19 of 19 people found the following review helpful
The other reviews on this item are very thorough but I felt it was important to point out that this is a very academic view of Wicca and, as such, is quite a 'hefty' read. There is a lot of (excellent) information to absorb. It would make a lot more sense if you've read work by the main Wiccan writers and could therefore appreciate Hutton's review of their traditions.
I really enjoyed this book and heartily recommend it but it's not a 'read-in-one-afternoon' type book.
26 of 26 people found the following review helpful
When these were opened by my son on Christmas morning, I was very dubious about the box and the shape of the pieces. However, several hours later, fingers sore from frantic clicking, I realised that this was a toy my children would use and use.
Since then, we've had all sorts of creations from crowns to Tyrannosaurus Rex to swords.....
The instruction booklets that come with the box give you a list of all the different joints, both static and moving, that can be made together with picture guides to make increasingly complex creations.
This is a versatile and compulsive toy. A big hit with my two boys!