Title: The Old Magic of Christmas: Yuletide Traditions for the Darkest Days of the Year (Goodreads)Author: Linda RaedischPages: 312Publication: Llewellyn Publications (October 8, 2013)Genre: Non-Fiction, New Age/Metaphysical, Folklore, Mythology, HistoryFormat: PaperbackSource: LibraryRating: 3.5/5 stars You think you have escaped the Halloween goblins and ghouls. The Old Magic of Christmas reveals older Christmas stories with their … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: “The Old Magic of Christmas” by Linda Raedisch
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