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Book Title: The Last Wild Witch: An Eco-Fable for Kids and Other Free Spirits|
The author of the book: Starhawk
Edition: Mother Tongue Ink
Date of issue: August 1st 2009
ISBN 13: 9781890931599
Format files: PDF
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This book is a huge favorite in our house. It's a little wordy for the youngest ones, but my 3-year-old has no trouble sitting still as she is captivated by the story and the beautiful illustrations. (We also had the good fortune to attend a play version of this book done by a children's theater in San Francisco, which was awesome and magical.) I love the eco-awareness, the witch-positivity (rare in young children's books), and the focus on coming together for collective action rather than looking to a heroic individual to save the day. (That last is truly rare in books for any age.)
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Read information about the authorStarhawk is an author, activist, permaculture designer and teacher, and a prominent voice in modern Goddess religion and earth-based spirituality. She is the author or coauthor of thirteen books, including the classics The Spiral Dance and The Fifth Sacred Thing. Her latest is the newly published fiction novel City of Refuge, the long-awaited sequel to The Fifth Sacred Thing.
Starhawk directs Earth Activist Training, (www.earthactivisttraining.org), teaching permaculture design grounded in spirit and with a focus on organizing and activism. “Social permaculture”—the conscious design of regenerative human systems, is a particular focus of hers.
She lives on Golden Rabbit Ranch in Western Sonoma County, CA, where she is developing a model of carbon-sequestering land use incorporating food forests and savannahs, planned grazing, and regenerative forestry.
She travels internationally, lecturing and teaching on earth-based spirituality, permaculture, and the skills of activism. Her web site is www.starhawk.org.