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Imagine You're a Wizard by Meg Clibbon
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Feb 02, 2010

really liked it
bookshelves: childrens, fantasy, picturebook, wizards
Read from February 02 to 26, 2010

This was writing research! It really was! This short book tells you everything you need to be a proper wizard. From the clothes, to the accessories, to the knowledge, to the proper dwelling.

Included, which were not what I was reading it for, are some activities -- word scramble, code-breaking, make an animal mask, recipes, etc. Could be great for a rainy afternoon. Like, oh, this entire YEAR. Jeesh, weather, what's up with that?

Anywho, not bad. A little gendered, though they do make a point of saying there are girl wizards. (You notice they didn't say there are boy wizards!) Girls used to reading about boys probably won't even notice and will happily wizardfy themselves. (Unless Rowling has indoctrinated them into thinking they're witches.)

The authors have some other books like imagining you're a pirate or a fairy and stuff. I'll get around to them shortly.
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