How to Be a Magician

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Black Rabbit Books, Aug 1, 2006 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
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Step right up! Before your very eyes all the mysteries of magic are about to unfold in one astonishing book. From the earliest tricks performed for the Egyptian pharoahs and the legendary feats of Houdini to the contemporary, high-tech tricks of today's performers, such as David Copperfield, this beautifully illustrated book reveals all. Presto! Everything the magic fan wants to know is here: the history of magic, how magicians learn their craft, the great masters of magic, the classic tricks and props, and an A-Z guide to the world's greatest magicians, plus a helpful glossary and index.

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About the author (2006)

Card Tricks:
Eve Devereux has written many articles and published numerous books, both fiction and non-fiction. She first started presenting card tricks at the age of eight, using a solitaire deck to impress luckless relatives. Since then, as a keen amateur performer, she has learned to drop cards a little less frequently.
Magic Tricks:
Peter Eldin is a member of the world famous Magic Circle, a member of The Society of American Magicians, and the International Magicians' Society. Peter's forte lies in his ability to explain the complexities of conjuring in a way that anyone can understand.

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