google helps abit theres a magazine but i dont know what ages they are aimed at
?The Pooka Pages? is a free web based Pagan Youth magazine published and illustrated by Lora Craig-Gaddis eight times a year, for elementary aged kids. It features stories about Pooka, a black cat and his witch, Elsie. Elsie is the village healer who makes herbal potions. The stories also feature Nathan, a crow, and a fairy named Thistle. Other articles include book reviews, herbal recipes, tasty recipes for the holiday, and a child?s book of shadows. Best of all, the magazine is published in PDF format and can be easily printed and shared offline.
?Broomstix? is another free web based magazine; also published eight time a year, just before each holiday, but for a slightly older audience. It features articles on astrology, crystals and stones, interviews of Pagan Elders and authors, a little ancient Pagan history and historical sacred sites. Broomstix is not published in a printable format, and does require a higher level of reading skills than ?The Pooka Pages?.
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