Kids' Magic Secrets: Simple Magic Tricks and Why They Work

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Marlor Press, Inc., 2003 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 112 pages
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Using everyday items found in most homes, aspiring young magicians can dazzle friends and family with this best-selling kid's guide to performing magic tricks. With the help of this book, young magicians can magically make things appear and disappear, make rubber bands seem to go through fingers, and make ghostly names appear on water tumblers. There are eight fun categories of magic ranging from All Wet to Amazingly Mysterious. Of course, there's Pick-A-Card--Any Card! Each activity includes step- by- step directions complete with hundreds of delightful illustrations. Each trick is followed by an explanation of the scientific or mathematic principles that make it work.
 

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amazing i did these tricks in my amgic show and people were amazed

Contents

Introduction
7
Coins in Bottle
13
Paper Clip Flip
20
Hopping Rubber Band
27
Ring the Pencil
33
Magic Card Terms
40
Ferry Across
49
Mobius Bands
56
Racing Car
63
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Loris Bree works with children with disabilities. She is the author of Kid's Trip Diary, Kid's Travel Fun Book, and Kid's Squish Book. Marlin Bree is the illustrator of Kid's Trip Diary, Kid's Travel Fun Book, and Kid's Squish Book and the author of Wake of the Green Storm, Call of the North Wind, and Teeth of the Northeaster. They both live in St. Paul, Minnesota.

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