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by Angela Wehnert on 08/01/11

A customer asked me today what book I recommended for the beginning pagan. There are so many great books on the market that several options are available and worthy of consideration. I like 'Wicca For Beginners' by Thea Sabin, the entire Llewellyn 'For Beginners' series is decent and covers a variety of subjects, and I also like the 'Complete Idiot's Guide to Wicca & Witchcraft'. I know some people have issues with the name, however the entire series is really well written, and again offers a wide array of topics. Lots of easy to understand bite size info throughout and it is comprehensive enough to provide the reader with enough insight & overview that they may feel led to research books of a more specific path later. I may write a more detailed list to post in out book room, so I would love your input...

What are you favorite beginner pagan/Wiccan books?

Comments (2)

1. Kay said on 9/18/11 - 02:10PM
I like Scott Cunningham's books. I got alot out of "Guide to Wicca for the Solitary Practitioner" but there are others that are very useful.
2. Noey said on 10/1/11 - 10:15PM
I am starting out with Buckland's Complete Book of Witchcraft. I also really like the 'Complete Idiot's Guide to Wicca & Witchcraft'. I haven't read it in years, but it was one of the first books. I am going to have to grab another copy of it!

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