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The first children’s book by visionary author and earth activist Starhawk, magically illustrated by painter Lindy Kehoe, The Last Wild Witch is a fable for our time.
This is the story of how the children of the perfect town found their joy and courage, and saved the last wild Witch and the last magic forest from destruction
The Last Wild Witch is recognized internationally for helping readers “...imagine a world...as it could be with abundant possibilities.” Every copy proudly wears the embossed Silver Nautilus Winner award.
Kait is an artist who's art is held in private collections across the globe, including Australia, Canada, Chile, France, Germany, Italy, The Netherlands, The U.K., and The United States. Learn more at her website.
"My small child within had a fascinating frolic through the colorful pages of this tiny book. My adult mind noticed that Starhawk remains true to her vision of the wonderful Goddess and this beautiful Earth. Like all children's tales this story has a moral: at the end, people will always go for the best because it's better than the least, and that's good for all. Starhawk's words appeal, Lindy Kehoe's pictures are pretty and draw you in. This ethereal book is a very clever endeavor."
"I bought this book as a birthday present for my 4 year old nephew. My father has informed me that he loved it and insisted his “Opa” read it to him while his mother (my sister) was at a late staff meeting, which my father did. 2/3 of the way into the (noteably long) story and my nephew was *enthralled.* (my father’s exact word) The following morning when my sister and nephew made a pit stop at my parents’ house on their way to work/school my nephew still had his book with him and wanted his Opa to read some more to him, which he did. Still more to read and my nephew couldn’t be happier!"
"This book is a gem. The illustrations are beautiful and charming and the story opened up a great conversation with my kids about honoring the wild as in wild places in nature AND in ourselves ( of course we are part of nature as well. But we often don't think about this when we hear the word 'nature'.) So my children talked about honoring the wild landscapes inside of us as well. It's a great story about uniqueness and non-conformity as well as taking action ourselves."
The Last Wild Witch—Children’s Book
• 34 full color pages, 8x10, Softbound
• ISBN: 978-1-890931-94-0 $9.95