ellen Jackson illustrated by Jan Davey Ellis

Accompanied by a Summer Tale designed to be read aloud, recipes, and craft activites, a beautifully illustrated picture book celebrates the universal appeal of the sun and the abundance of light and warmth it provides.


Crystal Magic! by Aurora Lightbringer

Learn about the magic and energy of crystals with this colourful and delightfully whimsical book. This child-friendly new-age book teaches about the energies of crystals and provides everyday ways to incorporate working with crystals in daily practice-including yoga poses and affirmations to complement each crystal. This book is sure to be a family favourite!


The Wheel of the Year by Aurora Lightbringer

“The Wheel of the Year goes around and around, and it keeps my feet on the ground. And though my head is in the clouds, the Wheel of the Year goes around and around!”

Come celebrate the Sabbats with “The Wheel of the Year”! This whimsical picture book teaches about the themes of each holiday through poetry and illustrations designed to nurture young Pagans’ imaginations. This book is sure to be a family favourite!


I Am the Elements by Aurora Lightbringer

“I am the Fire, spirit free! As I will, so mote it be!” Come honor the Elements with “I Am the Elements!” This unapologetically Pagan book teaches about the themes of each element through poetry and illustrations designed to nurture young Pagans’ imaginations. This book is sure to be a family favourite!


Moon Magic by Aurora Lightbringer

“Look up in the sky and what do I see? I see the moon shining down on me!” Come honor the moon and its cycles with “Moon Magic”! This unapologetically new-age book teaches about the energies of the cycles of the moon and provides everyday ways to incorporate honouring the moon in daily practice. This book is sure to be a family favourite!


Norse Mythology Coloring Book by K. Valenkhaus, N Valkenhaus & K Massey

Visit www.Norhalla.com and Have fun while learning! Color the Norse ancestors and their animal companions as seen in Norhalla’s children’s books Norse Mother’s Tales, and Norse of Course, along with other creative works.  Color and share illustrations from Nordic lore while learning the ancestor’s names.


Nordic Lore: Ginnungagap to Asgard: Freyja’s Schoolhouse Library: Norse Mythology: Vikings for Kids: Odin, Thor, Loki (Norse, of Course!)

Ginnungagap to Asgard is Nordic lore for children and is part of the Freyja’s Schoolhouse Library collection. Read along as Heimdall tells the beginning story – the evolution of the Norse ancestors, and about Ymir the frost giant, a jealous adversary. Learn about the Aesir-Vanir war, the formation of Asgard, and how the Norse people began.


Aidan’s First Full Moon Circle by W. Lyon Martin

Aidan and his parents have been solitary witches for as long as he can remember. At the rising of the Harvest Moon, his family is invited to a local coven s Full Moon Esbat celebration. Aidan is jittery about joining a Circle full of strangers. While he is enjoying himself around the bonfire, the High Priestess and his mother cook up a plan to get him involved in the Harvest Moon ritual. Aidan learns he is an important member of the Pagan community.

While reading the story, children can helpSeamus the squirrel gather enough acorns for the coming winter by finding where they are hidden within the captivating illustrations.

An enchanting, fictional tale of a Wiccan nighttime gathering, Aidan s First Full Moon Circle will engage young readers with magical images while introducing some coven ritual basics.


ABC Book of Shadows (Hardcover) by Katie Lydon-Olivares

An ABC board book of Paganism and Wicca for toddlers