• Children's & YA
      January 2007

      Anise, beginner witch

      Witch & Wizard

      by Eshkar Erblich-Brifman

      It’s not easy being a witch. Anise, a beginner 8 years old witch, is sometimes sick of it. When one day she says to herself: “I wish I wouldn’t have to b

    • Children's & YA
      January 2010

      Aloevera, a very talented wizard indeed

      Witch & Wizard

      by Eshkar Erblich-Brifman

      “Looking for a round and pleasant witch, cheerful and not <a href="http://www.rhym

    • Children's & YA
      January 2011

      Sage, daydreaming witch

      Witch & Wizard

      by Eshkar Erblich-Brifman

      Sage's day-dreams start materializing one after the other and soon get out of control. This makes her life confusing and unexpected. A pink cat with wings lands on her window ledge, a shower of colorful bubblegum rains down in the middle of the day, a

    • Children's & YA
      January 2013

      Melisa, Tiresome Old Witch

      Witch & Wizard

      by Eshkar Erblich-Brifman

      Anise and Sage had a lot of plans for the spring break: hunt toads, swim in the river, hike... but they did not imagine that they would have to spend their entire vacation in the company of their old aunt! When aunt Melisa arrives with tons of suitcase

    • Children's & YA
      January 2014

      Cichorium, the new wizard on the block

      Witch & Wizard

      by Eshkar Erblich-Brifman

      Every neighbourhood gets new neighbours from time to time, but when they move into a deserted house, houtend by the spririts of long passed dragons, it's clear that this is the begining of an adventure. Anise and her friends meet Cichorium, their new n

    • Children's & YA
      January 2015

      Cumin, a wizard who knows it all

      Witch & Wizard

      by Eshkar Erblich-Brifman

      Cumin is an exceptionally bright wizard-child. He knows all the spells and potions and knows the meaning of the most confusing terms. Only one thing he does not know: how to have fun. How can he eat sugared worms candy when he knows that extra su

    • Mysteries & the supernatural (Children's/YA)

      The Witch and the Princess | Children's European Folktales

      by Baby Professor

      Europe has produced many beautiful folktales that have survived time and war. You can pretty much say that these stories express Europe’s history and in one way or another, they have influenced the cultures and traditions seen today. One of these folktale

    • Children's & YA
      January 2012

      Savory, a witch with no inspiration

      Witch & Wizard

      by Eshkar Erblich-Brifman

      The seven years old Savory gets many presents for her birthday: a cauldron and wooden spoons for potion brewing, a new magic mirror, jumping colors, and the best of all: a talking and opinionated notebook with empty pages to fill. Everybo

    • Horror & ghost stories, chillers (Children's/YA)
      February 2012

      White Witch (Coven series - Book 1)

      by Trish Milburn

      "Fresh, fun, and dangerous! I can't wait for the next one!" -Sherrilyn Kenyon #1 NYT Bestselling Author of the Dark-Hunter Series Witchcraft Is Her Family's Business. No One Quits The Family And Lives To Tell About It. "Jax" Pherson has power, enough p

    • Traditional stories (Children's/YA)

      Gwion and the Witch

      by Jenny Nimmo

    • Fiction-related items
      April 2014

      WITCH

      by A. M. Keen

      England, 1644. Folklore runs rife throughout the country. Lycanthropes prowl by the moon, and women are murdered on accusation of witchcraft. In the township of Elkwood, Ellie Harewood becomes a victim of renowned Witchfinder

    • August 2012

      How To Stop A Witch

      by Bill Allen

      Dearest Greghart . . . Let me to be the first to offer my condolences on your unfortunate demise. Once again the kingdom of Myrth is in danger, and once again a prophecy claims Greg will save the day. Only this time, the prophecy also predicts Greg&rsq

    • April 2013

      The Biscuit Witch

      by Deborah Smith

      This time, the MacBrides are home to stay. The Biscuit Witch A Crossroads Café Novella Book One of The MacBrides Dear Dr. Firth: I know you are in your cups at this time, drinking, taking pills, and sleeping under trees, but I have some experien

    • April 2012

      The River Witch

      by Kimberly Brock

      Broken in body and spirit, she secludes herself in the mystical wilderness of a Georgia island. Can she find herself in the sweetness of old songs, old ways, and the gentle magic of the river people? "Kimberly Brock has an amazing voice and a huge hear

    • Fiction
      September 2015

      The Scrying Glass

      by Quig Shelby

      Medi-evil witch Kathleen Wiccan gatecrashes a séance and plots her return to the living. As her hastily recruited coven race against time to repair a much needed scrying glass, only three people stand in her way: Elliot the thief, Daniel the mas

    • Fiction
      April 2016

      Drawing Down The Moon

      by A. M. Keen

      England, 1644. Young Ellie Harewood falls victim of renowned Witchfinder General Matthew Hopkins, and is left to die in the depths of a winter’s forest. As Ellie begins to pass to the other side she is rescued by an old hag, one fully immersed wi

    • Poetry

      Ode to the White Witch

      a book of odes

      by Martha Cinader

      Odes that any mother or anyone who ever loved their mother can appreciate. Inspired by the odes of Pablo Neruda, and an expansive appreciation for the blessings of every day life, they are in many ways universal, but Cinader does not shy away from

    • Fiction
      June 2011

      Sea Witch

      The First Voyage of CaptainJesamiah Acorne

      by Helen Hollick

      TROUBLE FOLLOWS CAPTAIN JESAMIAH ACORNE LIKE A SHIP'S WAKE: The Time: The golden age of piracy – 1716 The Place: The pirate round – from Africa to the Caribbean At 15 Jesamiah Acorne escapes the bullying of his elder

    • Literature & Literary Studies
      October 1999

      The Witch of Edmonton

      by William Rowley, Thomas Dekker and John Ford

      by Peter Corbin, David Bevington, Douglas Sedge

      The Witch of Edmonton has received considerable attention recently both from scholars and critics interested in witchcraft practices and also from the directors in the theatre. The play, based on a sensational witchcraft trial of 1621, presents Mother Saw

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