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The theme of the book is a collection of tricks either conceived by Jennings in or around the year 1967. It also contains contemporary reworkings of some of these tricks by Jennings.
 
The theme of the book is a collection of tricks either conceived by Jennings in or around the year 1967. It also contains contemporary reworkings of some of these tricks by Jennings.
  
The second book in the trilogy is [[Mr. Jennings Takes It Easy]], while the third is [[Mr. Jennings Takes It Tough]].
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This is the first book of an expected trilogy which will include [[Mr. Jennings Takes It Easy]] and [[Mr. Jennings Takes It Tough]].
  
  
 
[[Category:Close Up Magic Books]]
 
[[Category:Close Up Magic Books]]
 
[[Category:Books published in the 1990s]]
 
[[Category:Books published in the 1990s]]

Revision as of 22:32, 5 April 2009

The first book in a trilogy devoted to the magic of Larry Jennings. All three volumes will be written by Richard Kaufman. Jennings '67 was illustrated by Earle Oakes.

The theme of the book is a collection of tricks either conceived by Jennings in or around the year 1967. It also contains contemporary reworkings of some of these tricks by Jennings.

This is the first book of an expected trilogy which will include Mr. Jennings Takes It Easy and Mr. Jennings Takes It Tough.