An Ordinary Girl - A Magical Child

An Ordinary Girl A Magical Child Chosen as a finalist for the COVR Visionary Awards Take a joyful romp with Rabbit around the Wheel of the Year as she learns about herself and her Pagan Ways in the first fully illustrated Pagan

  • Title: An Ordinary Girl - A Magical Child
  • Author: W. Lyon Martin
  • ISBN: 9780979683435
  • Page: 179
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Chosen as a finalist for the 2009 COVR Visionary Awards Take a joyful romp with Rabbit around the Wheel of the Year as she learns about herself and her Pagan Ways in the first fully illustrated Pagan children s book to explore Wiccan magic, customs and holidays through a child s point of view An Ordinary Girl, A Magical Child is lavishly illustrated with original watercoChosen as a finalist for the 2009 COVR Visionary Awards Take a joyful romp with Rabbit around the Wheel of the Year as she learns about herself and her Pagan Ways in the first fully illustrated Pagan children s book to explore Wiccan magic, customs and holidays through a child s point of view An Ordinary Girl, A Magical Child is lavishly illustrated with original watercolor paintings Written for school aged children, whether they are being raised Pagan or just are curious about a Wiccan friend or relative s spiritual Path, this book explains in a clear and gentle voice just what a Pagan is, what a Wiccan believes and how one Pagan family celebrates throughout the year.You will learn about the 8 Sabbat celebrations a full moon celebration a home blessing ritual a spell to banish bad dreams and

    One thought on “An Ordinary Girl - A Magical Child”

    1. A truly wonderful book! I think this would be a great book to explain the basics of the pagan path to others (like non-pagan family members.)

    2. Excellent children's introduction to Wiccan beliefs, holidays, and values. Includes some fun ideas for simple family rituals such as having the child(ren) pick out flower seeds at Imbolc and plant them, and eating apples and honey while saying thank you to the Goddess for good things in your life at Lammas. When my kids get to elementary school age, I'll definitely buy this book and read it with them.

    3. What a great book to add to your library! Experience a year with 7 year old Rabbit and her family as they celebrate the Pagan holidays. You'll enjoy each celebration and share their special rituals dedicated to each season and moon phase. All ages will enjoy the simple explanations and the beautiful illustrations. Be sure to read the forward and the end note, too. This book is memorable from cover to cover. Every religion would benefit from a story such as this.

    4. Wonderful little book for both pagan children and those who are curious as to what pagans do and believe. Of course it isn't what all pagans believe/do, this is just basics for what many do believe. This can also be for adults who are curious but don't want to read a complete text. It explains in a gentle, child like way that everyone can understand.

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