Magic for Kids

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Kingfisher, 1999 - Juvenile Fiction - 72 pages
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Don't blink an eye!....But if you do, don't worry, because the step-by-step photographs and clear instructions in this colorful and exciting book capture every move as world-class magician Fay Presto unveils the mysteries of over 25 terrific magic tricks. 'Busted Banana, ' 'Sensitive Sole, ' and 'Water Surprise' are some of the tempting tricks Fay has devised to make it easy for children to put on an amazing magic show. Organized by theme, there are mathematical tricks that require little practice, new tricks, familiar tricks that take on a new twist, and even some illusion tricks (so don't throw away those large empty cartons!). A special section at the end of the book gathers together the essential information kids need to add a personal dash of panache to their performance!

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About the author (1999)

Fay Presto, a world-class magician, has been invited to display her tricks, talents, and illusions before many audiences including such luminaries as Eric Clapton, Dustin Hoffman, and Queen Elizabeth II of England. Fay has invented and staged illusions of many types, including the launch of Microsoft Windows 95, where she arranged for Miss Hong Kong to hurtle through a plate glass window. Her titles include Making Magic.

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