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The idea of literature extension--using hands-on projects from math, science, music, drama, and art to expand on literary works--is an increasingly popular teaching method (with national initiatives sprouting up from Vermont Center for the Book and the Minneapolis Children's Museum in partnerships with ALA's Office of Public Programs and ALSC). It's an innovative concept, though, and there are few resources that show children's librarians, teachers, and early childhood educators how to make these activities effective learning experiences, while promoting a love of books in young readers.
As the title only suggests that even if you know nothing about magic,still you can learn with the help of this book.Here are over 50 fabulous tricks that anyone can learn and entertain his family and friends with.The first two books by the author on the same subject have already received tremendous applause from the public. This one is the third in the series and has been appreciated by the British master magician and top TV entertainer Paul Daniel.Some of the gems included in the book are:*Computerized Day of Birth.*Memory Magic.*Mathemagic.*The Rising Card.*Coneful of Flowers.*British Magic.*A Little Hanky Panky.*Magicap.*Magic Writing.
Considered by some as the best book on magic available. The magical system found here originated in Egypt from one who was known as Abramelin the Mage. Became the main source in Aleister Crowleys work, using its magical concepts and rituals. Contains a complete system of ceremonial magic, covering areas considered to be both black and white. Covers healing, reading minds, levitation, clairvoyance, commanding spirits, becoming invisible, creating illusions, and more. Advanced text that requires focus and concentration. If patience is used, one can be successful in its practice.
Raggedy Ann tales, written and drawn by Johnny Gruelle, have been entertaining children since 1918. Pook Press are working to republish these classic works in affordable, high quality, colour editions, using the original text and artwork so these works can delight another generation of children.
Would you like to confound your friends, amaze your acquaintances, amuse and dazzle crowds at parties and gatherings? Mastering a few card tricks will allow you to do all that and more. With the help of this book, anyone can develop a versatile repertoire of first-rate card tricks. In fact, mastery of just the first chapter will enable you to perform a half-dozen astounding and entertaining sleights of hand. The authors, both noted authorities on magic, present complete, easy-to-understand explanations of shuffles, flourishes, the glide, the glimpse, false shuffles and cuts, the pass, the classic force, and many other techniques. These will enable card handlers to perform over 100 mind-boggling feats of card magic, including Thought Stealer, Gray's Spelling Trick, Do as I Do, Now You See It, Obliging Aces, Rapid Transit, Kangaroo Card, A Tipsy Trick, and dozens of others. Illustrated with more than 120 clear line cuts that make the explanations easy to follow, this exciting introduction to card conjuring will enable even beginners to develop professional-level skill and the ability to perform tricks guaranteed to astound family and friends. Unabridged Dover (1999) republication of the work published by World Publishing Company, Cleveland, Ohio, 1951 (first edition, Harper & Brothers, 1948).
Fun and fascinating, 89 simple magic tricks will teach both children and adults the scientific principles behind electricity, magnetism, sound, gravity, water, and more. Only basic everyday items are needed. Includes 89 black-and-white illustrations.

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