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Let's Have a Labyrinth Party, by Lani Rossetta
Labyrinths for Kids, by Lani Rossetta
These books are very basic, but then again, so is its subject matter and audience. It shows how to draw classical labyrinths and decorate them in various ways for young children, who can amuse themselves endlessly in such activities.

The Rhythmical Structure of the Medieval Labyrinth, by Jacques Hebert
This is a topic that I have recently been studying. The author has carried the subject to what he believes is its farthest extension. He shows the kind of research that is being done independently by many unheralded and dedicated folks.Website (English and French): www.labyreims.com

Earth Mazes, by Alex Champion
The author was one of the first people in the dowsing community to go public as a labyrinth builder. He also makes multi-cursal designs. He has a number of articles and essays available through his website.
Website: www.earthsymbols.com

Step by Step: How to Introduce the Labyrinth, by Georgiana Lofty
I don't know if this is available any longer from the author. I found it to be one of the most practical sources of information and advice for beginners.

Children and the Labyrinth: Liturgical and non-liturgical uses, by Christine Kallstrom
This is a book that contains many types of activities with children. The labyrinth serves as an organizing principle as children explore movement, music, Bible stories, and more. The author has a site in the country for educating children about nature. To order the book see www.treetopsintheforest.org.

Labyrinths, What Are They? by Kay Torrez
This colorful book is not available, as the author is no longer living. It made up in enthusiasm what it lacked in proofreading and editing.

Rocklady: The Building of a Labyrinth by Norah Griggs
Personal account of building a labyrinth.

Poetry in Motion by Lea Goode-Harris
This is a quick primer on writing poetry, using the labyrinth to assist. Lea knows of what she speaks. Her own poetry is lovely.

Ladybug Labyrinth: a journey home, by Lea Goode-Harris
This is a tiny children's book, with a poem about a ladybug and a tiny piece that can be moved through the accompanying labyrinth. The set is available from the author at www.srlabyrinthfoundation.com.

The Labyrinth Process: Finding a Way To the Gold of Your Heart Through Opposites and the Difficult Places in Life by Lea Goode-Harris
This book describes a process for reconciling opposites and conflict using a Santa Rosa labyrinth and sacred geometry. Based on her doctoral thesis, Lea uses real life examples to show how the process works.

The Energy of the Labyrinth, by Anne Nesbitt
Draw one line of the labyrinth. How does that feel? Now draw another. How does it feel? This book helps you tune into the energy of labyrinths.

Making Your Own Labyrinth the Easy Way, by Anne Nesbitt
Like the instructions here on our website (instructions), this book says what to do, but doesn't explain why. For that, you need a full manual. (See products.). The basic instructions are quite straight forward.

The Labyrith & Tai Chi, by Anne Nesbitt
This book is a natural offering from the author given her interest in energy and the labyrinth. It would be more visual if it were a video.

A Young Pilgrim's Guide to Walking the Labyrinth, by Diana Wheeler
Just what you would expect for a basic book for children, somewhat repetitive in having the Chartres design 16 times. Repeats the usual labyrinth myths, but is still very helpful.

On My Path: A Very Young Pilgrim's Guide to Walking the Labyrinth, by Diana Wheeler
This is written very simply for a very young audience. Diana can be reached at diana@labyrinths4kids.com.