What teaching do girls receive when they become women? Are they of strength, grace, and creativity?
Most books on the subject focus on physical changes. Moon Time Prayer offers another perspective.
Over strawberry leaf tea, we join young Sparrow as her Auntie and Grandmother share the teachings of women’s moon time.
Indigenous wisdom, passed through generations, is offered in this playful, yet powerful, story.
Author, Cindy Gaudet PhD, is French Métis from the land of living skies and an Asst. Professor at The University of Alberta. She was inspired to create Moon Time Prayer for “Young girls preparing for womanhood and all women who have been misinformed about women’s natural cycles.”
Featuring breathtaking artwork by Leah Dorion, and a 28-day moon journal, a new/old narrative on this rite of passage is easily available on Amazon in print or as an eBook.
Kim Anderson, Cree/Métis author says: “This is such an important book, as it will assist us in reclaiming traditions of the sacred feminine that once were common among our people. Every girl should have a copy!”