The truth about witches book

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The Truth about Witches by Eric Braun

Most 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.
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