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Coloring Book of Magic - Extra Large BLANK 14"L x 10.5" W

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There is more value to extra large than being able to see it from far away. Clowns use extra-large for comedy. Teaching material and toys for little kids are often extra-large to draw and hold attention.

Extra Large props seem more valuable and more professional in a kids' show. Having an extra large show is just one reason to have an extra-large "Coloring Book of Magic."

One of the finest tricks in magic. The coloring book is shown to the audience, which appears to be all blank pages. With a wave of the magician's hand or wand, pictures (outlined in black) suddenly appear in the book. Taking the trick one step further, and a good time to bring in audience participation, all the black and white pictures are now all colored in bright, vibrant colors! For a fitting finale, magically make it all disappear back to the original blank pages! 

Safeguard your trick by also purchasing the Blank Magic Coloring Book (6221blank). Imagine if someone says "I know this trick!" or wants to look thru the book to "verify" that it's really blank. You can hand them the Blank Magic Coloring Book instead, because the cover is exactly the same as the Original Magic Coloring Book, but as the name states - all the pages are completely blank.

The Royal Magic Coloring book is the finest on the market. Changes from blank pages to outlined pages to colored drawings are made with the greatest of ease. If you can flip through a book, you can perform this astonishing trick!

 Now you can get the same thing in three sizes.

The benefits include:

1) A smaller prop fits a smaller or closer audience. Like a restaurant table or a small circle of kids.

2) The small one fits in a shirt pocket. 8"L x 5.5" W

3) The medium one fits (original size) into a large clown pocket or most magic cases. 11" L x 8.5" W

4) The big one works well in a living room or a small crowd. Extra Large 14" L x 10.5" W

That's all nice but I like the fact that they are exactly the same except for size. I'd come up with a three-book Monte routine. It would require the clown logic of discounting the fact they are different sizes. Show two books colored in and one book blank. Ask them if they can follow the blank book. Mix the books up and have them choose. I might let them win a few times to make it into a running gag. Just a thought.

 

 




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