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Mini ARC Review - Llewellyn's Little Book of Spirit Animals



Explore the world of spirit animals and how they can guide you to live your best life. Llewellyn's Little Book of Spirit Animals is the perfect, pocket-sized tool to connect you to your spirit animals, whether they are lifelong companions or sent to deliver a single, specific message.

Spirit animals can help you feel more balanced, peaceful, and confident in everything that you do. This convenient, hardcover reference book features more than 200 entries for wild, domestic, and mythical animals, allowing you to understand what each one symbolizes, how it may appear to you, and how to best use its guidance and energy. You'll also find tips throughout the book and information on color and element meanings for each animal.




Mini ARC Breakdown

I love this book! I wish it had gone into a little more detail about how to connect with these animals, I feel like that was brushed over pretty fast but other than that I really enjoyed it. I loved the info that was given and that the element and color for each animal was listed too. That came in handy for someone like me whose just starting out. I love that even the ant was included, that's not one you'd think of all the top of your head, at least I wouldn't. 

This little book is easy to read and perfect to just toss into your purse all the go. It's got so much info for sure a small book. It even tells you how to honor spirit animals. I will be using it often! I can't wait to see what other books about spirit animals I can find. This is such a wonderful topic. Thanks to NetGalley for this title.

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