More Fun with Magic
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|More Fun with Magic|
|Publisher||J.B. Lippincott Co.|
|Preceded by||Secrets of Magic|
|Followed by||Tricks and Stunts with Playing Cards|
More Fun with Magic is the eighth of 10 magic books by Joseph Leeming.
The 89-page book was reviewed in the following periodicals:
- Hugard's Magic Monthly, "Book Profiles," by John Crimmins Jr., Nov. 1948, Vol. 6, No. 6, p. 482. "Any intelligent youngster with a desire to make things and a bent for magic will find this new book exciting," writes Crimmins. "and the tricks [are] easy to do by following Mr. Leeming's directions."
- The Sphinx, "Magic in Print," by Frazee, Nov. 10, 1948, Vol. 47, No. 9, p. 253. According to Frazee, "The book is interestingly written and has understandable illustrations by Jessie Robinson but the magic can hardly be described as suitable for the age child who is shown in the pictures."
- The Linking Ring, "Focus on Hocus," by J.G. Thompson Jr., Nov. 1948, Vol. 28, No. 9, pp. 90–91. Thompson writes that "the advanced amateur will find little which will appeal to him, while the neophyte will discover much to delight his heart ... Worth noting is the fact that the Si Stebbins arrangement is described in detail together with an explanation of six tricks based upon this system."
- Boys' Life, "Books for Book Week," November 1948, p. 38. "You can start with simple tricks and work up to the advanced stage, where you can saw your best girl in two and take her to supper afterward in one piece."
More Fun with Magic includes six sections:
- Card Magic
- Handkerchief Magic
- Coin Magic
- Mind-Reading Magic
- Miscellaneous Magic
- Home-Made Stage Illusions
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