This book introduces the beginner magician to tricks he or she can do at the dinner table. Step-by-step instructions and helpful illustrations encourage readers to develop a love for magic.
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The Beginner Magic series successfully provides an array of tricks with step-by-step instruction that is both easy and fun to follow. The illustrations in some magic books can be puzzling, but these ink-and-color drawings are particularly clear, with two shots often shown to the reader: one depicting what the audience sees, the other the magician’s view. Easy Dinner Table Tricks takes implements right off the table. Kids will learn to “melt” sugar, switch salt and pepper, and make glasses move. Each book features a good introduction, “Magic Secrets” with advice from real magicians, and boxed helpful tips. The colorful and attractive format makes a point of showing young magicians of various ethnicities, so everybody can get in on the hocus-pocus. Grades 3-6. --Ilene Cooper
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