Looking for the best Magic Trick books? Browse our list to find excellent book recommendations on the subject.
- Depression & Other Magic Tricks (Button Poetry) (2017)
- Grandpa Magic: 116 Easy Tricks, Amazing Brainteasers, and Simple Stunts to Wow the Grandkids (2018)
- Self-Working Card Tricks (Dover Magic Books) (1976)
- Modern Coin Magic: 116 Coin Sleights and 236 Coin Tricks (1982)
- Kids’ Magic Secrets: Simple Magic Tricks & Why They Work (2003)
- Easy-to-Do Card Tricks for Children (Become a Magician) (1989)
- 101 Clever Card Tricks (2016)
- Magic Tricks from the Tree House: A Fun Companion to Magic Tree House #50: Hurry Up, Houdini! (Magic Tree House (R)) (2013)
- Joshua Jay’s Amazing Book of Cards: Tricks, Shuffles, Stunts & Hustles Plus Bets You Can’t Lose (2010)
- Everyday Magic for Kids: 30 Amazing Magic Tricks That You Can Do Anywhere (2018)
- Magic: The Complete Course (2008)
- Humphrey’s Mixed-Up Magic Trick (Humphrey’s Tiny Tales) (2016)
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Depression & Other Magic Tricks is the debut book by Sabrina Benaim, one of the most-viewed performance poets of all time, whose poem “Explaining My Depression to My Mother” has become a cultural phenomenon with over 50,000,000 views.
Guaranteed to make grandparenting even more fun, Grandpa Magic is sure to entertain—and crack up—the grandkids. From the old pull-a-quarter-from-behind-a-kid’'s-ear trick and “removing your thumb” to card tricks, stunts for the dinner table, and verbal puzzles that surprise and delight, there’s something for everyone. Step-by-step illustrations make them easy to learn.
What is a self-working card trick? A trick that does not depend upon legerdemain or special abilities on the part of the magician, but a trick that works automatically because of the mathematics inherent in the card deck itself.
When party guests request a few tricks, be prepared. Ask for a coin, and perform some of the tricks in this book. Because you will not have been aided by special stage apparatus, the results will be all the more astonishing. As tricks with coins are so readily improvised, they are among the most impressive forms of legerdemain.This book is the most complete treatise ever written on sleight-of-hand coin conjuring. Celebrated magician J. B.
Kids’ Magic Secrets: Simple Magic Tricks & Why They Work (2003)
Using everyday items found in most homes, aspiring young magicians can dazzle friends and family with this best-selling kid’s guide to performing magic tricks. With the help of this book, young magicians can magically make things appear and disappear, make rubber bands seem to go through fingers, and make ghostly names appear on water tumblers. There are eight fun categories of magic ranging from All Wet to Amazingly Mysterious. Of course, there’s Pick-A-Card–Any Card!
Children love card tricks, and with this book by an expert in magic and card conjuring, youngsters will be able to master a host of tricks especially designed for them.Tricks are arranged in order of difficulty, with the simplest at the beginning of the book.
101 Clever Card Tricks (2016)
This simple step-by-step guide makes magic easy no matter what your age. Use ‘Brain power’ tricks that use mathematics and exercise your memory skills to perform mind-reading stunts. Inventive tricks using mobile phones will delight more experienced magicians looking for something new.
Magic Tricks from the Tree House: A Fun Companion to Magic Tree House #50: Hurry Up, Houdini! (Magic Tree House (R)) (2013)
It’s a book of magic tricks perfect for chapter book readers! When Jack and Annie went back in time to meet Houdini, they learned that the most famous magician of all time didn’t use real magic at all. It was a trick! Now they’ve tracked down all the best, most fun, most tricky magic tricks and put them together in one book.
Joshua Jay’s Amazing Book of Cards: Tricks, Shuffles, Stunts & Hustles Plus Bets You Can’t Lose (2010)
Finally, here’s how to do all those showy tricks and flourishes that card players are dying to know: how to send a deck cascading from one hand to the other. How to snap open two flawless fans. How to cut a deck with one hand. Choose four aces seemingly at random. Flick a card accurately across the room.The clearest, easiest-to-follow book of step-by-step directions, The Amazing Book of Cards will show anyone how to do 52 amazing things with a deck of cards.
Perfect the art of magic with simple every day objects and tips from professional magician Justin Flom.Using every day objects, daring magician Justin Flom (434K Facebook followers and 153K subscribers on YouTube) will teach kids all they need to know to perform 30 amazing and how-did-you-do-that magic tricks at the turn of a hat.
Magic: The Complete Course (2008)
Magic is everywhere, from the big spectacle celebrity of David Copperfield and Siegfried and Roy to the quirky Penn and Teller to the spooky David Blaine and Criss Angel to the endless material on YouTube. But until now, learning it has never been easy―that’s all about to change with Magic, a book that does for close-up magic what How to Grill does for barbecue.
The kids in Room 26 are talking about jobs they want to have when they grow up. Golden-Miranda wants to be a magician and, even more exciting, she wants Humphrey to be her assistant when she shows the class some tricks. But when one of her tricks is in trouble, can Humphrey’s quick thinking (and scampering) fix it in time? With sweet illustrations and an easy reading level, Humphrey’s Tiny Tales are great-great-great for emerging readers.
Best Magic Trick Books You Should Read
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Hand sewing magic: essential know-how for hand stitching: with pro tips, tricks, and troubleshooting ; master tension and other techniques ; 10 easy, creative projects
Author(s): Krawczyk, Lynn
ID: 2605318, Publisher: Rockport Publishers;Quarry Books, Year: 2019, Size: 39 Mb, Format: epub
Exactly What to Say: The Magic Words for Influence and Impact
Author(s): Jones, Phil M
ID: 2682158, Publisher: Box of Tricks Publishing;Page Two Books, Year: 2018;2017, Size: 857 Kb, Format: azw3
Depression & Other Magic Tricks
Author(s): Sabrina Benaim
ID: 2216970, Publisher: Button Poetry, Year: 2017, Size: 759 Kb, Format: azw3
Please note that this booklist is not final. Some books are absolutely best-sellers according to Washington Post, others are drafted by unknown writers. On top of that, you can always find additional tutorials and courses on Coursera, Udemy or edX, for example. Are there any other relevant resources you could recommend? Drop a comment if you have any feedback on the list.