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Walk The Wheel – imperfect copies


Copies of Walk The Wheel with slight cosmetic damage to the cover, but no impact on the structure of the book or the magic of the eight beautifully illustrated tales inside.

Softcover, 88 pages


3 in stock

Practically perfect in almost every way, these copies of Walk The Wheel have small defects on the cover. They aren’t hugely noticeable and there is no damage to the inside or to any of the illustrations or stories. Please see the photos included in the product gallery. Ideal for anyone who isn’t fussy about the cover and just wants access to great stories and magical illustrations!

“Each of these beautifully written, delightful, and uplifting tales is an invitation to step into another world, alive with the magic of fairy-tale. Multi-layered and intriguing…filled with our reciprocal relationship with Nature…They are a reminder of our deeper connections with Nature and the cycles of the year.”

Glennie Kindred, artist and author of Sacred Earth Celebrations and Walking With Trees

Shaped by folk traditions from across the British Isles and the seasonal ‘Wheel of the Year’ these stories bring to life the Equinoxes, Solstices and ‘Celtic Fire Festivals’ with characters both human and more-than.

Weaving the elegance of fairytales with fresh ideas that defy gender-roles and stereotypes, Tomlin’s tales are perfect to read aloud with children and friends, or to enjoy alone; immersing your in the flow of the seasonal year.

Perfect for wild hearts and nature lovers, pagan families, and those embracing a nature-based spirituality. These stories connect you to the ancient cycle of the seasons, as experienced in the Northern Hemisphere. They encourage you to take notice and to explore how you, wild human, might cycle with them.

All copies come gift wrapped and are posted using eco-friendly, fully recyclable packaging.

Softcover, 88 pages.

ISBN: 978-1-3999-4582-0
Published in UK, 2023

Written by Keli Tomlin
Illustrated by Michelle Shore
Foreword by Lottie Randomly, folk practitioner, writer and educator

Weight 0.165 kg
Dimensions 20 × 12.5 × 0.07 cm


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