*List of websites for parents for children*Updated 2/20/07

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*List of websites for parents for children*Updated 2/20/07

Postby Kat Lady » 05 Jul 2006, 01:21

Below is a list of websites compiled from the "What do I read my children" thread.  I have locked this thread so that it remains set apart for a concise list and will add to it as needed.

Triple Spiral Magazine http://www.triplespiral.co.uk***This in on this particular link(Thanks Debbi!):
Just to let you know that the Triple Spiral magazine is no longer in publication, but the website doesn't reflect this, and if you click "subscribe" it still takes you to the Paypal site.  I got this year's Spring Summer issue in January, with the following note attached:

"As you will see in the editorial, this is the final issue of The Triple Spiral, coinciding with a move of address for me, hence the extra early publication of this Spring/Summer issue."  She then goes on to recommend a few other websites that might be useful.  

http://www.ncf.carleton.ca/~bj333/HomeP ... ml#samhain. Samhain customs
http://www.greenspirit.org.uk/resources/samhain.html Samhain Rituals
http://www.worldprayers.org/index.html World Prayers Site
http://www.worldoffroud.com/www/oldoak/ ... /index.cfm
http://www.greenmanreview.com/book/book ... ttage.html
http://www.spilledcandy.com (added 7/5/06)
http://www.florisbooks.co.uk (added 7/7/06)
http://www.homestead.com/barbooch/books1.html (added 7/7/06)
http://www.homestead.com/barbooch/picturebooks.html (added 7/7/06)

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