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    A few others I forgot to list:
    Witch Child by Celia Rees
    Young Adult
    Written in journal style about one young woman's adventure after her Grandmother is hung for being a Witch. Mary starts a journal and it chornicles her life, crossing the ocean to the New World and her life there.

    Sorceress by Celia Rees (sequal to Witch Child)

    Winnie the Witch by Korky Paul
    Big Momma Makes the World by Phyllis Root
    Sun. Moon, and Stars by Mary Hoffman
    Earth, Fire, Water, Air by Mary Hoffman
    Light and Love,
    Saoirse

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    All the series: Wicca, Sweep, and Balefire by Cate Tiernan for teens but hey I'm an "adult" and I love em

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    How about the "Circle of Three" by Isobel Bird, I thought that was a nice series of books for young readers/pre-teen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dragoncrone View Post
    'ABC Book of Shadows' by Katie Lydon Olivares

    TERRIFIC!!

    PS Wow, I read 'The Witch of Blackbird Pond' when I was a kid!! And I ain't no spring chicken!!
    This is a great book!!! By the time I got it for Victoria she was a little past it but it is very well written.

    I have Toria in Barnes and Nobles book club for kids. They read 8 books over the summer (filling out a paper on each) and then get a free book. They can do this twice over the summer and I have been looking for more.

    I loved Charlottes Web. It isnt really magical but it does encourage kids to listen more than just with their ears, and what helping another can really accomplish.
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    If you hadn't already posted the Dealing With Dragons books, I certenly would have done so my self. I got them back in 4th or 5th grade, im 26 now and they are still some of the best fantasy books i've ever read. Love em!

    So instead I offer this,

    ~Tales from Watership Down, by Richard Adams
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    A series of short stories based on the classic characters
    form the first book and movie.
    (It's got rabbits in it, lol.)
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    thank you for some a concise list...i will definatly invest in some of those



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    Mountains, Meadows and Moonbeams by Mary Summerrain
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    I'm gonna add "An Ordinary Girl, a Magical Child" by W Lyon Martin.

    It's a great book for little witches (my 5 year old loves it), covers the wheel of the year in a fun way!

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    I read Watership Down for school in fifth grade. I HATED it. Parts scared me and the rest bored me.

    The Harpist trilogy:
    Riddlemaster of Hed, Heir of Sea and Fire, and Harpist in the Wind, by Patricia McKillip.

    Evangeline Walton has a series retelling the tales in the Mabinogion.

    MK Wren has a great teen (but I still like them now) series: Sword of the Lamb, Shadow of the Swan, House of the Wolf.

    For teens and up again: anything and everything by Zelazny.

    Andre Norton's Witch World series and Forerunner Foray--really any Norton is probably fine.

    James Schmitz, Telzey Amberdon series.

    Tony Hillerman's Navaho mysteries, for teens and up. As mysteries they are pretty bad but the insight into Native American lives and cultures makes them good.

    I read Anne McCaffrey as a teen. Some of her stuff, like Marion Zimmer Bradleys, goes a little far so I am hesitant to recommend it on a public message board. But I read it all and look at how well I turned out!

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    Has anyone had any experiance with Celebrating the Great Mother: A Handbook of Earth-Honoring Activities for Parents and Children by Cait Johnson?

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