Teen Witch by Silver Ravenwolf

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I have actually had this book for a few years. I think I got it when I was 16. I am now 19 and I occasionally go back to it although not much. I found it a bit helpful three years ago, but it is something, you won’t really need after you are past the beginner stage.
It wasn’t really bad or really good. It could have been better if it didn’t have spells in it. I personally believe (as do many others) that you shouldn’t even be practicing magic until you know more about it.

I can’t really tell you whether to get this book or not. There are more than likely two types of people looking at these reviews right now. Young teens and parents of young teens. To each of you, this is what I say:

Young Teens: This is a good beginners book, there are better, but this book is good. Maybe you could borrow it off of someone or see if it’s in the library. If you follow through with becoming a Pagan, you most likely won’t need to refer back to it much later in life.

Parents of Young teens: It is OKAY for your child to read this book. If you aren’t sure, check out the look inside option first. Read it yourself first if you want to as well. Then buy him or her Wicca: a guide for the solitary practioner by Scott Cunningham. In addition to Teen Witch so that you child can see that there is more than one view about Witches and Pagans.

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I've been a nonfiction lover for as long as I can remember. I love children's nonfiction as well and love to share my knowledge and the books I gained them from, with the world. I wish more people would give nonfiction a chance.