Over 50 safe tricks — all based on scientific principles. Grade-schoolers using common, everyday items will soon be performing such mystifying feats as making squares and lines disappear, creating a magical doorway out of paper, cutting glass with scissors, inserting a pin in a balloon without ... read more
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Over 50 safe tricks — all based on scientific principles. Grade-schoolers using common, everyday items will soon be performing such mystifying feats as making squares and lines disappear, creating a magical doorway out of paper, cutting glass with scissors, inserting a pin in a balloon without popping it, and much more.
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