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What a coincidence. One of my fellow professors wrote this book last year: http://dianalopezbooks.com/nothing-up-my-sleeve.php

Turns out it is perfect reading for my 12 year old granddaughter.

Age appropriate, it may help her to understand the importance of presentation and a routine.

If you have a yong person in your life who is just beginning their magical journey, you might want to take a look at this book.
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I couldn't get your link to "work"!

I'm currently mentoring a 13 year old lad, and, with your recommendation, I would like to check the book out. (Ha! I did a "Charlie Miller"! --I used a preposition to end that sentence WITH!!!)

I aint no professor. --Just an 86 year old prestidigitator.

This computer is going back to the store. (It's malfunctioning) So, I'll be off line for a few days.

Thanks!
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Google Diana Lopez books.com.

I just got her to autograph my book for my granddaughter. Turns out that her husband is a resident of this forum.

She made the local papers today, as well. She has just published the book version of Disney’s new movie, “Coco.”
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On Oct 16, 2017, Wandering Man wrote:
What a coincidence. One of my fellow professors wrote this book last year: http://dianalopezbooks.com/nothing-up-my-sleeve.php

Turns out it is perfect reading for my 12-year-old granddaughter.

Age appropriate, it may help her to understand the importance of presentation and a routine.

If you have a young person in your life who is just beginning their magical journey, you might want to take a look at this book.


For a follow-up book if the situation arises may I suggest the book "A Book of Magic for Young Magicians: The Secrets of Alkazar" by Dover publications. Very much in the same vein as the book, you just described but less narrative driven and more instructional exploring other magic concepts and principles.

http://store.doverpublications.com/048627134x.html

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