I would beware of anyone who approaches you claiming to be a qualified teacher. If you develop your powers of perception on your own, they will lead you to honest, accurate, conscientious, competent shamans or mystic yogis, if that is what you are destined to become. Crowley said that he would never initiate anyone under the age of 25. Now, neurological science tells us that that is the age where the human brain actually completes the formation of its pathways. There is so much to learn in a muggle world in order to come to terms with it and protect oneself from the immediate hazards unless one already has a position in a witch family, tinkering with ones psychological infrastructure isn't something that I know a healthy, safe way of going about, aside from carefully and discreetly making friends with those with magical affinities in ones own age group.
There are a good number of books that are appropriate for younger people. It's just a matter of time before you find them. Or, if you go to gift shops catering to clients of the witch crowd, there are almost always clues about what is going on. I just saw a Canadian show for the first time, this morning that won an international Emmy for best kids show like in 2005. It was called _The Dark Oracle_. And, although it may have some dull aspects to it, it does hold clues about the Path, like most fiction designed to stimulate thought about the unseen world. The first episode of _The Secret Circle_ seemed pretty ho-hum to me. But, the other night, I gave it another chance, and it actually brought up some important issues. Of course, as a follower of Thoth, I believe that safety is a really important factor, and the best way to approach magic is via the path of Wisdom and the practice of caution. If you do find a way toward your heart's desire, better safe than sorry.