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Recommended Reading for Little Spiritual Beings

Updated: Apr 19, 2022

Here we will add some children's books that have long stood the test of time.

1: The Mountains of Tibet by Mordi Gerstein. For all ages

This charming story tells of a little boy's take of his life in Tibet and his awareness of his incarnation and re-incarnation into various lifetimes. It is a delightful look at the eternal light of the soul and how we are immortal and chose our destinies.

Please find the link to the Youtube reading:

2: Song of Celestine by James Redfield

The storyline relates the journey of young Celestine, who loses his way in the woods and ends up on a quest for life's deeper meaning. Spiritually deep layers which unfold as your child grows. beautifully illustrated for the younger children.

Temporary link to the Youtube reading until we have ours uploaded onto the Circle of the Childrens guardians channel:

3: The Paperbag Princess by Robert Munsch

One of our favourites for empowerment, self identity and creative problem solving

Please find the link to the Youtube reading

4: The Little Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry.

The Little Prince essentially shares with us that love is all-important and allows us to truly see to the heart and beauty of all things. It also touches self empowering choices and "just because you are lonely doesn't mean you should put up with poor treatment"

Spiritual Meditations for sleep time.

Mountains, Meadows, and Moonbeams

A Child's Spiritual Reader 1992 by Mary Summer Rain

Mary Summer Rain believes that "It is our spiritual responsibility to ensure that each

child's understanding of the truths is as comprehensive as possible." Here is a simple, delightful, easy-to-read book, full of illustrations for coloring, which will help parents nuture the imagination and creativity of their children, and help the children understand where we all came from and who we, as human beings, really are.

No Youtube link available at this point - watch this space.

Hawk Feather - Earth Warriors by Kate L Dillon

Immersed in her cultures’ spiritual world of visions, shamanism, connection to nature and the Great Spirit, Hawk Feather shares with the reader relative childhood adventures, emotions and family connections along the way.

She must pull upon all of her learning as an inherent warrior, warn the elders and take part in a multi-dimensional ritual to eliminate the threat. At the same time, she learns at a deeper level her connection to all that is, the power of unity, love and ancestry.

Hawk Feather is aimed at 4-9/10 year olds.

Available via this site

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