Publisher description for Young magician : magic tricks / Oliver Ho.
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So, you want to be the best magician in school? Your best audience for your very first magic show is a full-length mirror! That's where you'll get so good that your friends, even your teacher, won't figure out your secrets. Every trick uses ordinary household stuff, such as string, a saltshaker, pencils, soda bottles, and balloons you can turn into magical objects. Tie a knot in a string without touching it, then cut it in two, and put it back together again. Make a saltshaker disappear. Turn a pencil into rubber. Bend a spoon with two fingers and straighten it again. Watch everybody's eyes when you trap a ghost in a bottle so it moves a coin up and down. Stick a pin into a balloon without popping it. All 23 tricks will make your friends beg you to do them again and again, but they'll never catch on.
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Magic tricks Juvenile literature, Magic tricks