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Teen Witch

Teen Witch:
Wicca for a New Generation
by Silver Ravenwolf,
Llewellyn, 1998.

Editor’s note: as this is currently a top-seller for the publisher and the only book like it on the market, we’ve included two different reviews of this title.

The cover is inexcusably sleazy, but if you can get past that, Teen Witch is a well-intentioned and informative book packed with helpful material, written in a breezy style that should appeal to a wide range of teen readers.

Silver Ravenwolf bravely addresses popular misconceptions about the Craft and brings clarity and a real sense of ethics and integrity to the subject: her heart is very clearly in the right place.

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Pagan Kids’ Activity Book

Pagan Kids’ Activity Book
By Amber K, Horned Owl
Publishing 1986, 1998.

You’ve been waiting for this one for a long time. Pagan Kids’ is more than a coloring book. It’s a unique collection of games, keep-sakes, gifts and activities that has something for kids of all ages.

Pagan Kids’ is a great teaching tool offering a variety of activities that are easily adapted for family fun or solitary enjoyment. Brilliantly, the entire book is narrated by two children, Liam and Lesley, who add a personal touch that ensures your children feel they are part of a bigger Pagan family.

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Circle Round

Circle Round:
Raising Children in Goddess Traditions
By Starhawk, Diane Baker and Anne Hill
Bantam Books, 1999.

Circle Round is a bright, profusely illustrated book of stories, rituals, and crafts written for parents raising children in the Goddess traditions. Starhawk, Diane Baker and Anne Hill took three years of writing, meetings, listening to others and trying out their ideas on others as well as on their own children to complete this book. The amount of effort they went to resulted in an attractive book that is well thought out and

Each chapter covers the meaning of Pagan festivals and celebrations, along with rituals and songs, while offering stories from a wide range of Pagan cultures.

Crafts, games, dances and recipes appropriate for the time of year help to create exciting ways to top off your celebrations. I found the easy to bake recipe for “Crescent Moon Sweet Cream Biscuits” exceptionally quick and yummy.

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