Wiccan Spiritual Books for Children

Raising Children in Wicca

It can be a tough job to teach the kids complex concepts and philosophies.

Most people who have experienced this situation recommend including kids in rituals, sharing your knowledge of Wicca, and in general being creative.

Spiritual Books for kids based on the principles of Wicca and explaining Wiccan concepts are a great way to expose children to the Wicca way, from the very beginning.

This page takes a look at some of the Wiccan Spiritual Books for Children which will help you achieve this goal.

Wiccan Spiritual Books for Kids

Recommended for Pre-k, Kindergarten and early elementary school


My First Little Workbook of Wicca

This book was first produced by Reverend Velvet Rieth as a teaching aide for her grandchildren. Ultimately, it grew into a project which slowly gained popularity through Wicca festivals to become a bestseller – as it is known today. The book encourages kids to learn at their own pace, without parental supervision. It has coloring pages, handwriting pages, songs, and lots more to keep the kids entertained for hours at end.

Recommended For : Children between 4 and 8 years of age.


A Witch’s Primer: Grade: One

Written by Lorin Manderly, a Witch, who has been practicing since childhood – A Witch’s Primer : Grade One is the first in a series of books for Wiccan kids. The book is divided into several chapters and each lesson concludes with a summary and questions – so the children can test their knowledge about what they have learned. A great resource for Wiccan parents who have just started to raise their kids in Wicca.

Recommended For : Children between 4 and 6 years of age.


Spring Equinox, The: The Greening Of The Earth

This is the final book in a series of four written by Ellen Jackson. It covers an impressive collection of festivities related to the special day – Spring Equinox. From the Mayans to the modern day Indians and Iranians – many diverse cultures around the world celebrate the Spring Equinox, in different ways. Kids will improve their understanding of this natural phenomenon and be pleased with the colors of Spring.

Recommended For : Children between 4 and 8 years of age.

Wiccan Books for Pre-Teens


Celebrating the Great Mother: A Handbook of Earth-Honoring Activities for Parents and Children

Another book which helps us get closer to the Mother Goddess. Part 1 of Celebrating the Great Mother provides various techniques to develop a Wiccan kid’s inner Spiritual wisdom, while Part 2 provides a series of activities to celebrate various holy days associated with the Mother Goddess. Certainly a good guide to help Wicca kids come closer to nature and the Great Mother.

Recommended For : Children above 5 and Wiccan Parents.


The Lady of Ten Thousand Names: Goddess Stories from Many Cultures

Mother Goddess is the central figure in Wicca. The Lady of Ten Thousand Names contains stories on Mother Goddess from different cultures. From the Chinese Kuan Yin, Lakota White Buffalo Woman, Yoruba Oshun, and Welsh Cerridwen, to the Scandinavian Freya – kids will love discovering Mother Goddess folklore from around the world. This book will specially be a cool present for Wiccan girls.

Recommended For : Children between 9 and 12 years of age.

Teens and young adults

I really only found one book that is actually good, that introduces wicca to teens. Weirdly enough, it’s for boys!


Sons of the Goddess: A Young Man’s Guide to Wicca

Sons of the Goddess discovers the masculine side of Wicca. It can be tough for young men to identify with a female-dominated tradition. The author Christopher Penczak, who started practicing Witchcraft in his late teens, helps Wiccan teens and those who are interested in Wicca – explore the masculinity found in ancient myths, male energies, and rites of passage. Be a proud son of the Mother Goddess.

Recommended For : Teenage and Young Adult Wiccan Males.

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