Series: Llewellyn's Wicca Almanac

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Llewellyn's 2003 Wicca Almanac by Llewellyn2003
Llewellyn's 2004 Wicca Almanac by Llewellyn2004
Llewellyn's 2005 Wicca Almanac by Llewellyn2005
Llewellyn's 2006 Wicca Almanac by Llewellyn2006
Llewellyn's 2007 Wicca Almanac by Llewellyn2007

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  1. Llewellyn's 2010 Sabbats Almanac: Samhain 2009 to Mabon 2010 by Llewellyn (2009)
  2. Llewellyn's 2003 Magical Almanac by Llewellyn (2002)
  3. Llewellyn's 2015 Witches' Companion: An Almanac for Contemporary Living by Barbara Ardinger (2014)
  4. Living Wicca: A Further Guide for the Solitary Practitioner by Scott Cunningham (1993)
  5. The Witches' Almanac: Spring 2011 to Spring 2012 by Theitic (2010)
  6. Coven Craft: Witchcraft for Three or More by Amber K (1998)
  7. The Wicca Book of Days: Legend and Lore for Every Day of the Year by Gerina Dunwich (1995)
  8. To Ride A Silver Broomstick: New Generational Witchcraft by Silver RavenWolf (1993)
  9. Spell Crafts: Creating Magical Objects by Scott Cunningham (1993)
  10. We'moon 2008 Calendar: Gaia Rhythms for Womyn by Wemoon Collective (2007)
  11. Drawing Down the Moon: Witches, Druids, Goddess-Worshippers, and Other Pagans in America by Margot Adler (1979)
  12. The Wiccan Way by Sally Morningstar (2003)
  13. The Complete Idiot's Guide to Wicca and Witchcraft by Denise Zimmermann (2000)
  14. Wicca For Life: The Way of the Craft -- From Birth to Summerland by Raymond Buckland (2001)
  15. Celebrating Times of Change: A Wiccan Book of Shadows for Family and Coven Growth by Stanley J. A. Modrzyk (1995)

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