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Kids Make Magic!: The Complete Guide to Becoming an Amazing Magician (Quick Starts for Kids!)

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- The three basic rules of magic. (Can't tell you here, because "It's magic!")<BR>- Different types of wands to make and use. In the world of magic (and Harry Potter!), your choice of wand can make or break you as a magician!<BR>- Beyond "Hocus-pocus" and "Abracadabra." Master official magician-speak, learning new magic terminology and ways to keep the "patter" going.<BR>- Developing your act: Deciding your magician "type" (casual, formal, clown-around), choosing your tricks, and framing your act.<BR>- And of course, a complete repertoire of foolproof magicians' favorites: tricks with money, scarves, rope, or cards; tricks with household items, like a spoon or a glass; tricks using homemade props so you can make someone suddenly disappear (and then reappear) in a large empty carton, or make items vanish before the audience's very eyes!

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Calling all kids! Here's all you need to know to take center stage: - The seven basic rules of magic. (Can't tellyou here, because "It's magic!").- different types of wands to make and use. In the world of magic (and Harry Potter!), your choice of wand can make or break you as a magician!- Beyond "Hocus pocus" and "Abracadabra." Master official magicianspeak, larning new magic terminology, but also how to keep the "patter" going.- Developing your act: Deciding your magician "type" (casual, formal, clown-around), choosing your tricks, and framing your act.- And of course, a complete repertoire of foolproof magicians' favorites: tricks with money, paper, rope, or cards; "mind over matter" tricks; tricks with household items, like a balloon and a needle, or crayons; tricks using homemde props so you can make someone suddenly appear in a large empty carton, or turn black. So, on with the show!

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Includes bibliographical references (p. 123-124) and index.

Product Details

ISBN:
9781885593870
Subtitle:
The Complete Guide to Becoming an Amazing Magician
Publisher:
Williamson Publishing Company
Author:
Burgess, Ron
Location:
Charlotte, VT
Subject:
Magic tricks
Subject:
Games & Activities - Magic
Subject:
Children's 9-12 - Games / Gamebooks / Crosswords
Series:
Quick Starts for Kids!
Series Volume:
v. 5
Publication Date:
January 2003
Binding:
Paperback
Grade Level:
- Up
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Yes
Pages:
128
Dimensions:
11.02x8.48x.32 in. .84 lbs.
Age Level:
08-UP

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Kids Make Magic!: The Complete Guide to Becoming an Amazing Magician (Quick Starts for Kids!)
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Product details 128 pages Williamson Publishing Company (VT) - English 9781885593870 Reviews:
"Synopsis" by , Calling all kids! Here's all you need to know to take center stage: - The seven basic rules of magic. (Can't tellyou here, because "It's magic!").- different types of wands to make and use. In the world of magic (and Harry Potter!), your choice of wand can make or break you as a magician!- Beyond "Hocus pocus" and "Abracadabra." Master official magicianspeak, larning new magic terminology, but also how to keep the "patter" going.- Developing your act: Deciding your magician "type" (casual, formal, clown-around), choosing your tricks, and framing your act.- And of course, a complete repertoire of foolproof magicians' favorites: tricks with money, paper, rope, or cards; "mind over matter" tricks; tricks with household items, like a balloon and a needle, or crayons; tricks using homemde props so you can make someone suddenly appear in a large empty carton, or turn black. So, on with the show!
"Synopsis" by , Includes bibliographical references (p. 123-124) and index.
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