Tarot Books

Tarot cards usually come with an instruction booklet to get you started with the cards, but if you'd like to learn more about how the tarot can be read or different ways in which it can be used, there are plenty of books available on the topic. 

Most of the books in this section are non-deck specific and can be used with most types of tarot cards. The books focus on the general meanings and archetypal energies of the cards (e.g. the three of wands), making them applicable to whatever style of tarot deck you own. 

Some of the books only use one deck to illustrate the meaning of the cards – most often, this is the Original Rider Waite tarot deck.

  • Tarot Made Easy by Kim Arnold
  • The Tarot Bible by Sarah Barlett
  • Seventy-Eight Degrees of Wisdom by Rachel Pollack
  • Understanding Tarot by Liz Dean
  • The 2-hour Tarot Tutor by Wilma Carroll
  • Nature's Hidden Oracles by Liz Dean
  • The Book of Tarot by Alice Grist
  • Advanced Tarot by Paul Fenton Smith
  • Wild Magic - The Wildwood Tarot Workbook by Mark Ryan and John Matthews
  • The Dreamer's Story: Tarot Journal by Ravynne Phelan
  • Tarot for Change by Jessica Dore
  • The Little Book of Tarot by Liz Dean
  • Your Tarot Guide by Melinda Lee Holm
  • The One Card Tarot Journal by Maria Sofia Marmanides
  • The Modern Witchcraft Book of Tarot by Skye Alexander
  • The Tarot Life Planner by Lady Lorelei
  • 111 Oracle Spreads for Every Day by Krystal Banner
  • Oracle Card Companion by Victoria Maxwell
  • Radical Tarot by Charlie Claire Burgess
  • Healing Burnout With Astrology & Tarot by Jackie Hope
  • Tarot Life Lessons by Julia Gordon-Bramer