Simple Magic

Simple Magic

by Peter Eldin

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Children's Literature
With props found around the house, children can learn easy but impressive magic tricks such as bend a spoon, change water into milk, and make a stick of chewing gum vanish. From the well known to the unusual, a variety of tricks are presented for the novice magician, who, with a little practice, will be able to amaze and entertain. Eldin's book presents fourteen magic tricks with a description of the trick, preparation needed, and step-by step, illustrated instructions. Supplemental information is given on simple variations of the trick, interesting facts about the props, and historical information about famous magicians and their tricks. At the end of the book there is a glossary, index, and a list of some magic web sites and clubs. Part of the "I Want to Do Magic" series. 2002, Copper Beech Books,
— Barbara Kennedy

Product Details

Lerner Publishing Group
Publication date:
I Want to Do Magic Ser.
Product dimensions:
8.52(w) x 11.72(h) x 0.34(d)

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