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From the Publisher

While "magic" has lots of meanings to different people, for our purposes here in this all new exciting and interesting book, 71+10 Magic Tricks for Children, it is referred to as the art of illusion or the process of making something appear to be happening that actually isn't.

So children, if you have been wondering what's so unique and special about the world of Magic and harnessing an earnest desire in your hearts to become a Magician -- here are some amazing secrets or exclusive tips to perform various types of Magical Tricks described in the book. With these secrets or tips, you can not only excel in performing the tricks explained in the book, but also create some new ones on your own with the skills, techniques and knowledge gained from the book and of course, a bit of your imagination!

The salient features of the book include –

• How to get started in the world of Magic

• Basic Tips for Beginners

• Famous Magicians of the world and their Contributions

• Mesmerise your family, friends and teachers with 71 Simple and Amazing Magic Tricks to read, understand and then perform

• Ten most appealing and outstanding Tricks in Colour

The book with all its unique features mentioned above and much more will fascinate all its readers, particularly the children, who are thrilled and enjoy the most, while watching a magic show. And now, when they know how to perform a magic, or the secret behind performing a magic – the book will become all the more interesting and worth reading!

Published: V&S Publishers an imprint of Vearsa Limited on
ISBN: 9789350574003
List price: $4.00
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