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The future is waiting to be written by the strong, beautiful children of today.
In a world in which things often feel out of control, isn't it nice for children to learn they have choices and can connect with their inner guidance?
Tarot a fantastic tool for teaching kids verbal and decision-making skills, how to set goals and move toward the outcome they want, and how to trust their instincts. It is like a trusted friend, one you can count on for advice and support.
Remember: the cards tell a story, but you write the ending. With Tarot for Kids, children are invited to narrate their own stories and find their power.
Theresa Reed has been a professional, full-time Tarot reader for more than 25 years. A recognized expert in the field, she has been a keynote presenter at the Readers Studio, the world’s biggest Tarot conference, and coaches Tarot entrepreneurs via numerous online courses and her popular podcast, Talking Shop. Theresa lives in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. For more, see thetarotlady.com.
Kailey Whitman is a Philadelphia-based illustrator and designer. Her clients include the New York Times, the Village Voice, Grid magazine, Quarto, and many others. For more, see kaileywhitman.com.
A tarot deck featuring 78 beautifully illustrated cards and a 96-page guidebook that teaches kids about tarot and how to perform readings. Ages 8 and up.
Tarot is a great resource for advice, decision-making, understanding how to help your friends and family, making plans, avoiding drama, creative thinking, learning to trust your intuition, and so much more. Plus, it’s a lot of fun! Kids will love learning to read tarot, on their own or with their friends.
The deck features 78 beautiful cards illustrated by Kailey Whitman, based on the traditional Rider-Waite-Smith tarot deck. A few have been modified for this age group―for example, the “death” card is “change,” and the “lovers” card is “friends.”
The guidebook has everything kids need to begin, including a brief history of tarot, the meanings of the cards, and how to perform readings. It also includes resources to help kids set goals, build friendships, adjust an attitude, and listen to their own inner wisdom.
As author Theresa Reed, aka The Tarot Lady, reminds us: “The cards tell a story, but you write the ending.”