Here are some that I have seen around, however I haven't read any of them except for the last one.
Moonology, Yasmin Boland
Crystals for healing, Karen Frazier
Moon Magic, Diane Alhquist
Green Witch, Arin Murphy
Friendly advice, drop the idea completely of mastering the craft. That isn’t going to happen in this lifetime. In my experience, fumbling around trying to figure it out is what has made me much stronger of a witch. There is ALWAYS going to be something new to learn and something new to mess up. It’s beautiful really.
But to answer your question, any book involving the local herbs that grow near you are super helpful.
5,000 Spells- Judika Illes has helped me a lot for inspiration as well.
Read anything and everything. In my opinion, witchcraft isn't something you master because it is always evolving and there is always something new to learn. Enjoy the journey.
I am reading "Wicca A guide for the solitary practitioner" by Scott Cunningham and I've learned a lot so far!
if youre into stones, look for a big blue book called "the book of stones." theres the first one and the revised edition. get the revised. it tells you all sorts of stones and uses and its helped me SO much with the stones that i have
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