101 Easy-to-do Magic Tricks

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Courier Corporation, Dec 21, 1992 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 222 pages
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Abundantly illustrated, easy-to-follow guide shows beginning and veteran prestidigitators how to successfully perform over 100 tricks, including The Inexhaustible Hat, The Cut and Restored Turban, The Chinese Rings, The Rising Cards, Steel Through Steel, Fingers That See and dozens of other remarkable feats — each graded according to difficulty.

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Excellent source of great magic tricks. And, we are shown how to make these ourselves, which saves us a great deal of money, since buying already made gimmicks are very expensive, because what we are really paying for are the secrets. This book by Bill Tarr gives us the secrets to many of the classics, the basics and even magic that put magicians on the map, such as the Squash. And, by making our own gimmicks, we become more familiar with the intricacies of it's workings and exactly how the tricks are to be performed.  

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Great Book.

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