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|Died||February 23, 1995 (age 94) |
|Categories||Books by Norman Hunter|
He contributed a magic column to the Practical Mechanics magazine and wrote the Professor Branestawn books, which became famous on BBC "Children's Hour."
- Simplified Conjuring for All (C. Arthur Pearson Ltd., 1923)
- New And Easy Magic (1925)
- Hey Presto (1931)
- New Conjuring without Skill (1935)
- Successful Conjuring for Amateurs (1951)
- The Puffin Book of Magic (1968)
- Magic Tricks (Penguin Books, 1968). Formerly The Puffin Book of Magic.
- ↑ Linking Ring, May 1995