What are some good magic trick books?
Mark Wilson's Course in Magic
Black book with guy in a suit on the cover, magic written in color.
Has very good basic tricks, self-working, and everything a great magician should know before venturing into extremely hard magic. Some tricks require you to have gimmicks and stuff, 1/2 of which can be acquired cheaply or mde at home.
There are a lot of drawings in it so you'll get each step of a trick or move.
Hopefully this helps. :)
Some of the best tricks happen if you are a gymnast. If you do gymnastics you can do backflips or cartwheels. Some other tricks are with your pets if you bring any. If you bring the equipment then magic tricks work beautifully. When I was growing up, there was a lady in the neighborhood who would always make you do a trick to get a treat.
As an active magician and magic effect collector, I believe the oldest known magic trick is the Cups and Balls routine, which some say dates back to ancient Egypt. The Cups and Balls involves the most fundamental principles in magic, such as misdirection, and is one of the most learned tricks for beginner magicians and enthusiasts alike.
Enid Blyton Enid Blyton ofcourse! Although, after she died, some other authors have made up some more books which are "supposed" to be by her. Personally, my opinion is that they don't even sound like her books! If you like magic and bedtime stories then its a good idea to read the books about the faraway tree and the awards.
Street Magic, is a performance magic, known a illusion (sometimes called slight of hand). There are any number of good books available in your local library that can get you started on the basics. As I understand it once you have acquired some talent at it, there are people willing to teach you the more complex things.
I want to read some books that have adventure romance would be a plus and it would be nice if it isn't a stand alone novel but no magic. Any good young adult novels that don't involve magic?
Pride and Prejudice is a really good book and movie!!i suggest you read or watch it if you want romance and adventure and it doesn't have magic! maybe twilight. also, the forest of hands and teeth is good, though i don't know if there will be a book after it. also, gone. there are also books by Melina marchetta.
There a ton of safe magic tricks you could do. Some include simple sleight of hand tricks such as making coins disappear, or finding their card in a deck of cards. You could also pick up some trick decks which have special tricks in order to make it seem like you are doing magic, and they are all safe.
some good books would be: The Clique series by Lisi Harrison, the Magic in Manhattan series by Sarah Mylnowski, you could also try the Twilight series by Stephanie Meyer, I would suggest you read the last two books before your daughter reads them. I'm in 7th grade and my mom hasn't let me read them yet. Another good series would be Little House on the Prairie by Laura Ingalls Wilder.