First Nursery Rhyme

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Hardly a child grows up without learning by heart ?Hey Diddle, Diddle,? ?Pat-a-cake, Pat-a-cake,? or ?Jack and Jill.? We call them nursery rhymes, and sometimes Mother Goose rhymes. The name Mother Goose first appeared in a collection of fairy tales by a Frenchman, Charles Perrault, which was

Mulan Books

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Here are some books about Mulan. This list includes Disney and non-Disney items. Books About or Inspired by the Original Mulan (Alphabetically by title) The Ballad of Mulan Retold & illustrated by Song Nan Zhang Published 1998 by Pan Asian Publications (ISBN 1-57227-054-3 for the English

Margaret Weis & Tracy Hickman

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The Darksword Trilogy Forging the Darksword In the enchanted realm of Merilon, magic is life. Born without magical abilities and denied his birthright, Joram is left for dead. Yet he grows to manhood in a remote country village, hiding his lack of powers only through constant vigilance and

Tony van Renterghem

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When Santa Was A Shaman: Ancient Origins of Santa Claus & the Christmas Tree Jolly Old Man . . . or Powerful Shaman? Yes, there is a Santa Claus—and this book will tell you who he really is! For the first time ever, Tony van Renterghem disentangles the complex, centuries-old legends

Silver RavenWolf Books

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Angels Companions in Magick WANTED: Angel from the Celestial Realms Seeking an angel who can help me improve my self-image. Need one powerful enough to deal with my stubborn streak and help me in my magical work. Halo a plus. Angels is an upbeat, engaging look at the nature of angels and

Scott Cunningham Books

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The Magic of Food : Legends, Lore, & Spellwork Put the Magic Back in Eating Change any area, of your life when you select food for its magical energy and eat it with a specific goal in mind. This is Food Magic, and it’s served up here in spoonfuls of lore and fact that make trying it as

Raymond E. Feist Books

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The Riftwar Saga Magician: Apprentice To the forest on the shore of the Kingdom of the Isles, the orphan called Pug came to study with the Master Magician Kulgan. But though his courage won him a place at Court and the heart of a lovely Princess, he was ill at ease with the normal ways of

Raymond Buckland Books

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Buckland’s Complete Book of Witchcraft With the discovery that neo-Witchcraft—or Wicca—is not devil-worship, thousands of religious seekers around the world have finally come to realize that this earth religion may well be the answer to their needs. Yet it has been almost impossible

R. A. Salvatore Books

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FORGOTTEN REALMS The Icewind Dale Trilogy The Crystal Shard Akar Kessel, a weak-willed apprentice mage sets in motion events leading to the rediscovery of the magical device, the crystal shard. But is it merely an inanimate device… or is it capable of directing the defeat of

Patricia Telesco Books

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A Kitchen Witch’s Cookbook TRANSCEND MODERN MEALTIMES—EVERY DAY! Banish the ordinary in eating forever with this cauldron of culinary magic! A Kitchen Witch’s Cookbook combines over 300 carefully selected recipes with bewitching material to change your approach to cooking! Pick and

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