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  • Rebecca Buchanan
    Rebecca Buchanan says #
    Thank you for the recommendations.
  • Anthony Gresham
    Anthony Gresham says #
    I have tried to read the Kalevala several times but always got swamped by the verse. I enjoy a couple of web-comics inspired by F
  • Rebecca Buchanan
    Rebecca Buchanan says #
    Hi! I'm glad to have brought the book to your attention. If you have any other books on Suomenusko (thank you for letting me know
  • Meredith Everwhite
    Meredith Everwhite says #
    Oh my gods, thank you so much for sharing this! I'm so happy to have discovered this book and will definitely be getting it. I lov

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Title: Hex Vet: Witches In Training

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While running errands the other day, I convinced my husband to make a side-trip to Raven and Crone. Set inside a small red brick building, R&C is the metaphysical book and occult supply shop in the Appalachian region of North Carolina. As I wandered the floor, greeting the on-site tarot reader, admiring the icons and plaques and Green Men and shelves of books and shelves of tarot cards and rune necklaces and glass jars filled with dried herbs -- and paused to pet the store cat, Lovey -- I started to wonder: what would my ideal Pagan-friendly book shop look like? Pretty soon, I was drawing up imaginary schematics in my head and filling imaginary shelves with anything and everything that might be of interest or use to a modern polytheist.

Welcome to Sanctuary. Would you like to take a tour?

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  • Rebecca Buchanan
    Rebecca Buchanan says #
    *nod* I would spend a lot more time at R&C if I could.
  • Byron Ballard
    Byron Ballard says #
    Love this. And you know I love R&C!

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There are so many wonderful books for children of all ages (and for those adults who love to read "children's" books--yours truly included) to learn about culturally-accurate Indigenous culture.

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Welcome to the 2014 edition of BookMusings' Literary Discoveries! *insert much tooting of horns and throwing of confetti here* Looking back over my LibraryThing account and my postings here on PaganSquare, as well as at Eternal Haunted Summer, this has been quite a year for good literature. Not only did I find many new books and series to enjoy, and recommend to others, but I discovered entirely new authors.

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Title: I Am a Witch’s Cat
Publisher: HarperCollins
Author/Artist: Harriet Muncaster
Pages: 32 pp
Price: $15.99 (hardcover)
ISBN: 9780062229144

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Title:The Misadventures of Salem Hyde

Publisher: Amulet Books/Abrams

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