Magic for Everybody
|Magic for Everybody|
|Publisher||Doubleday, Doran & Co.|
Magic for Everybody is the second of 11 magic books by Joseph Leeming.
Included on the "Books for Christmas and All the Year" list in Boys' Life, Dec. 1928, p. 71 and briefly reviewed in The Linking Ring, Dec. 1935, Vol. 15, No. 10, p. 892, the 260-page book has 15 sections including magic with rings, cards, matches, handkerchiefs, cigars, cigarettes, numbers, coins, dice, dominoes, paper, string, rope, glasses, tape, balls, eggs, pencils, thimbles, and paperclips. There also are sections on mental and body magic.
"This is the best book on impromptu and pocket magic that I have come across in a long time," wrote W. F. Van Zandt in his reveiw in The Linking Ring. "If I were to recommend any one book on [impromptu and pocket] magic, it would be this one."
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