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The Magic Handbook(1998)
(A book in the Sabrina, the Teenage Witch series)
A non fiction book by Patricia Barnes-Svarney
Put a little magic in your everyday life!
It's not easy being a teenage witch. So I have a Magic Handbook, full of spells and rules and magic tests to help me.
Now you have a Magic Handbook as well! Full of tricks and do-it-yourself science experiments that will help you understand your world -- the smells, sounds, sights, and other occurrences of "magic" all around us. It's a handbook for your everyday life!
Together we'll discover:
Why does the scent of eucalyptus wake you up, but lavender calms you down [and which will help you on your next big exam]?
Which color makes you work harder and which one makes you happy?
How do we get goose bumps?
What are the real secrets behind brain freeze, photosynthesis, and rising bread?
I'll even show you how to make it rain in your own kitchen!
It'll be fun and simple. Because not everything that looks like magic really is. Sometimes the real magic is how easy something looks!
Genre: Young Adult Fantasy
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November 1998 : USA Paperback
|Title: SABRINA, THE TEENAGE WITCH MAGIC HANDBOOK|
Author(s): Patricia Barnes-Svarney
ISBN: 0-671-02427-2 / 978-0-671-02427-7 (USA edition)
Publisher: Simon Spotlight Entertainment
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