Rupert's Tales Books
Rupert the rabbit is curious, furry, brown, and helpful, and it seems his lessons never end! Hardcover
CLEANS UP: With the help of human, animal, and fairy friends, he learns about reducing, reusing, and recycling, and how each of us has an important part to play in taking care of the world around us. A cloud of dragonflies, a singing frog, a lonely snail, a smart cat, and even a clever crow all have things to teach Rupert throughout his adventures in these four stories. Rupert's Tales are enhanced by 40 vivid pastel illustrations that create scenes sure to spark a sense of wonder at the beauty of nature. Lyrically enchanting, Rupert's adventures lovingly introduce children to the important task of fostering our natural environment.
Number of pages: 64.
RED WHEEL OF THE YEAR: A groundbreaking story that collects, commemorates, and illuminates traditional, sacred Pagan practices and beliefs in a fresh, contemporary, and whimsical style. Join Rupert the rabbit on his adventures as he sets out to discover how and why people leave their homes to celebrate seasonal holidays in the forest where he lives. As Rupert's journey unfolds throughout the seasons, he meets owls, fairies, and old friends who teach him about the Wheel of the Year. Beautifully illustrated, this book is an excellent starting point for young children being raised within the loose structure of the various Pagan traditions. You don't have to be Pagan to be enchanted by Rupert and the magick found in his tales.Hardback.Author: Kyrja.Number of pages: 64.
WHEEL OF THE YEAR: Come along with Rupert the rabbit as he again travels through the Wheel of the Year. In this second book of adventures, he learns about tolerance, respect, and acceptance, and discovers how people celebrate seasonal holidays in the forest where he lives. The tales (one for each season Samhain, Yule, Imbolc, and Ostara) set the stage for our furry friend to understand the importance of the seasons and that remembering love and laughter is always wise. He learns about decorations, songs, symbols, and how important the sun and its warmth really are. Join Rupert as he meets a new fairy friend and lots of girls and boys. Find out how someone very special steals Rupert's heart!Author: Kyrja.Number of pages: 64.
BEDTIME STORIES: An enchanting collection of four rhyming bedtime stories, children will be encouraged to discover new ways of exploring and directing dreamtime that comes naturally from their minds and hearts. Meet the very tired and hungry Brody the bat who helps Rupert learn about going to sleep, and a colorful dragon that knows all about dreaming. Merissa the Mermaid and Flora the Frog are the perfect duo to talk about sending bad dreams away and the Guardian of Dreams is there to protect dreamers as they sleep. Inspiration for reluctant and eager sleepers alike can be found in this assortment of charming, creative tales.Author: Kyrja - Bennington Osborn, Tonia.Number of pages: 64.
LEARNING MAGIC: Follow the adventures of Rupert the rabbit as he learns that intentions and imagination are two of the most important ingredients in all things magickal. In Tools of the Craft, Rupert meets a family who has come to teach their children about tools they use in crafting magick. Rupert's Magickal Imagination has him watching children practicing using their intentions when one of them wonders what happens if you don't believe in magick. With two rhyming stories and 23 vibrant illustrations, this book offers an enchanting way to help your child begin a journey to learn about magick. For readers aged 5 to 8.Author: Kyrja - Osborn, Tonia Benington.Number of pages: 56
MAKING MORE MAGIC: Rupert learns more in this second book about making magick, including the meaning of symbols, some that are familiar and some that are new to him. Rupert meets Grandmother Spinner, a very wise spider who helps him to understand why three children are gathering items in the forest to build an altar; and Goddess makes an appearance to teach Rupert and some of his friends how the moon reminds people of the Maiden, Mother, and Crone. With 16 enchanting illustrations, these two rhyming stories offer children a glimpse of the vibrant journey ahead of them as they learn more about how to make magick. For readers aged 5 to 8.