The Witch Hunter’s Handbook

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The Witch Hunter’s Handbook

A Field Guide to the Paranormal

Ages 9 and up
5 x 7, 96 pages, 2C, paperback
with die cut and second cover

4 3/8 x 5 3/4, 96 pages, 4C, kivar paperback

Have you ever wondered what you'd do if you encountered a vampire? Or how to communicate with ghosts from other worlds? Would you know what to do if you came face-to-face with an alien or stumbled across a dragon? Have you ever wished for the powers of a wizard or a witch? If you answered "yes" to any of these questions, then our Field Guides to Magic and the Paranormal are the books you've been waiting for! Each illustrated guide includes checklists, quizzes, notebook sections, a nifty identification card, and more.

Dave and Joe Borgenicht are brothers who not only write books but also are very cool. Marc Tyler Nobleman is cool, too, and he not only writes books but is also a cartoonist. Matt Phillips is the coolest, and he is an illustrator.

Marc Tyler Nobleman is a writer and cartoonist. His books include What's the Difference? and How to Do a Belly Flop.

Jeffrey Rutzky is a well-known paper folder and the author of two books in the Tear-i-gami series, Jewelgami and Bugagami, and Kirigami, a kit.

Dr. Philippa Gordon is a long-time Brooklyn pediatrician with three children of her own.

Territory: WorldRights sold: NA Published in North America by Penguin/PSS!