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A Guide to the Wizards of the World

A MUST-HAVE FOR WIZARD LOVERS!

Here is a fascinating, in-depth almanac profiling eight different kinds of wizards.

FeaturesEdit

- Features well-known and exotic wizards from the four corners of the earth, including Western wizards, South American and African shamans, Indian fakirs, Arabian sages, and more.

- Highlights each wizard’s special skills, magical objects, and favorite familiars.

- Includes an entertaining card game with 24 cards so young apprentices can test their own and their friends’ knowledge of wizards and their special attributes.

- Deluxe packaging features padded cover, silver foil, and convenient envelope for storing playing cards.

AfterwordEdit

This gorgeous companion to WIZARDOLOGY includes a card game to test an aspiring sorcerer’s skill.

AuthorsEdit

Author:Master Merlin.

Editor:Dugald A. Steer.

Illustrators:Nghiem Ta,Anne Yvonne Gilbert,John Howe,Tomislav Tomic and Helen Ward

InformationEdit

  • USA Price- $14.99
  • First Release- July 2007
  • Age Range- 8 years old and up
  • Grade Range- Grade 3 and up
  • Hardcover
  • Number of Pages- 40
  • Size- 8 7/8" x 10 7/16"

LinksEdit

Candlewick's Page

Wizardology edit
"Wizardology: The Book of the Secrets of Merlin" • "The Wizardology Handbook: A Course for Apprentices" • "Wizardology: Code-Writing Kit" • "Wizardology: A Guide to Wizards of the World"

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