Louise Cooper Books

The Time Master Trilogy The Initiate Down all the ages the twin powers of Order and Chaos have been lock in an eternal struggle for control of the worlds of men. Somewhere beyond the realms we know, in a time when Order has triumphed, a child is born; a nameless outcast destined to restore the

Edain McCoyn Books

Celtic Myth & Magick: Harness the Power of the Gods & Goddesses Anything You Can Envision, the Gods Can Help You Achieve! Forge working relationships with the Celtic goddesses, gods, heroes and heroines to draw on and direct their energy toward achieving your magickal goals and rituals!

Angus Wells Books

Forbidden Magic In the time of the beginning, when the First Gods created all things, they brought forth two children, Tharn and Balatur, lesser gods, to walk upon the new world. But Balatur was arrogant, Tharn was consumed with madness, and the First Gods were forced to condemn them both to an

Raymond E. Feist Books

The Riftwar Saga Magician: Apprentice To the forest on the shore of the Kingdom of the Isles, the orphan called Pug came to study with the Master Magician Kulgan. But though his courage won him a place at Court and the heart of a lovely Princess, he was ill at ease with the normal ways of

Tony van Renterghem

When Santa Was A Shaman: Ancient Origins of Santa Claus & the Christmas Tree Jolly Old Man . . . or Powerful Shaman? Yes, there is a Santa Claus—and this book will tell you who he really is! For the first time ever, Tony van Renterghem disentangles the complex, centuries-old legends

Mulan Books

Here are some books about Mulan. This list includes Disney and non-Disney items. Books About or Inspired by the Original Mulan (Alphabetically by title) The Ballad of Mulan Retold & illustrated by Song Nan Zhang Published 1998 by Pan Asian Publications (ISBN 1-57227-054-3 for the English

First Nursery Rhyme

Hardly a child grows up without learning by heart ?Hey Diddle, Diddle,? ?Pat-a-cake, Pat-a-cake,? or ?Jack and Jill.? We call them nursery rhymes, and sometimes Mother Goose rhymes. The name Mother Goose first appeared in a collection of fairy tales by a Frenchman, Charles Perrault, which was