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A “kids’s book” readily available through outlets such as Barnes and Noble, Target and Amazon is raising eyebrows for its descriptions of how kids can summon demons.

“Do not wish to get the trash tonight? Maybe you’re swimming in homework? Maybe that big bully is being a genuine drag? Well grab your coloured pencils and sigil drawing abilities and dial up some devils! Be mindful, even if these spirits are more silly than scary they are still satanic forces,” states the introduction of the book on the Barnes and Noble site.

The book is “A kids’s book of satanic forces” by Aaron Leighton.

Ranked at 293,270 at Barnes and Noble, it’s designated for children ages 5-10.

Breaking Israel News reported: “For parents wanting to present their kids to devil worship, Walmart and Amazon are now offering a new kids’s book entitled: ‘A Kid’s Book of Devils’. In the ‘about’ area, the publishers attempt to turn the act of summoning demons into a kid-friendly activity stating: ‘summoning devils has actually never ever been so much enjoyable’.”

Publishers Weekly described it by doing this:

Leighton integrates a hands-on craft aspect into this spirited guide that invites readers to conjure mild devils by writing their sigils, which serve as “a phone number” directly to the spirit. The satanic forces necessitate specific summons (a riddler named Corydon needs a sigil “drawn in bright red, the colour of a clown’s nose– ideally while you’re laughing”), and express specific characteristics and capabilities that range from pragmatic to earn. They consist of “Flatulus,” whose skill is passing gas; “Quazitoro,” an expert at discovering missing items; and “Spanglox,” “the best-dressed devil in the underworld,” who provides cutting-edge style suggestions. Leighton’s makings of the multieyed, multiarmed, sharp-toothed satanic forces are extravagant without being scary, and the imaginative idea will likely influence some readers to develop demons of their own. Ages 5-10.

Walmart has actually put it in the “Paranormal, Occult & & Supernatural Kids’ Books” category and calls it a “convenient Necronomicon for kids.”

Amazon gave it a 1.8 out of 5 ranking, with 4 out of five reviewers provide it a “1-star” ranking out of a possible 5.

There were 24 “crucial” reviews, consisting of from Marbel, who said: “Why would you desire to expose your children to anything involving the occult, witchcraft and Satanism ??? You are setting your kids up for failure and unneeded difficulty. Satanic forces are wicked and they do not care about you or your children. They are phonies, deceivers. They exist to take, eliminate and destroy. They follow Satan and want you and your children to do that very same …”

Another customer said, “Keep your kids far from this book and if they get their hands on it in some way BURN IT!!!”

The author, according to Barnes and Noble, is an “award-winning illustrator” and fan “of all things occult.”

He spends his time “battling with a black feline.”

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