Where to Park Your Broomstick: A Teen's Guide to Witchcraft

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Simon and Schuster, Jun 15, 2010 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 320 pages
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Modern Witchcraft, often called Wicca, has helped millions of people develop a positive, life-affirming connection to the world we live in. Witchcraft instills confidence, is spiritual kung fu for the annihilation of stress, and is potent mojo against mediocrity. Need help conquering acne and tough exams? Wish you had better family communication and a hot date for Friday night? Chock-full of spells, recipes (all made from easily accessible ingredients), and advice from real teen Witches, Where to Park Your Broomstick has all the information you need to practice Witchcraft and conjure up a little magick of your own.
 

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Contents

Coming Out of the Broom Closet
215
Other Voices
228
Repelling Negativity
252
Politics and Teen Rights
270
APPENDiCES
283
Notes and Bibliography
298
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About the author (2010)

Lauren Manoy joined her first coven at age fifteen. She is a freelance writer and lives in Warwick, New York.

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