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Everyone gets asked this it seems, so here it goes:

What magic books have you found most useful?

&

What are your favorite non-magic books?


(Despite the flippancy of the opening sentence, I really am interested)

P.S. I look forward to reading your Ideas 2005 Lecture Notes. If they're as thorough as your past publications, I'm sure I'm in for a treat.

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"What magic books have you found most useful?"

Tarbell Course in Magic
Pet Secrets by Al Baker
Close-up Magic by Bert Allerton


"What are your favorite non-magic books?"

ABC's of Relativity by Bertram Russell
Concepts of Modern Physics by Authur Beiser
I Robot by Asimov
Magic Al. Say it fast and it is magical.
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