The truth about witches book
The Truth about Witches by Eric BraunMost of the pictures in this 32 page book are great and the pages are filled with information about witches. I loved looking at all the different faces and styles of witches throughout history which are geared towards children and the author was able to provide that. Geared more towards elementry children, this book will answer many basic questions for them plus the last page of the book has information on where they can go for more details about witches, with internet sites and more books to read listed out for them. The book itself has good information and in the written details the author include many movies and books that witches have played a role in and what type of role it was. From their behaviors, looks and then touching on some of the individual witch stories, that is what you will find inside these pages. Not a book I would read to a child at night before bed but a good book to show what a major part witches have played in fairy tales throughout the years. From Harry Potter to Little Mermaid to Snow White, everyone is familiar with an witch.
Witches arent always evil.
The Truth About Witches
Evie is a reader who knows where to look for a good book. On this one particular day, she wants something from the bookshop that specializes in horror, ghosts, magic, and the unknown. She systematically scours the shelves for just the right title and lands upon The Truth About Witches. A word of warning comes with the check-out receipt, but Evie seems to dismiss this as crazy talk from an old lady. Engrossed in spells, potions and witchcraft shenanigans, Evie violates the warning and ends up transported into the world about which she had been reading.
Fall is fast approaching, which means Halloween will be here before you know it, as will a flood of stories and products featuring broom-riding, wart-nosed, curse-casting witches. While autumn is generally affiliated with the beautiful colors of the changing leaves, the comfortable return of oversized sweaters, and the iconic taste of pumpkin spice everything, the season is often associated with one other thing: witches. With their pointy hats and boiling cauldrons in hand, these magical and often misunderstood women take over everything from your bookshelf and your television screen to your wardrobe and your home decor. Even makeup and fashion brands release products like mystical-themed eyeshadow palettes, wand-shaped brushes to witch-inspired accessories. Wicca is, after all, a very real, very religion that people all over the world practice, people who have historically been persecuted for their beliefs. While plenty of consumers, book-lovers included, are ready to work witch-inspired pieces into their wardrobe and magical stories into their reading rotations, many remain ignorant about the real people, and the real practices, behind it. If you want to learn more about witches , pick up one of these seven nonfiction books about religion, magic, healing, and more.
“A fun book, a simple but still captivating story, and attractive design make Evie and The Truth About Witches a good choice for the Halloween.
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Visit The Modern Witch eStore for all your magical needs. I think it is important to look at some of the misconceptions and misunderstandings about witchcraft. The idea of a horned man, wildly and inappropriately sexual and evil can be traced back to the misunderstanding of the pagan masculine entity, the God. The God was the partner of the Goddess. He typically was depicted as the powerful figure of a stag, fully realised with huge protective antlers.