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  • Paperback: 73 pages
  • Publisher: Moon Books (22 Feb. 2013)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 178099561X
  • ISBN-13: 978-1780995618
  • Product Dimensions: 20.8 x 0.5 x 29.6 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 330,355 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Siusaidh Ceanadach has been Pagan for over twenty seven years. She
trained as an Astrologer in London and became a Wiccan, training in an
Alexandrian Coven. Since then she has studied Druidry with The Order
of Bards, Ovates and Druids and with The Druid Network and is a Yew
tribe member of TDN. Her life took her to live in Scotland where she
became elevated to High Priestess into Gardnerian Wicca and has
since, along with her husband and High Priest has run a Coven, a
Development Circle and co-ordinates The Tuatha De Bridget, open
Druidcraft Group in Glasgow, Scotland, UK.
Siusaidh was for many years a Celebrant and has previously been a
recognised Legal Celebrant with The Pagan Federation in Scotland and
conducted Handfastings, Baby Naming and Funeral Ceremonies. She
still undertakes rites of passage and has a wide circle of friends
Worldwide and is well known in Wiccan, Druid and Pagan circles.
In the last three years she has become a presenter and producer at
Cue and Review, Print Speaking to the Blind and East Dunbartonshire
Radio where she hosts both a music show and regular radio programmes
to tie in with the eight festivals of the wheel of the year and
interviews people from all different disciplines, Pagan, Spiritual,
Ecologists, Healers and those from different religions and none.
She also writes children's short stories for the blind which are
available for over 2,000 people these are uploaded to The British
Wireless for the Blind.
Siusaidh is an author, a teacher, a leader, a reader and radio presenter
as well as a sister, wife, mother, grandmother and a loyal friend.

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About the Author

Siusaidh Ceanadach has been Pagan for over twenty-five years. She is a Celebrant and Co-Organiser of Tuatha de Bridget, a Druidcraft Group or Groven in Glasgow.

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Rachel 'Tansy' Patterson on 22 Feb. 2013
Format: Paperback
Another wonderful little book in the 'Let's Talk' series by Siusaidh Ceanadach.

This time Siusaidh takes a look at how the four elements and directions link into the Pagan Wheel of the Year.

This fabulous book includes a story for each celebration along with details on how to celebration and lots of interesting information to send children out searching and exploring to aid them in learning for themselves.

Although these books are aimed at children they are also really interesting for grown ups too.

The stories for each Sabbat are beautifully written with enchanting characters and engaging story lines, all with the goal of helping children to understand about each celebration, which they do wonderfully.

At the end of each section are some questions and challenges set for children to take on, all with the aim again of helping them explore and understand in a fun way.

Definite must have for pagans with children that are eager to learn.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Yvonne on 25 Mar. 2013
Format: Paperback
Although short, Let's Talk About Elements and The Pagan Wheel is the packed with information.

Sissaidh Ceanadach takes us first through each of the elements, sharing their properties and significance for Britain and Europe but also explaining the differences for anyone in the Southern Hemisphere. She then moves on to the wheel of the year through the Wiccan Sabbats or festivals of Samhain, Midwinter and Yule, Imbolc, Ostra or Spring Equinox, Beltane, Midsummer, Lughnasadh and finally Autumn Equinox.

For each of the Sabbats we are given background information into the meaning of them for Pagans and a short story that depicts the meaning in a clear and easily understood way. Each part finishes with questions that lead to finding out further information not only about the festival from a Pagan perspective but also how others, including your own family celebrate.

Older children growing up in a Pagan household who would like to understand more, or others who feel drawn to learn about the Wheel of the Year, would enjoy reading and researching for themselves. For Pagan parents keen to develop their children's understanding this is a delightful little book to share and which would easily generate questions and conversation.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Dennis on 28 Mar. 2013
Format: Paperback
The book is very clear and easy to understand and is therefore an easy read for young and old. The book triggers the mind because it is a good combination, of stories, explanation and questions. These qualities make the book very useful as schoolbook or something similar and is it perfect for the age range 7 - 11. Parents, teachers, etc, can use it while they are helping the children if the need should arise, but I am sure that most children will be able to manage on their own.
I think that most adults will like it too, even though it is written for children.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Vate pathfollower on 28 Mar. 2013
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This book is a gem! Its perfect for any parent/child educator/minder etc who wants to introduce pagan elements and festivals to their children in a gentle but informative way. Each section has a charming story, and a cleverly put together quiz to encourage children to fully engage with each festival. All pagan paths are examined with a sympathetic approach, both from a current and historic prospective, giving solid grounding to parent and educator alike.

In short, this book is a wealth of information and valuable resource, and definately recommended.
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