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A Book Of Magic For Young Magicians

Author : Allan Zola Kronzek
ISBN : 048627134X
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Explains how such techniques as misdirection, patter, repetition, and routining are used by magicians in the performance of specific tricks.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

The Magic Show

Author : Bob Friedhoffer
ISBN : 9798620312245
Genre :
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PUT ON A MAGIC SHOW!There are many books that teach magic tricks, giving good explanations of how they are to be done. But magic involves more than knowing how to perform tricks. Magic is theater, meant to be performed before an audience.The purpose of this book is not only to teach you some wonderful tricks, but also to help you learn how to put on a good magic show. In this section, you' ll find advice on planning and staging the show, along with some tips on how to be a good magician. In the three chapters that follow, you'll find eighteen great tricks, arranged in a way that will make it easy for you to put together a terrific show.

Here Is Real Magic

Author : Nate Staniforth
ISBN : 9781632864260
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
File Size : 89.60 MB
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An extraordinary memoir about finding wonder in everyday life, from magician Nate Staniforth. Nate Staniforth has spent most of his life and all of his professional career trying to understand wonder--what it is, where to find it, and how to share it with others. He became a magician because he learned at a young age that magic tricks don't have to be frivolous. Magic doesn't have to be about sequins and smoke machines--rather, it can create a moment of genuine astonishment. But after years on the road as a professional magician, crisscrossing the country and performing four or five nights a week, every week, Nate was disillusioned, burned out, and ready to quit. Instead, he went to India in search of magic. Here Is Real Magic follows Nate Staniforth's evolution from an obsessed young magician to a broken wanderer and back again. It tells the story of his rediscovery of astonishment--and the importance of wonder in everyday life--during his trip to the slums of India, where he infiltrated a three-thousand-year-old clan of street magicians. Here Is Real Magic is a call to all of us--to welcome awe back into our lives, to marvel in the everyday, and to seek magic all around us.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Kids Magic Secrets

Author : Loris Bree
ISBN : 9781495600890
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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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.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Amazing Magic Tricks

Author : Norm Barnhart
ISBN : 9781474755313
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Abracadabra! Whether they're just starting out or have years of experience, readers can astound their family and friends with the fun and easy tricks found in Amazing Magic Tricks! With easy-to-follow, step-by-step instructions and photos, young magicians can learn incredible tricks like the Amazing Appearing Ball, the Freaky Mind Weld, the Escaping Coin, and many more! Practice the tricks in this book and Hey Presto! readers will become master magicians and amaze audiences with their mystifying skills in no time!

Big Magic For Little Hands

Author : Joshua Jay
ISBN : 9780761180098
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Kids love magic. They love to see it, and they love to do it. Enter Joshua Jay, who started doing magic when he was 7 and was named champion at the World Magic Seminar (the Olympics of magic) by the time he was 16. His Big Magic for Little Hands is packed with 25 astonishing illusions for kids ages 7 and up. In other words, it’s sleight of hand for the small of hand. These are tricks that require little prep time and dexterity yet are guaranteed to deliver a big payoff. The large format, oversized ext, and black-and-white vintage-style illustrations make Big Magic particularly easy to follow and kid-friendly. Here’s how to levitate your sibling several feet off a bed. Escape Houdini-like from tightly bound ropes. There are also impromptu effects that can be performed anytime, anywhere, like Spook-Key, in which an antique key mysteriously rotates in your hand. Each easy-to-perform feat is clearly illustrated with step-by-step drawings and accompanied by insider tips. Joshua Jay is a master who guides his apprentices through every aspect of the magician’s art, from the first step—taking the Magician’s Oath—to how to minimize nervousness (Rule #1: Rehearse. A lot).
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Magic Step By Step

Author : Tom Russell
ISBN : 0806995335
Genre : Games & Activities
File Size : 68.63 MB
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Provides instructions for performing magic tricks under such categories as disappearing acts, and card and coin tricks
Category: Games & Activities

Magic Is Dead

Author : Ian Frisch
ISBN : 9780062839305
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
File Size : 52.95 MB
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In the vein of Neil Strauss’ The Game and Joshua Foer’s Moonwalking with Einstein comes the fascinating story of one man’s colorful, mysterious, and personal journey into the world of magic, and his unlikely invitation into an underground secret society of revolutionary magicians from around the world. Magic Is Dead is Ian Frisch’s head-first dive into a hidden world full of extraordinary characters and highly guarded secrets. It is a story of imagination, deception, and art that spotlights today’s most brilliant young magicians—a mysterious club known as the52, who are revolutionizing an ancient artform under the mantra Magic Is Dead. Ian brings us with him as he not only gets to know this fascinating world, but also becomes an integral part of it. We meet the52’s founding members—Laura London, Daniel Madison, and Chris Ramsay—and explore their personal demons, professional aspirations, and what drew them to their craft. We join them at private gatherings of the most extraordinary magicians working today, follow them to magic conventions in Las Vegas and England, and discover some of the best tricks of the trade. We also encounter David Blaine; hang out with Penn Jillette; meet Dynamo, the U.K.’s most famous magician; and go behind the scenes of a Netflix magic show. Magic Is Dead is also a chronicle of magic’s rich history and how it has changed in the internet age, as the young guns embrace social media and move away from the old-school take on the craft. As he tells the story of the52, and his role as its most unlikely member, Ian reveals his own connection with trickery and deceit and how he first learned the elements that make magic work from his poker-playing mother. He recalls their adventures in card rooms and casinos after his father’s sudden death, and shares a touching moment that he had, as a working journalist, with his childhood idol Shaquille O’Neal. “Magic—the romanticism of the inexplicable, the awe and admiration of the unexpected—is an underlying force in how we view the world and its myriad possibilities,” Ian writes. As his journey continues, Ian not only becomes a performer and creator of magic—even fooling the late Anthony Bourdain during a chance encounter—he also cements a new brotherhood, and begins to understand his relationship with his father, fifteen years after his death. Written with psychological acuity and a keen eye for detail, Magic Is Dead is an engrossing tale full of wonder and surprise.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

The Un Magician

Author : Christopher Golden
ISBN : 9780689866616
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Timothy is an outcast because he has no magic powers, but when he returns to the city of his birth he discovers things about himself that may explain why the government is after him.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Diary Of A Blind Magician

Author : Gary Haun
ISBN : 9781449082550
Genre : Performing Arts
File Size : 64.2 MB
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In this book Gary reveals how magic has helped him overcome his limitations. As a blind magician, Gary explains what he has had to do to perform magic. He discusses the techniques and methods that have enabled him to become one of the world’s finest blind magicians. In Diary of a Blind Magician, Gary shares his passion for magic with you. He not only gives you some very interesting information about magic he actually teaches you how to perform some easy to do magic tricks.
Category: Performing Arts