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Book Review: The Wizardology Handbook – A Course for Apprentices by Dugald Steer

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The Wizardology Handbook is a companion book to Wizardology and belongs to that wonderful series of Ology books by Candlewick Press. Like all the Ology books, it’s packed with information and illustrations. It even has a section in the back where young wizard apprentices can write their own spells and results as well as some colorful stickers.

The book is set up as a lesson book divided by the seasons. It includes lessons on Western Wizards, A Wizard’s Robes, Wizard Familiars and many more. The book also includes a glossary of magical terms.

I always am amazed by the quality of Candlewick’s books, especially the Ologies. There’s so much attention to detail, paper quality, the little embellishments that make turning the pages a joy. I’m as big a fan as are my grandkids and children. Each of my four children has the whole library of Ologies and unashamedly say they belong to them, not their children. The kids have their own copies.

Wizardology in particular is a favorite of my middle son Phillip, a big strapping 24-year old with a brown belt in karate, and he loved this companion book. I bought Egyptology for his daughter Isis when she was born (how could I not with a name like Isis?), and it is Phillip that reads it to her every night even long after she’s fast asleep.

I found the book to be completely fun and a perfect addition to the rest of the series. These books are so much fun for kids! A perfect gift for any child who loves fanciful things.


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