According to a 2001 American Religious Identification survey, an estimated 134,000 Americans see themselves as Wiccans. It may be assumed that the number of neopagan adherents is even higher, as many fear that disclosure will bring misunderstanding and suspicion and are thus hesitant to identify themselves as such. Still others may simply practice pagan syncretism, i.e., the incorporation of specific elements of various spiritualities into a distinctive path. With the goal of fostering spiritual development within a personal pagan practice, Dugan (Garden Witchery: Magick from the Ground Up) emphasizes "natural magicks" and draws from innate intuitive talents. Her primer for "green" witchcraft-i.e., witchcraft in tune with seasonal elements-is a gold mine of concepts and resources for the novice to intermediate practitioner. The seasoned adept, too, will find the handy correspondence lists and exercises immensely useful. Also included are spells, rituals, and blank space for a personal grimoireto jot down ideas and insights. Chock-full of relevant wisdom and lively humor, this is a valuable addition to any avid pagan's personal reference library. Appropriate for all libraries with alternative spirituality collections.