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by Vila SpiderHawk,Smoky Trudeau,Kimberlee Williams

eBook Forest Song: Finding Home ePub
Author: Vila SpiderHawk,Smoky Trudeau,Kimberlee Williams
Language: English
ISBN: 0981473989
ISBN13: 978-0981473987
Publisher: Vanilla Heart Publishing; 1st edition (February 15, 2008)
Category: Genre Fiction
Subcategory: Literature
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 938
Formats: doc rtf azw lit
ePub file: 1648 kb
Fb2 file: 1435 kb

1894 downloads at 25 mb/s. The story of Judy Baumann s struggle to escape to her true home in the woods and to grow into her power there.

1894 downloads at 25 mb/s. A cast of magical characters, including a witch, the witch s consort, a family of fairies, an ancient oak, and a bevy of animals each help her in this enterprise.

With words as magical as the realms she so skillfully describes, Vila Spiderhawk's charming voice shines through the pages of "Forest Song: Finding Home". Spellbinding bits of wisdom are delightfully threaded through the fibers of a most enchanting story, in which harsh reality and blissful fantasy dance gracefully together.

Vila Spiderhawk has a truly amazing talent. Within the pages of Vila SpiderHawk's book,"Forest Song: Little Mother" we continue to follow Judy as she learns and comes into her true self. Her writing style is beautiful, easy to read, and is thoroughly captivating. Her knowledge of herbs, ritual, and magic shines through every page, drawing the reader into a place where magick flows strongly through people, animals, trees and stones. As with,"Forest Song: Finding Home" I could connect to Judy as she grows, learns, and becomes her magic. I felt the disgust and horror of the war and the wonder of first love.

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The story of Judy Baumann s struggle to escape to her true home in the woods and to grow into her power there. A cast of magical characters, including a witch, the witch s consort, a family of fairies, an ancient oak, and a bevy of animals each help her in this enterprise. We lived just at the edge of the frontier, as Mama called it, at the border of civilization. According to her the woods beyond our field was a lawless place, full of perils far worse than I could imagine, and so she made me promise to stay in our back yard or, if I was with my brother or an adult, the field beyond. But never did she allow me near the woods. She worried about the forest and other dangers too, man dangers. That's what she called them. Man dangers. The story, situated between Germany and Poland, begins in 1929 and ends in 1933 when Judy becomes a woman.
Grokinos
The story is told through the eyes of a young child so you can understand some lack of initial story development, but after 400 pages and countless pagan type rituals not much really happens here. Although the reflections of how the child feels at home seem authentic, once she goes back to the woods, that level of realness goes away. I am surprised that the child had any hair left for the numbers of time that caring and compassion where communicated by head stroking, back rubs, or holding her face in another's hands. There is a death of one of the "woods" characters that devastate them completely, but there was no development of that relationship to explain why. It seemed to just be a cliché on teaching about the cycle of life and death. There is a bigger storyline presented on what is happening outside the woods as Hitler takes control and how they have to help, but again, nothing really happens there. The same is true for how the story resolves or evolves with the child's natural family and specifically the mother. Apparently this is a set up for more books to follow but not enough for me to pursue any further.
Manemanu
I read a lot & a lot of the books I get are fun but shallow. I accidentally ran across this book, the price was right so I thought I'd try it. I hit gold. This book totally impressed me. This is truly a masterpiece. It starts of with a willful child who won't stay home. It is set in Poland at the start of Hitler's regime. You are given so many details you see, smell, & feel you are Judy, the child. You get an insight into the lives of people at that time. You can hear the dishes rattle You can taste the array of vegetables,& you can smell the soup. This child runs from her family's home and into an enchanted forest. She chooses to remain in the forest & grows up, learning that the forest is full of magick. You'll feel like Alice in Wonderland when you read about all her wondrous experiences. I don't want to be a spoiler but this is a must read. This is the first book of a trilogy & appropriate for teens & adults.
INwhite
With words as magical as the realms she so skillfully describes, Vila Spiderhawk's charming voice shines through the pages of "Forest Song: Finding Home".
Spellbinding bits of wisdom are delightfully threaded through the fibers of a most enchanting story, in which harsh reality and blissful fantasy dance gracefully together.
The reader can't help identifying with at least one of the wonderful characters in the story, especially Judy, the young and courageous little girl whom, under the watchful eye of her teacher Matka Lasu, is gradually initiated into the mysteries of womanhood, birth and death; through Judy's eyes, one sees the connection with all expressions of life and glimpses at the greater concept of being part of a whole.
In the end, as Judy finds herself reflected into the very thing she feared in the beginning, she discovers that embracing one's fears is the road that will lead to one's true power.
"Forest Song: Finding Home" is a book I will not soon forget, and I certainly believe that it is a must-read for all who seek greater enlightenment, or even for those who just need a good story to brighten their day.

- Sandra Carrington-Smith, Author of "The Book of Obeah" and "Housekeeping For The Soul"
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MOQ
I was excited to begin this book after reading Ms. SpiderHawk's book Hidden Passages: Tales of to Honor the Crone. I was definitely not disappointed. The story begins with a young girl, Judy, living with her family in Germany. Her family builds a wrought iron fence to attempt to contain her. Judy hears the song of the forest and constantly tries to break through and run for the woods. She realizes at a young age that she doesn't fit in with "city life." When Judy finally makes it to the woods, it changes her whole world. She sees and hears things differently than what she is used to. The lessons that she learns are essential to all of us. Those she meets in the woods become more of a family than she ever had with her biological family. Judy learns about relationships, magic, and ways to honor nature and Goddesses.

I found myself rereading sections because the messages in the story are so profound. I can see myself becoming more involved. I felt very strong about this message: "But rituals are important. Without them it's easy to forget who you are. And if you lose yourself you can't help other people."

Ms SpiderHawk is a talented storyteller and I believe I will be rereading this story again and again. I am sure that I would enjoy any book that she wrote and I am already looking forward to her next book.
Pringles
This book is the beginning of a trilogy, which is a coming of age story, and more, of a girl in pre-WW 2 Europe. She feels the call of the forest and eventually makes her home there. The people who take her in, the people she helps, and the risks they take as the war becomes more inevitable makes the story more than just the girl finding herself in the world. There are episodes of love and trust, the growing tensions outside the forest, the growing confidence of the girl who learns the magic of the forest, the horror of war, and the chance for redemption. It's a great series. Oh, and it's about magic too.
Tantil
This book made me fall in love with Ms. Spiderhawk's mind. I have not yet read her equal in writing such clear images with only words. When going through the forest with Judy, I can see the leaves, smell the earth, feel the cool air on my face and the twigs crunching under my feet. The story of little Judy going from a place which oppressed her spirit to one which enriched every aspect of her life is beautifully told in this book. I strongly recommend Forest Song: Finding Home to readers of all ages.
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