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The Klutz Book Of Magic Review

The Klutz Book Of Magic Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Oct 28, 2009
( Rating: 5 Star Rating)

Got magic on your mind? While magicians hardly ever reveal their secrets, you can learn all sorts of classic and cool tricks with best-seller The Klutz Book Of Magic, which comes with props and instructions to totally mystify your friends and family!

Got magic on your mind? While magicians hardly ever reveal their secrets, you can learn how to do all sorts of classic and cool tricks with best-seller The Klutz Book Of Magic, which comes with all the props and instructions you need to totally mystify your friends and family!


Making Magic

Did you know performing magic is actually one of the oldest art forms? Yup, it’s pretty much been around forever, combining a mix of performing, acting and the telling of tales. In order to be a truly great magician, you’ll not only have to learn the tricks of the trade – you’ll also have to train hard to make every word and motion lead your audience into believing that the tricks you’re performing are really MAGIC.


Tricks Of The Trade

Some of the tricks you’ll learn from The Klutz Book Of Magic include:

  • Young Clips In Love: use a dollar bill to make two paper clips “magically” attach
  • The French Drop: make a coin “disappear” in your hand
  • Vanishing Salt Shaker: just what it says
  • Siamese Twin Ropes: get volunteers to help you “magically” manipulate a couple of ropes

  • The Klutz Book Of Magic Rating: 5


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