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Are you raising Wiccan children?

Our books are especially suited to teaching Wiccan children about Wicca and other Pagan paths and traditions. We are proud to offer educational and entertaining books for children being raised Wiccan or Pagan and their families. Share age appropriate concepts of Pagan spirituality in child friendly books.

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A spooky October sale – Watchers 60% off

Watchers October SaleA spooky book for our October sale!

Who’s hiding in corners and watching in the dark? A trap is set and our hero receives a big surprise when the watchers are finally captured.

Something is watching Thomas as he’s sleeping. He decides that he will discover who is frightening him and hatches a plan to catch them in a trap. The story goes from spooky to secure when Thomas discovers who he has captured.

A bouncing bedtime tale your kids are sure to request again and again even after they know the secret.

“W. Lyon Martin’s new illustrated children’s book Watchers is a charming bedtime story for anyone who believes in a little magic and wants to share some fairy dust with their children.

The story, based upon her friend Kelley’s childhood nighttime prayer, is a wonderful affirmation of protection and love by residents of the magical world. It addresses the issue of children’s bedtime anxiety in a positive and comforting way, with a reassuring message at the end.” — Mickey Mueller – Illustrator The Well Worn Path and The Hidden Path tarot decks

Physical book:

Regular price: $16.95 Now $6.78 Save 60%
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Ages 3-6

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NOW $6.85 (65% OFF) Smoky and the Feast of Mabon

Smoky and the Feast of Mabon by Catherynne M Valente

Smoky and the Feast of Mabon by Catherynne M. Valente

NOW $6.85 (65% OFF)

Upset at the sight of her dying flowers, Smoky goes into the woods where she has always felt safe. Now she’s lost! What is that glow in the woods before her? Follow a little girl as she discovers the meaning of Mabon in the wood behind her house, where a magical meal… read more

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Make diversity of Pagan culture accessible with books

Books Make Diversity of Pagan Culture Accessible to Schoolchildren

St. Louis, MO: Could there be witches next door? Magical Child Books make diversity of Pagan culture accessible. Teaching diversity is hard enough when the students have some familiarity with the cultures: Islam or Judaism, for instance. But what resources are available for teaching about Paganism or Wicca (sometimes referred to as witchcraft)? And can one girl’s experience of being different as a Pagan apply universally to studying other kinds of difference?

Books Make Diversity of Pagan Culture Accessible to Schoolchildren

While Harry Potter made the idea of magic a common dinner-table topic, the J. K. Rowling version of witchcraft has essentially nothing in common with modern Paganism: a religion based on teachings stretching back thousands of years, venerating nature and incorporating polytheism. Yet, many American students live next door to practicing Pagan families, whether they know it or not. And many Pagan children feel very isolated in classrooms dominated by Christians; they may not even know any other Pagans at their school. Could there be witches next door to you?

Magical Child Books steps into the breach with illustrated children’s stories to make diversity of Pagan culture accessible and understandable.

An Ordinary Girl, a Magical Child
(ISBN 9780979683435) follows one Pagan elementary school child through the cycle of the year: celebrating the eight important holidays (Sabbats), blessing a home, rejoicing in the full moon…and learning how to conquer schoolmate teasing about her different traditions and banish bad dreams through ritual.

Aidan’s First Full Moon Circle
(ISBN 9780979683442) walks a Pagan boy through the excitement of one ritual, and the discovery that he has been chosen to play a very important part in the night’s events.

Smoky and the Feast of Mabon
(ISBN 9780979683466) Follows one girl as she delights in the mystery of the first harvest holiday of Mabon.

“A sound introduction for young readers to neo-Pagan beliefs.” —Sue Bradford Edwards, children’s book reviewer, St. Louis Post-Dispatch (Please see all reviews for An Ordinary Girl, A Magical Child)


Rabbit’s Song another 4 Star review on Amazon

Rabbit's Song by SJ Tucker

4 Star review out of 5 stars

Imaginative story!, May 17, 2014
By This Kid Reviews Books

The Trickster searches in the animal kingdom for the perfect animals to teach humankind. He passes by strong and ferocious animals because they are too scary for humans. He reaches a group of humble, happy animals and he chooses them to be the totems to teach humans joy and laughter.

Visit http://goo.gl/iJUS38 to read the full review.


The Pagan Student: A guide for educators.

With school starting up soon, you’ll want to read this informative guide about the Pagan Student before sending your child to class. Most teachers will have questions about Pagan beliefs, be prepared to answer them.

A guide for educators of the Pagan student:

A Pagan student in your school practices a religion with which you may not be familiar. This page is simply to give you information you may need to understand the different experiences this student may share with you, and answer any questions… Read more.

Topics covered include:

What is a Pagan student likely to practice and believe?

A Pagan student will celebrate a nature-based, polytheistic religion

A Pagan student will be taught ethics emphasizing both personal freedom and personal responsibility