Magic Tricks

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Sterling Publishing Company, Inc., 2005 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 48 pages
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Every kid wants to be the best magician in school--and can be, with these 23 terrific, easy-to-learn tricks. Each one uses ordinary household stuff, like string and soda bottles, to create extraordinary effects, and they're all presented in easy-to-follow color illustrations and instructions. What feats can children achieve? They can make a saltshaker disappear, turn a pencil into rubber, or even trap a ghost in a bottle so it moves a coin up and down. And budding magicians will feel proud when their friends beg them to perform again and again. Best of all, no matter how many times the audience sees the show, they'll never catch on!

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I believe in magic. Do you? I always feel cold tingly around my body when it comes to believing magic.


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