Creating New Pagan Family TraditionsLast modified: September 18, 2013 9:21 am by Morrighan
Some time ago, the girls and I discussed working on a project together, one that had all the elements of pagan family life, centered around each Sabbat and then for fun – the moons as well.
We came up with the Creating New Pagan Family Traditions chapbook series.
Each chapbook will have Sabbat information, sample ritual, activity suggestions for kids, sample menu with recipes, crafts, youth-centered fiction and paper activities (coloring, picture search, etc.).
*note* It’s been brought to my attention that the activities are often not printable in several ebook formats, therefore I’ve set up a system here that will give access to those activities on download pages, password protected for each release. The Yule, Imbolc and Ostara activities are collected together on one page. If you purchased these chapbooks and can not print the activities, please get in touch using the contact form (attach e-receipt), and I’ll send you the password. From Beltaine on, the link and password will be included at the very end of the ebook.
My apologies for any inconveniences.
Chapbooks will be released one to two months ahead of actual Sabbat* between November 2011 and October 2013.
* Lughnasadh and Mabon were put on hold while we tried to fix a formatting error.
Where to buy:
Samhain – Kindle | Smashwords | Diesel eBook Store | B&N | Kobo | Etsy
Esbats – Kindle | Smashwords | Diesel eBook Store | B&N | Kobo | Etsy
Carla C. on Yule & Litha:
These are oh so delightful! Thoroughly researched and thought out with so many fun things and wonderful recipes. I love them! Thank you so much!
Heather L. on Ostara:
I love the chapter books. my 10 year old read the ostara one. and we can’t wait till the next ones come out. an easy format for both parent and child….