Larisa Hunter

During her time with Kenaz Kindred she lectured at numerous Canadian heathen and pagan festivals, written articles for several books, and recently published her first book, “Fulltrui: Patrons in Asatru” (Megalithica Books, Immanion Press).


GOOP explores the reason behind why we sometimes don’t exactly look like our family members. Some of us may look different than our family and that’s ok. This book explains the concept of genetics in a simple way for littles to comprehend. It covers thoughts that kids have that sometimes make them feel they are just deposited by the cabbage patch fairies, but is that really true? Find out in GOOP!

How the Goop cover was made

By Cover Artist: Sheal Mullin-Berube


Function: Storyteller. Simon is the main narrator in Goop. He is fun, perky, and curious about himself.
Gender: Identifies as male
Age: About 9
Features: Brown hair, freckles
Personality traits: adventurous, imaginative, creative

Function: educator and friend, Simon tells us facts about our ‘traits’ and shares his knowledge
Gender: Identifies as male
Age: About 9
Features: brown/black
Personality traits: imaginary, smart, adventurous, and playful

Did you know?

In humansgenes vary in size from a few hundred DNA bases to more than 2 million bases. The Human Genome Project estimated that humans have between 20,000 and 25,000 genes. Every person has two copies of each gene, one inherited from each parent! Think like this…we all are made up of pieces from all our parents, ancestors, and more…we share common threads with all things on this planet, which means you are even related to squirrels. Next time someone asks you who your cousin is, point outside, find a squirrel and say, “That One”! The origin of the name Cimbri is unknown. One etymology[2] is PIE *tḱim-ro- “inhabitant”, from tḱoi-m- “home” (> English home), itself a derivation from tḱei- “live” (> Greek κτίζω, Latin sinō); then, the Germanic *himbra- finds an exact cognate in Slavic sębrъ “farmer” (> Croatian, Serbian sebar, Russian сябёр syabyor).

The name has also been related to the word kimme meaning “rim”, i.e., “the people of the coast”.[3] Finally, since Antiquity, the name has been related to that of the Cimmerians.[4] Himmerland (Old Danish Himbersysel) is generally thought to preserve their name;[5] Cimbri with a c would be an older form without Grimm’s law (PIE k > Germ. h). Alternatively, Latin c- represents an attempt to render the unfamiliar Proto-Germanic h = [x] (Latin h was [h] but was becoming silent in a common speech at the time), perhaps due to Celtic-speaking interpreters (a Celtic intermediary would also explain why Germanic *Þeuðanōz became Latin Teutones). Because of the similarity of the names, the Cimbri has been at times associated with Cymry, the Welsh name for themselves.[6] However, Cymry is derived from Brittonic *Kombrogi, meaning “compatriots”, and is linguistically unrelated to Cimbri.[7]

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Book Details

Language: ‎ English
Paperback: ‎ 25 pages
ISBN-10: ‎1989033245
ISBN-13: ‎ 978-1989033241
Item Weight: ‎ 3.04 ounces
UNSPSC-Code: ‎ 55101500
Dimensions: ‎ 8.5 x 0.06 x 8.5 inches

Release Date: September 9, 2019
BISAC: JUV013000;JUV029000
Illustration Style: Digital, Full Color

List Price
$14.00 [Print], $3.00 [Digital]

$3.00 Ebook

$14.00 Paperback