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  • Happy Earth Day!

    Sprites & Sparks is the youth group run by Spiral Moon Church, the church that this site belongs to.

    We’re coming up on the end of the school year in most of the US, and with that come […]

  • (Review originally published 2013, book purchased by the reviewer)

    My biggest complaint: this book is perfect bound, and as a workbook, I really wish it was either spiral bound, or had tear-out pages, or […]

  • (Review originally published 2012, book purchased by reviewer)

    Let’s start with the basics:  I bought this book to review because I really liked the premise. Ms. Manderly says in the intro that she is in […]

  • (Review originally published 2014, book purchased by reviewer)

    As I mentioned in a previous review of another book by this author, I met the author through a business networking group, and I really like her W […]

  • (book owned by reviewer)

    I’ve been promising a review of Pagan Homeschooling, by Kristin Madden, for some time now. I’ve finally finished re-reading it, and truthfully, I feel like the impression I got from it […]

  • (review originally published November 2014, books purchased by the reviewer)

    I reviewed A Witch’s Primer, Grade 1, a while back. I mentioned then, and still believe with these two books, that while Ms. Ma […]

  • (review originally published November 2014, book purchased by the reviewer)

    This is the second book in the Sunchildren series, focusing on the Autumn equinox. These books are out of print, but you may be a […]

  • (review originally published December 2014, book purchased by reviewer)

    This book covers the winter Sabbats, Samhain and Yule.

    Each section has a story about a modern child and her experiences with the […]

  • JanetCallahan wrote a new post 3 years ago

    (review originally published January 2015, book purchased by reviewer)

    For a coloring book, this doesn’t have a lot of pages to color – I’d say it’s about half coloring pages, maybe less, with the rest activit […]

  • JanetCallahan wrote a new post 3 years ago

    (review originally published January 2015, book purchased by reviewer)

    A cute and colorful book introducing the elements in a child friendly way.

    A different child represents each element, and bright […]

  • JanetCallahan wrote a new post 3 years ago

    (review originally published July 2015, book purchased by reviewer)

    This is a tiny book – literally pocket sized, and if I count right, 72 pages including the copyright pages & about the author info. It a […]

  • JanetCallahan wrote a new post 3 years ago

    (review originally published January, 2018. Deck purchased by reviewer)

    This is a deck of 57 cards, each with a different crystal or stone, several metaphysical properties of that stone, and an affirmation. […]

  • (book provided by the author’s publisher, review originally published in 2015)

    Rupert’s Tales: A Book of Bedtime Stories, written by Kyrja, Illustrated by Tonia Bennington Osborn

    I’ve probably mentioned bef […]

  • (book purchased by reviewer)

    It’s been a while since I’ve read Pagan parenting books and really expected to learn something new – many of the reviews on this site are ones I’ve written over the years, some […]

  • (review originally published in 2013, book purchased by reviewer)

    I really wasn’t sure what to think of this book based on the title. But reading it, it’s actually a really well designed curriculum for tea […]

  • (review originally published 2014, book purchased by reviewer)

    I have been eyeing this book on Amazon for months now – it’s out of print, and I have been stalking the listing for a reasonably priced use […]

  • (review originally published in 2013, book purchased by reviewer)

    This book caught me by surprise, during one of my regular sweeps of Amazon for new books for Pagan families.

    This is, frankly, the book […]

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