In this short picture book by first time children's book author Barbara Kring (and illustrated by author, welder, and Army veteran Annie Welch), a young girl spends the day experiencing a Pagan holiday with her Pagan parents. She learns the meanings of the some of the things that Pagan families do on their holidays, and learns about the eight major holidays of the year. This work is a must have for Pagan and Heathen parents, and for the parents of children who have Pagan friends at school or in the neighborhood.
Barbara Kring graduated from Scarborough High School in Maine. She started her studies in Anthropology at the University of Southern Maine before moving to Florida. An artist and writer, she has been published as contributing artist in "Hoofprints in the Wildwood: A Devotional Anthology for the Horned Lord." Barbara also contributed to writer Galina Krasskova's online blog. Other then writing children's books, she is also writing short stories. She lives in Florida with her mother where she bike rides, hikes, and camps.read more