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Best Beginner Tarot Books That Should Be On Your Bookshelf

Until you’ve consumed all of the best Beginner Tarot books, can you even claim to be a true fan?

Tarot for Beginners: A Holistic Guide to Using the Tarot for Personal Growth and Self Development (2018)

 Best Beginner Tarot Books That Should Be On Your BookshelfTarot for Beginners is a modern reference for using tarot to guide your own personal growth and self-development.The practice of ancient tarot in modern life requires a fresh perspective and new skills.
Author(s): Meg Hayertz

Tarot for Beginners: A Practical Guide to Reading the Cards (2010)

 Best Beginner Tarot Books That Should Be On Your BookshelfThis all-new edition of the popular Tarot for Beginners makes it simpler and more enjoyable than ever to learn how to read and interpret tarot cards. Award-winning tarot expert Barbara Moore clearly explains every aspect of the tarot so you can perform readings with ease and confidence. Discover the core divinatory meanings of all seventy-eight cards, clearly broken down by Major and Minor Arcana, suit, and number.
Author(s): Barbara Moore

Tarot for Beginners: A Guide to Psychic Tarot Reading, Real Tarot Card Meanings, and Simple Tarot Spreads (2015)

 Best Beginner Tarot Books That Should Be On Your BookshelfEverything You Need to Know to Begin Working with the TarotFor centuries, Tarot cards have been used as a method of divination by those seeking answers and guidance on matters of love, wealth, home life and more. The cards have the power to offer hope, reassurance, and reflective support to readers as they meander through the ups and downs of life.
Author(s): Lisa Chamberlain

The Easiest Way to Learn the Tarot – Ever!! (2009)

 Best Beginner Tarot Books That Should Be On Your BookshelfUnique, fun, easy-to-learn exercises teach you how to hear what the cards are trying to tell you. This is not yet another book of Tarot card meanings. playing with your Tarot cards as they reveal the future to you. Instead of forcing you to memorize generic “key words” that limit your interpretation of the Tarot to 78 possible meanings, this workbook has you look at the cards and see what is happening in the images, and how these pictures can show you different things at different times.
Author(s): Dusty White, Brenda Judy

Everyday Tarot Mini Tarot Deck (RP Minis) (2018)

 Best Beginner Tarot Books That Should Be On Your BookshelfEveryday Tarot brings a new perspective to the cards, giving modern soul-seekers the tools they need to access their inner wisdom and create an inspired life.
Author(s): Brigit Esselmont, Eleanor Grosch

Beginner’s Guide to Tarot (2017)

 Best Beginner Tarot Books That Should Be On Your BookshelfThe tarot is an ancient art, dating back at least to the mid-fifteenth century, and reading the tarot is a skill that can be learned and ultimately mastered. While there are many books and decks for the advanced tarot enthusiast, there is very little for the less advanced.
Author(s): Juliet Sharman-Burke, Giovanni Caselli

Kitchen Table Tarot: Pull Up a Chair, Shuffle the Cards, and Let’s Talk Tarot (2017)

 Best Beginner Tarot Books That Should Be On Your BookshelfLearn to read with your own voice and get the answers to all of your questions. For years, Melissa Cynova has been sitting down with friends and neighbors who are curious about the tarot. She’s heard all the questions and misconceptions that can confuse newcomers (and sometimes more experienced readers, too). Kitchen Table Tarot was written as a guide for anyone looking for no-nonsense lessons with a warm, friendly, and knowledgeable teacher.
Author(s): Melissa Cynova

Learning the Tarot: A Tarot Book for Beginners (1998)

 Best Beginner Tarot Books That Should Be On Your BookshelfLearning the Tarot is a complete course on how to use the tarot cards for personal guidance. The 19 lessons in the course cover the basics and then move gradually into more advanced concepts. Exercises and sample responses for each lesson help you learn and practice. For simplicity, only one easy layout is used throughout the course – the Celtic Cross Spread.
Author(s): Joan Bunning

The Ultimate Guide to the Rider Waite Tarot (2013)

 Best Beginner Tarot Books That Should Be On Your BookshelfDiscover everything you ever wanted to know about the world’s most popular tarot deck. The Ultimate Guide to the Rider Waite Tarot details the ten most important symbols on each and every card in the deck complete with hundreds of illustrations for easy use.
Author(s): Johannes Fiebig, Evelin Burger

Best Beginner Tarot Books that Should be on Your Bookshelf

We highly recommend you to buy all paper or e-books in a legal way, for example, on Amazon. But sometimes it might be a need to dig deeper beyond the shiny book cover. Before making a purchase, you can visit resources like Library Genesis and download some beginner tarot books mentioned below at your own risk. Once again, we do not host any illegal or copyrighted files, but simply give our visitors a choice and hope they will make a wise decision.

Astrology: The Beginner’s Guide to Master your Destiny and Spiritual Growth. How to Discover Yourself and Understand Others through Horoscope, Tarot, Numerology, ... and Wicca (Astrology and Tarot Book 1)

Author(s): Lisa Woods
ID: 2545945, Publisher: , Year: 2020, Size: 7 Mb, Format: epub

Guided Tarot: A Beginner's Guide to Card Meanings, Spreads, and Intuitive Exercises for Seamless Readings

Author(s): Stefanie Caponi
ID: 2914584, Publisher: Zeitgeist, Year: 2020, Size: 14 Mb, Format: pdf

Tarot reversals for beginners: five approaches to reading upside-down cards

Author(s): Robertson, Leeza
ID: 2756921, Publisher: Llewellyn Worldwide, LTD.;Llewellyn Publications, Year: 2018, Size: 27 Mb, Format: epub

Please note that this booklist is not final. Some books are truly hot items according to Chicago Tribune, others are drafted by unknown authors. On top of that, you can always find additional tutorials and courses on Coursera, Udemy or edX, for example. Are there any other relevant links you could recommend? Leave a comment if you have any feedback on the list.

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