Alakazam!: Sensational Magic Tricks with Silk, Thimbles, Paper, and Money

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The Rosen Publishing Group, Dec 15, 2012 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 64 pages
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Magicians have been dazzling audiences for hundreds of years, some using giant and dangerous spectacles. But every magician must start with the simplest tricks. Using coins, handkerchiefs, and thimbles, a budding magician can learn some simple, exciting sleight-of-hand tricks guaranteed to dazzle an audience.
 

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Milk to Silk 14
Pencil and Coin Vanish 46
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Nicholas Einhorn is a full "Gold Star" member of The Inner Magic Circle and has won a number of industry awards for his work, including: The Magic Circle Centenary Close-up Magician 2005; F.I.S.M. (World Magic Championships) Award Winner 2003; The Magic Circle Close-up Magician of The Year 2002; and The Magic Circle Close-up Magician of The Year 1996. Nicholas is one of the UK's busiest magicians, and as well as performing at events throughout Europe, he uses his magic skills to build crowds at business trade shows and exhibitions around the globe. As a magic consultant, Nicholas has designed the special effects for a number of large-scale stage productions, as well as being a consultant on the film Bright Young Things in 2003, directed by Stephen Fry. To date his illusions have been purchased and performed by magicians all lover the world, including some of the biggest names in magic, such as Paul Daniels and David Copperfield.

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