The Wizardology Handbook: A Course for Apprentices

The ultimate companion to the best selling WIZARDOLOGY an indispensable handbook for would be wizards everywhereCalling all aspiring wizards Do you know the appropriate tools including flattery to have on hand should you encounter a Western wizard Have you memorized the spell for summoning a unicorn familiar Can you follow the steps for releasing magical powers in aThe ultimate companion to the best selling WIZARDOLOGY an indispensable handbook for would be wizards everywhereCalling all aspiring wizards Do you know the appropriate tools including flattery to have on hand should you encounter a Western wizard Have you memorized the spell for summoning a unicorn familiar Can you follow the steps for releasing magical powers in a lump of rock or piece of metal What role do natural objects and animals play in the mysterious ways of the shaman From charts to booklets to lessons, from fascinating stories to free form spells to create on your own, this elaborate workbook contains all the elements needed for transforming the reader into a wizardworthy of Merlin himself.
The Wizardology Handbook A Course for Apprentices The ultimate companion to the best selling WIZARDOLOGY an indispensable handbook for would be wizards everywhereCalling all aspiring wizards Do you know the appropriate tools including flattery to hav

  • Title: The Wizardology Handbook: A Course for Apprentices
  • Author: Dugald A. Steer Master Merlin
  • ISBN: 9780763634018
  • Page: 461
  • Format: Hardcover
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    1. Part of the Wizardology series, this particular book contains a few more pieces of information to others in the series, but it's more geared towards activity than information. Illustrations are second to few, but the mythology of wizards is a little lacking.

    2. A great companion for the budding wizard or witch!! Loads of fun, lots of trivia, and inspirational! Don't miss Pirateology, too!!

    3. I always wanted "Wizardology" as a kid but I could never find it. Then on day when I was in 4th grade I went to borders with my mom and found this book instead. It was a nice substitute. A very beautifully illustrated book and an enjoyable enough read, with some references to real modern day practices of magic, such as "Merlin" using the phrase "mote it be" occasionally. It also has folk stories from the real world such as "Ma Liang and the magical paint brush," a reference to "Jack and the bean [...]

    4. *Some Spoilers*I thought this book was so creative and it really let the reader play into the role of being a magician's apprentice. There were so many parts that you could fill in for yourself and even do experiments, plus there were stickers, which are always cool. Besides the fun aspects, the story and "lessons" were very intriguing. I would recommend this book to anyone who fell in love with the Harry Potter scene, as for those who read other books on fantasy, magic, and alchemy.

    5. I have to say, I was thoroughly disappointed with this handbook. It was very childish in comparison with the other ology books, as if everything was made up with no sense added to it. Also, the way they talk about wizards suggests that they are creatures with habits that can be studied like an animal.

    6. Ah, a nice safe book based on general magical (mythical) sources rather than "Expelliarmus!" Not that there's anything wrong with that, but it's good to branch out of the Potterverse and learn more about creatures that appear in other fantasy books.

    7. best book more challenges and a kind of a big and nice puzzles it may used a key word for treasures and a key for the letters problems.

    8. A great book to use as a model for Multi-genre papers--whether research based or creative based. Students love looking at all the parts to this book.

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