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The Last Wild Witch: An Eco-Fable for Kids and Other Free Spirits (Englisch) Gebundene Ausgabe – 1. September 2009

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The Last Wild Witch The first children's book by a visionary author and activist, "The Last Wild Witch" tells a tale of how the children of a perfect town let a little wildness get inside of them, how they find their joy and courage, and how they save the last wild witch and the last magic forest from disappearing. Full color. Full description

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Das Buch ist wunderschön mit ganzseitigen Bildern illustriert. Der englische Text ist für größere Kinder durch viele Wiederholungen bald verständlich bzw. einfach zu übersetzen. Die Geschichte stellt eine geordnete, sterile Erwachsenenwelt einer ursprünglich-wilden, naturverbundenen Kinderwelt gegenüber und löst diesen Widerspruch am Ende auf.
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2.0 von 5 Sternen Sorry, but not for little kids... 18. Februar 2015
Von Momma Green - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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The illustrations are lovely. The message is what you would expect in a pagan children's book. The story, however, is lengthy, uninspired, and it rambles painfully. There is no repetition, no rhythm or lyrical feeling. Honestly, I don't get the impression that the person who wrote it is a writer at all. It's preachy, obvious, and just flat. The illustrations and category clearly make this a children's book. However, I could barely make myself read the whole thing. There is no way on this green Earth that my toddler would listen to it, and he is OBSESSED with books. I plan on showing him the pictures and reading my own words when he is older, but I shouldn't have to do that. I could see this story holding a school aged child's attention, but they wouldn't really need the pictures, and they would probably want more length and character development, besides. Overall, I'm sorry to say that this book was a terrible disappointment. Perhaps others will have better luck.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Beautiful & Beautifully illustrated story... 8. Juli 2010
Von Grail - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I love this story, I've even read it aloud to a bunch of adults (who *loved* it - how small children, via Direct Action, save the forest... ;D ).
I think it's a really sweet story, *magical* illustrations, and worth the purchase.
32 pages of actual story, including pictures.

For this review, I'll discuss some tips & challenges for reading to a 3 year old, since that what I've been doing most, and that's a bit below the recommended age for this story.

* Discuss the pictures more, and read less of the text. E.g. you can see faces on the trees because it's a magic forest, and cut back the text you read to a gist.
* Use familiar language. I explained the witch was brewing a magical soup, and the little ones seemed to find 'magic soup' way more fascinating.
* Use actions - stirring soup, playing the drum, falling leaves, blocking your ears etc.
* I was very seriously told when reading the 8th page "dancing with the rabbits and deer and birds" that I had missed the fox (skunk?) because that was in the picture, and not the text, and on a later page that 'Sally Violet' wasn't there, because she wasn't in the picture (I said she was probably behind the tree). So, again, adapt it a little so they can really clearly understand the relation between the words and the pictures, as the pictures are a bit abstract (and the kid on pg 6 is either cartwheeling or wearing butterfly wings depending on insistence).

Oddly, despite thinking it's a bit complex for 3 years of age, it's a popularly requested story!
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Empowering story for children 11. Mai 2012
Von journalcoach - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I love this book and so do my grandchildren. While it is magical in many ways the solution to the problem is not magically solved but requires the decision and action of the children. It puts the power for change in our own hands. Too often we blame the powers that be for the problem and we hope for some external powerful solution. The book promotes the idea that if we want change we have to take a risk sometimes. We have to reclaim our power. This message is not preached (at all!) but demonstrated in a humorous fashion. My six year old granddaughter wanted me to read it to her over and over. There are layers in this book and yes even adults can enjoy reading it to the young ones.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Wonderful and educational story! (plus beautiful illustrations) 12. November 2014
Von Laura Boling - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Such a wonderful story for kids to learn about both diversity of religions (to some degree, depending upon if you focus on the element of the woman in the story being a true witch--not like the ones from Halloween or scary stories) AND the importance of protecting the environment. I also really love that the story highlights the power that kids can have--in a world mostly driven by adults and money and greed--to make a difference and stand up for what's right! My son loves this book and so do we :)
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5.0 von 5 Sternen The Last Wild Witch by Starhawk 15. Februar 2014
Von william newmoon - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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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.
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