What Teen Witch offers is an easy-to-grasp introduction to the Craft that answers the basic questions about what being a witch is really all about, and RavenWolf provides a long list of follow-up material for anyone who feels that witchcraft might be the path he or she wants to follow. Writing a book for teenagers about any religion is a tricky prospect, but Mama Silver tackles the problem of discussing an ancient path that has suffered a long history of persecution and negative stereotypes in a way that doesn't step on anyone's toes and shouldn't offend the religious sensibilities of anyone with a mind open to the truth. --Brian Patterson
The quality was very disappointing. A lot of highlighting, underlining and notes. However I love the book itself. It was very informative and helpful to me.Published 2 months ago by Bernie D. Texas
I got this book when I was about 15 and I played (yeah actually played because I didn't learn how to do anything real) around with the concepts for a few months until I moved onto... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Sara Rausch
I use this book as a teaching tool for my students 10-15 years old. It is worded in a way that helps them understand the fundimentals of the craft without loosing the importance of... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Kristy Dunn
I just received this book and I do have to say, it is well written. Very simple to follow and understand.Published 8 months ago by Becky
It was okay. I can't say that the spells were groundbreaking, but it did explain Wicca to me, which I do find it to be a fascinating religion. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Butterfly
I’ve never been one to big on religion, yet I’ve studied a lot of them. So, when a friend of mine had their daughter jump into WICCA and witchcraft they asked me for a book. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Jes
thanx for the fast shipping!
but you should chang the cover pic to the new one since its revised and dose not have all the same stuff in it, as the older one dose.