When Witches Aren’t Just for Halloween: Pagan Children Learning Series
For many the talk of witches and magic isn’t over when November 1st rolls around. For Pagans, discussions about magic and witches are of importance ALL year long.
Pagan parents … and anyone interested in learning more about Paganism … definitely need to check out the Pagan Children Learning Series, written by Rowan Moss and illustrated by (my amazing friend) T.S. Lamb. It is a series of three books that serve as an introduction to Paganism for young readers. The series includes, “Who is a Witch?”, “What is Magic?”, and “What are the Elements?”
Each book explores the basics and has “whimsical illustrations and purposefully upbeat and simple language [that] will delight the eye and open communication” for a family’s own beliefs.
If you are interested in learning more or contacting the author or illustrator, here are some links:
Facebook page for Pagan Children Learning Series
Facebook page for artist, T.S. Lamb and her website, Epiphanies
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These look fantastic 🙂 I’m way more spiritual than religious, so these are perfect for us, such a great way to teach kids all about paganism 🙂
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Love the illustrations! Paganism is not really a big thing where I come from (I don’t know any Pagans) and I admit to being pretty much clueless about it – maybe I should give them a read =)?.
Very nice looking and informative—I am sure all religions need materials for children. Beautiful art. I had no idea about this area before. Learn something every day!
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Huh. Interesting, though unorthodox.
Thank you all for the supportive comments!
This is wonderful!
Thank you for this post! I am Pagan and have been teaching my daughter a few things. She is 4 so I keep it light. This series is perfect for us!