I picked up Hedge Witch Book of Days by Mandy Mitchell, while I was there, it pretty much jumped off the shelf at me. The cover is about as perfect as one could get to get my attention. This book is divided into months and gives the reader information on each month, from which food is best this month, to celebrations and spells. There are some wonderful recipes as well included that I am excited to try. I am very happy I found and picked up this book.
Once upon a time the witch held a place of esteem in the village; her knowledge of local plants and wayside herbs were used to heal; her wisdom and empathy made her the village matchmaker and marriage counselor; and her ability to commune with nature and animals gave her a place of revelry and wisdom. She was the Hedgewitch.
Aimed at the busy witch, who is both breadmaker and breadwinner, this book revives the spirit of the Hedgewitch and teaches you how to make every day one full of wisdom, healing, and magic. For the practicing or would-be witch whose life is more jeans, chaos, and the never-ending question of what's for dinner than it is black robes, cauldrons, and incantations, Mandy Mitchell has a recipe for you!
This book is in print and if you can not make it into Powell's books to find your own copy (Mine was a new copy) you can find it on Amazon.com by clicking here.
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