Pagan Kids is an all-inclusive online resource for Norse pagan families. Here you will find:
Quick and informative information about:
The Viking Age lifestyle, Norse Mythology, Scandinavian folklore, fairy tales and traditions
Free printable activities for kids with accompanying mini-lessons
Children's books written by Jennifer Hartman
Family activities for Norse pagan celebrations and festivals
Heathen Barn by Pagan Kids offers clothing and items for men, women, children and babies. Proceeds go towards paying for illustrations, projects, and helping our community grow.
Reviews of Old Mother Frost
This exquisitely illustrated book introduces young children to Old Mother Frost and some of the traditional activities families engage in during the holidays. It is a delightfully cozy book that begs to be read by a roaring fire with a hot chocolate loaded with marshmallows and cream! I would also be tempted to display it on a shelf alongside other Yuletide decorations; it just has a feel of the season.
- Debi Gregory, Witch Path Forward
"My son really likes it! Last night was our first night of seasonal books, and he was so excited to choose it for the first, but REALLY liked the facts at the end. He did a short video review for the family and wanted to read each tidbit to them. We're definitely excited to see more of your work!" - Tracey Ouellette
My copy of Old Mother Frost arrived in the mail today; it's beautiful in person! My four-year-old declared it, "Good! I've never seen a person in the sky before!" She noticed right away that Old Mother Frost's hair had changed when she came down to earth, and she loved double-checking all the pictures to see if the kids appeared to be happy, healthy and festive. It's a lovely addition to our holiday bookshelf. - Laura Bontje, Dec 10, 2020
UPDATE: I came downstairs to find my daughter trying to recite Old Mother Frost aloud to herself this morning; it was very cute. She was excited to hear that you're writing another book!"
"Happy (almost) Christmas Eve! This book is 😍. I got it for Arianna as an early Christmas present, and I love it. It's perfect for anyone interested in the pagan holiday of Yule. It tells the story of a kind Norse goddess who brings joy to children every Yuletide season. I am super obsessed with this book. I hid it after we read it, so she didn't destroy it." - Michelle Cerone
Reviews of Who Is That in the Sky?
As a mother of three young ones, I really enjoyed reading “Who Is That in the Sky?” from start to finish, I was engaged with the solar cycles of a day/night period. It would really help toddlers understand timing of the sun and moon. The colour palette is gentle, with the added bonus of exploding, powerful Norse deities throughout the pages. Explaining when they arrive – giving us light with sun or dark with moon. The Nordic type font is perfectly placed with simple yet informative sentences, a must-read by a toasty fire. - Jenny Catalano, Celtic Nations Magazine
"This children's book is excellent. I totally recommend this. While it is not "Saxon centered" it doesn't need to be. I think the Gods/Goddesses were essentially the same, and the artwork in the book is amazing. WONDERFUL!" - Robert Sass, Aldsidu: Saxon Heathenry
"We were so excited to get our copy just in time for our little heathen's second birthday! It's so hard to find high quality books for kiddos, and this has been such a joy to add to the bedtime reading rotation! Little dude loves the horses and points to the cloud drawings and says, "Woooow!" Thank you so much for creating a great introduction to Norse mythology for littles like ours!" - Haley Howard (Winner of the advanced copy)
Norse Pagan fashion for the whole family
Heathen Barn by Pagan Kids takes inspiration from Norse mythology, folklore and Norse paganism and turns them into modern designs you and your family will feel great wearing.
All proceeds from Heathen Barn go toward supporting Pagan Kids initiatives; such as:
creating more children's books, affording design programs for awesome content, research tools, and supporting other artists of our community.