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The Teen Spell Book: Magick for Young Witches Paperback – August 15, 2001
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by Jamie Wood
Paperback: black & white text and illustrations
This easy-to read book has so much information to offer anyone starting out in Wicca or for acclimated practitioners who are looking for some new ideas. Although the writer teaches some false issues (such as Wicca being an ancient tradition which predates Christianity) it makes up for its errors in other ways. Far from being newbie-ish, as many teen books tend to be, The Teen Spell Book teaches rather than preaches. There is a small section in the beginning which includes some history on Wicca (almost none of which is true, but can be overlooked) and follows with easy to read charts and step-by-step instructions.
Readers will find short and to-the-point chapters on information pertaining to Wicca, such as how to practice, and beliefs. The next chapter discusses the holidays and their traditions. Following these pages are beautifully decorated charts on Gods and Goddesses, listed by their holidays, animal totems, runes, and elementals. A short glossary is included in the back of the book. The information in this book is easy to locate and tends to be ordered as it would be in the reader's own book of shadows, taking things one step at a time.
Of course, most teens want to get to the main thing: spells. Never, in my years of teaching witchcraft have I seen such a compilation all in one place. In face, over 3/4 of the entire book is devoted entirely to spells, each one carefully laid out and easy to read with tools and materials easily accessible to teens. The spells in The Teen Spell Book are all incredibly useful. Some are for fun while others have real use in everyday life.Read more ›
I use this book as a wonderful reference when old issues emerge and I need a creative and less painful way to manage and deal with them. It doesn't have to be complicated to get the job done and teens (and adults alike) will appreciate that.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My niece loves this book! I was hoping for something with more easy ideas for kids, this seems like more of an adult book; but like I said, she loves it!Published 16 days ago by Aja Hamden
OK, I shelled out good money for this book expecting to get a hold of spells that would allow me to go thru life with little responsibility and what did I get? Bupkus!!! Read morePublished 6 months ago by Incitatus
I like how this book is set up, its well written. Me and my kids read it together.Published 9 months ago by kristina truman
This book is really good. It is a book I would recommend for any teen. Lots of great information about spirit and really beautiful. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Bridget R. Shen
this is a very great book because the author gives imformation on different kinds of witchcraft and also talks about the history also talks about modern wicca she also give lots... Read morePublished on December 15, 2013 by teen witch
I love this book i use it as a reference everyday for my magickal works i love the runes and the meanings and the spells workPublished on September 15, 2013 by Jade CentenoDavis