Please note that this book is about teaching. The intention of the author is not to give information on either Wicca or Paganism but to give Wiccans and Pagans TEACHING information. Miss Sabin has a Master's degree in Education. She states on her website that she wants to help Pagans have a better start than she did when she first began to teach while in college. She states in the book that the examples involve Wicca because that is what she knows best. If anyone is interested in teaching Wicca or Paganism, they should already have sufficient knowledge about the subject matter to do so. I have 30 years experience teaching everyone from preschoolers to adults and teaching subjects from complex technical IT classes to music. I already know enough about Wicca to teach classes. I have to teach a public class on Wicca as a prerequisite for my third degree. I wanted information on TEACHING and I got everything I wanted and a whole lot more. I was also greatly impressed that the author included copious direct quotes (she obviously spoke to these people directly) from various people in the field including but certainly not limited to: Holli Elmore, founder of the Pagan Round Table in SC and a teacher of Neopagan religions; Ella Evert Hopman, herbalist and Druid; Christopher Penczak, well-known Wiccan author (great books!); and Oberon Zell-Ravenheart, a renowned Pagan elder and founder of the Church of All Worlds. If you removed all references to Wicca and Paganism this would still be a great teaching manual. But her Resources section is a terrific list of websites, books, software, etc., etc. on an incredible array of information about teaching, learning, dealing with people, Pagan organizations, Wiccan organizations, ethics, group dynamics just to name a few. There are a LOT of books with wonderful information on Wicca and Paganism but not very many (if any) with this amount of detail about teaching directed at those who have the knowledge of their subject but not the practical experience of actually teaching others.