Mortal Realm Witch: Learning About Magic

Mortal Realm Witch: Learning About Magic

by Jennifer Priester


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Mortal Realm Witch: Learning About Magic weaves a delightful fantasy world of witches, warlocks and talking animals. Come meet DWW and her friends as she discovers that she is a witch and how she learns to use her magical powers. Young readers and adults alike will thoroughly enjoy the magical adventures contained in this first book of the Mortal Realm Witch series.

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ISBN-13: 9781938783005
Publisher: A&M Moonlight Creations
Publication date: 06/28/2012
Series: Mortal Realm Witch , #1
Pages: 156
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.36(d)
Age Range: 8 Years

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Mortal Realm Witch: Learning about Magic 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
claire7390 More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed this book. I loved how the beginning informed me all about witches and it felt like an information book rather than a story book. I would definitely recommend this book to anyone who enjoys books on witches and similar. I definitely want to read the rest of the series
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I found this book delightful, humorous, and intriguing. When reality becomes a little depressing, I suggest you try exploring Jennifer's wondrous world of witches and warlocks. The Mortal Realm is a fun place to be for both children and adults.
animalsandmagic More than 1 year ago
This book is a lot of fun and contains 6 different stories. Each story connects into the next but can also be read individually. The book starts with an introduction to the series, then ther is a prologue that tells you about witches, magic, and more to prepare you for the coming stories. The stories are: Mortal Meets Magic in which you meet a young witch called DWW (The name is explained in the book). DWW learns that her dog can talk and is going to be her familiar and is in charge of teaching her how to use her newly discovered magical powers. In my opinion this is the funniest story in the book. In the second story: Trillman's Witch Training Trouble DWW begins to get more independent in the use of her powers that end up getting her into trouble later which leads to much tension between DWW and her familiar. In the third story: Trom for Teacher DWW is introduced to a new stle of magical teaching when The Head of the Witches Council (leader of witches, warlocks, and familiars) gets involved in teaching DWW how to use her powers more responsibly and to be more responsible when she neglects a big job she is supposed to do. In the fourth story DWW gets a job as a full time protector of two wolf pups that have magical powers for a year. She is supposed to teach them the same type of things she learned from her familiar and the Head of the Witches Council, such as when and how to use magic, as well as how to care for themselves as regular wolves. You will discover DWW's unique way of teaching the pups how to hunt and fight, and in teaching the pups DWW will learn much about herself. Story five, in a way takes a break from the main story before the books biggest story happens, to tell you about a witch called Ally who is searching for the familiar that is right for her. If she doesn't find one on her own she will have one chosen for her and she doesn't want this. When she decides she wants to make a dragon her familiar and is told dragons can't be good familiars Ally and her new dragon friend will work together to prove to everyone that they can be as good a familiar as any other animal. Finally in the sixth story: DWW on the Witches Council? The book's biggest story begins. It starts when she and her friend meet a new boy at school, they make friends with him and soon discover that he has a big secret. What is this secret? Well, I don't want to ruin the book for you so you will have to read it to find out, and I'm pretty sure that the secret isn't what you think it is! There is one other thing I should probably tell you, and that is if you are the kind of person who likes to look at what's in the back of a book before you actually read the rest of it, you can do this but don't read the description for book two or you may ruin the ending of the book for yourself! Also, before or after reading this book make sure you check out [...] for more information about this book series, the author, and other books that will be coming out. New stuff is added on this site all the time. There are also two facebook pages you can like for extra information about the books and author, and have some fun. The first page is A&M Moonlight Creations, which is also the publishing company owned by the author. The second page is Jennifer Priester, or the author's page. Both pages have the same profile pic and cover page to make it easy for you to distinguish the authors page from her personal page. There is some information in the events section of the books website about what is going on now on those pages. The pages are different and both are worth liking if you like this book and the author. You can also find Jennifer Priester on Google + and Twitter. The Google one is the only page you can't get to from the website. Oh, and one other thing. For those of you who see this book and notice that it has no age or reading level listed on it this is because the book is enjoyable by everyone and the author didn't want the book to seem as if it was limited to a certain age. Basically if you are between ages 8-adult you, or whoever you are getting the book for, will be able to read it. I believe that this book is perfect for anyone, no matter what age you are, as long as you like animals and magic this book is sure to be a winner!