The Teen Spell Book: Magick for Young Witches

The Teen Spell Book Magick for Young Witches Teens who desire personal empowerment a connection to old traditions or an alternative spirituality will be enchanted with this definitive volume of spells and Wiccan lore written especially for tee

  • Title: The Teen Spell Book: Magick for Young Witches
  • Author: Jamie Martinez Wood
  • ISBN: 9781587611155
  • Page: 459
  • Format: Paperback
  • Teens who desire personal empowerment, a connection to old traditions, or an alternative spirituality will be enchanted with this definitive volume of spells and Wiccan lore written especially for teenagers THE TEEN SPELL BOOK contains such essential information as how to cast a spell, tools of the trade, Wiccan holidays, and an invaluable resource guide Wood provides 7Teens who desire personal empowerment, a connection to old traditions, or an alternative spirituality will be enchanted with this definitive volume of spells and Wiccan lore written especially for teenagers THE TEEN SPELL BOOK contains such essential information as how to cast a spell, tools of the trade, Wiccan holidays, and an invaluable resource guide Wood provides 75 spells including finding a true friend, banishing sexual harassment, and foreseeing the future The ultimate guide to girl and guy power Exquisitely illustrated with vintage art of fairies, magical creatures, and enchanted nature.Reviews This is a very attractive book, beautifully published this book stands out from the competition The Unicorn I cannot even begin to express my happiness with this newest release from Jamie Wood Not only has she approached the subject of teen paganism with insight and bravado, she s done it without talking down, or gathering groupies E TEEN SPELL BOOK is being given high recommendation when we are asked for a suggested reading list This is going to be THE book folks if you are a teen, the parent of a teen or child, you should have this one on your shelves Prolific Pagans Instructions on casting spells such as how to meet a celebrity might add spice to your Halloween soiree Boston Herald

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    1. I loved this book. I've read many Wiccan teen books, but this one provided me with he most information. I love how it even has links and addresses for Wiccan stores; not many people no where to find them. 10/10!!!!! Wonderful read!!!

    2. As someone who is interested in finding my own place in the spiritual world, it was worth a read to find out where I belonged and how I can combine by catholic upbringing with my connection to nature and the world around me. This book was informative with history, options, more information, and the typical spells one would imagine they would find in a book on Wiccan ways. It makes me want to research more in hopes that I one day find my divinity.

    3. So I picked uo this book because I was tired of reading occult books that were overly mysterious and impossible to understand, and I figured if it was aimed at teens it'd have to be lower resding level, basic, watered down stuff.I got what I expected, in that regard. I also got what I should have expected and didn't: spells aimed at all those teenage problems that kinda stop being problems after high school. I don't want to call the spells shallow, but they're intended for an audience I don't fa [...]

    4. This was the first book I read about Wicca and Witchcraft. It was definitely a nice start and taught my clueless brain all I needed to get started, but it's not everything.It did give me some historical information, some starter spells, and a couple good lists of things like supplies and historical witches, but still, not enoughybe that was the point, but that doesn't make that feeling any different.It left holes in my brain where information on the topics she touched on should have been, and ki [...]

    5. I remember buying this and thinking it was the coolest thing ever.But then I actually started to study Wicca.Only one spell in here has served me any purpose so far, but I keep it on the shelf for display, anyway.

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