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The Book of Wizardry: The Apprentice's Guide to the Secrets of the…

by Herbie Brennan

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This book makes me laugh, but it's not entirely a joke. There's some useful information in this book, but it's presented in a lighthearted manner. I love that it doesn't take itself too seriously. ( )
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0738701653, Paperback)

Tongue-in-cheek and deliciously droll, "Cornelius Rumstuckle" is the fictional narrator of The Book of Wizardry. Now featuring a new cover, this highly entertaining guide to wizardry makes genuine magical ideas accessible to young adults.

Brennan's fun wizard training manual is filled with interactive activities: how to make a wand and other wizard tools, discover your Wizard's name, switch on Wizard's Power, read the future in the Wizard's Oracle, and more. Those who successfully complete the Wizard's Adventure and crack the code in this book can become an accredited member of the Wizard's Guild.

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Gives the twenty-two secrets for becoming a Wizard, including how to make a wand, read an oracle, and achieve member status in the Wizards' Guild.

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