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Joshua Jay, "Big Magic for Little Hands"

Kids love magic. They love to see it, and they love to do it. Enter Joshua Jay, who started doing magic when he was 7 and was named champion at the World Magic Seminar (the Olympics of magic) by the time he was 16. His Big Magic for Little Hands is packed with 25 astonishing illusions for kids ages 7 and up. In other words, it’s sleight of hand for the small of hand. 

These are tricks that require little prep time and dexterity yet are guaranteed to deliver a big payoff. The large format, oversized ext, and black-and-white vintage-style illustrations make Big Magicparticularly easy to follow and kid-friendly. Here’s how to levitate your sibling several feet off a bed. Escape Houdini-like from tightly bound ropes. There are also impromptu effects that can be performed anytime, anywhere, like Spook-Key, in which an antique key mysteriously rotates in your hand. Each easy-to-perform feat is clearly illustrated with step-by-step drawings and accompanied by insider tips. 

Joshua Jay is a master who guides his apprentices through every aspect of the magician’s art, from the first step—taking the Magician’s Oath—to how to minimize nervousness (Rule #1: Rehearse. A lot).

Joshua Jay is an acclaimed performer, author, and lecturer on the art of magic. He is a former world champion, and was named "Magician of the Year" in 2012 by the Society of American Magicians. He has performed and lectured on magic all over the world, and performs regularly at the Magic Castle in Hollywood, California. Jay has authored three books on magic, and his most recent book, for children, is called Big Magic for Little Hands.

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Event Date: 
Friday, May 1, 2015 - 4:30pm
Event address: 
R.J. Julia Booksellers
768 Boston Post Road
Madison, CO 06443
Big Magic for Little Hands: 25 Astounding Illusions for Young Magicians Cover Image
ISBN: 9780761180098
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Published: Workman Publishing Company - October 21st, 2014