Recommended reading for the Pagan Family

The following is a list of books recommended for Pagan parents, to provide http://www.mclibrary.duke.edu/about/news/books1.gifinformation for passing the Old Ways on to our children.

Ancient Ways
“Reclaiming Pagan Traditions”
by Pauline and Dan Campanelli
Rites of Passage
“The Pagan Wheel of Life”
by Pauline and Dan Campanelli
Wheel of the Year
“Living the Magickal Life”
by Pauline and Dan Campanelli
The Magical Household
“Empower Your Home with Love, Protection, Health and Happiness”
by Scott Cunningham and David Harrington
Spell Crafts
“Creating Magical Objects”
by Scott Cunningham and David Harrington
Celebrating the Great Mother
“A Handbook of Earth-Honoring Activities for Parents and Children”
by Cait Johnson and Maura Shaw
Tarot Games
“45 Playful Ways to Explore Tarot Cards Together”
by Cait Johnson and Maura Shaw
Tarot for Every Day
“Ideas and Activities for Bringing Tarot Wisdom into Your Daily Life”
by Cait Johnson and Maura Shaw
WiccaCraft for Families
“Path of the Hearth Fire”
by Margie McArthur
The Family Wicca Book
“The Craft for Parents and Children”
by Ashleen O’Gaea
The Pagan Family
“Handing the Old Ways Down”
by Ceisiwr Serith
Magical Hearth
“Home for the Modern Pagan”
by Janet Thompson
In addition, there are many wonderful books out there by other authors, including some already listed above, which are easy to read and understand, and which contain activities that are geared for or easily adaptable to working with children. Most of Scott Cunningham’s contributions to the Llewellyn “Practical Magic” series fall into this category, as well as books by Raymond Buckland, Silver RavenWolf and Patricia Telesco, to mention only a few.

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