More Magical Science: Magic Tricks for Young Scientists
This title includes an introduction to the world of magical science, a comprehensive glossary of science and magic terms, safety tips, and an index. Young scientists will enjoy learning how to perform 20 magic tricks, each accompanied by step-by-step instructions, performance tips, an explanation of the science principles involved, and fun illustrations.
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