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An Ordinary Girl - A Magical Child

by W. Lyon Martin

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She goes on an adventure with a rabbit; learning about her self. ( )
  lindy_brooke | May 2, 2016 |
I ordered this book for our library's collection (for education students), and I still have the habit of reading everything I order-and I'm very glad I read it.

The artwork is wonderful, but the real magic of this book is it's handling of many aspects of being raised Pagan. Young Rabbit has been raised Wiccan by her parents and each of the major rituals and Sabbats are examined from her point of view, as are their understandings of the dieties, how to deal with teasing, and stewardship of the Earth and other people. Stories of everyday life and ritual life are mixed in with explanations of Sabbats and there are great real-life examples of how to bring a child into Circle worship with parents. It makes me wish there was a larger family-centered Pagan community in my area to share with my son.
This is definatly a book written for an American child (it mentions the US more than once), but it would probably be appropriate for a UK Pagan, as well. ( )
  kaelirenee | Mar 5, 2008 |
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Introduces Wicca, presenting what Wiccans believe, how they practice magic, and their rituals and holidays, through a story about a young girl named Rabbit and her Pagan family.

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