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The Wedding Portrait by Innosanta Nagara

The Wedding Portrait, by Innosanto Nagara

Innosanto Nagara latest book The Wedding Portrait teaches children about the necessity of civil disobedience in the face of injustice.

I Am a Warrior Goddess, by Jennifer Adams

Princess stories are passee, and a new role model for young girls in on the rise: the warrior goddess!
The Magickal Family, by Monica Crosson

Magickal Family, by Monica Crosson

The Magickal Family: Pagan Living in Harmony with Nature is a beautiful book, and it would be a great addition to any new family -- or anyone new to Paganism.
Detail from The Sun, Next World Tarot, by Cristy C. Road

Tarot for kids: 15 decks to get them started

If you read tarot and have children in your life, chances are they are super curious about the cards.
Zoo Zen, by Kristen Fischer, illustrated by Susi Schaefer

Zoo Zen, by Kristen Fischer

Zoo Zen: A Yoga Story for Kids, by Kristen Fischer, illustrated by Susi Schaefer Sounds True, 9781622038916, 32 pp., 2017 Children’s literature has been in the news...
Shakta Khalsa

The Yoga Way to Radiance, by Shakta Khalsa

The Yoga Way to Radiance by Shakta Khalsa shares how incorporating yoga into raising and interacting with children can help improve their lives.
Who Is a Witch? by Rowan Moss, Illustrated by T.S. Lamb

Who is a Witch, by Rowan Moss

Who is a Witch by Rowan Moss with illustrations by T.S. Lamb is a short and sweet book that explains that witches are just like everybody else, a solid read for children ages three to six.
Totem Animals

Totem Animals, by Celia M. Gunn

Totem Animals by Celia M. Gunn is a good, quick primer that gives a brief overview of how to find and work with your totems.
Tarot By Design Workbook, Knight of Swords

Tarot by Design Workbook

Once you work your way through Tarot by Design, you'll have added your own flavour to the traditional Rider-Waite-Smith imagery.
Baby things, photo by arch190

Witchy Mama, by Melanie Marquis and Emily A. Francis

Witchy Mama incorporates nontraditional spirituality and magick into standard baby practices, making space for everyday magick.
Outdoor altar, photo by lunasam

Summer activities for magical children

It’s summer time, and for many families that means their young ones will be home. Here are a few witchy summer activities to keep them occupied.
Ostara Altar by Siannan13

What is an Altar?, by Rowan Moss

Although geared for children, What is an Altar? is a very comprehensive book that fully breaks down the basics of why and how people build altars.

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Tattoo Tarot, illustrated by Megamunden

Tattoo Tarot