We have soucred the best books that are used and recommended by sleight of hand magicians and all experenced magicians. These are the books that will help you start and progess your skills and to take you to the next level. So if your looking to get into sleight of hand then these are the books you will need to start blowing peoples minds.
RECOMMEDED BY MAGICANS
If your serious about getting into sleight of hand and card magic this is the book for you and the place to start. We recommend you by all five volumes to have the perfect refernce libary for anyone serious about handling a pack of cards but adding one at a time is a great way of building your knowlwdge.
Card College is availabe in a 5 volume set or you can buy them seperatly. Find out more.
Street Magic: Street Tricks, Sleight of Hand and Illusion
It’s magic—close-up, in-your-face magic, as taught by Britain’s leading comedy conjurer. Zenon presents all his great tricks and illusions in an accessible jargon-free format that’s well illustrated with easy-to-follow diagrams. There’s no skimping on important detail, and the book begins with the simplest tricks, so beginners can focus on entertainment rather than sleight-of-hand. As skills grow, novices can progress to card counting, predictions, graphology, and a heart-stopping routine where the dead seem to appear. Fined our more.
Modern Coin Magic: 116 Coin Sleights and 236 Coin Tricks
This book is the most complete treatise ever written on sleight-of-hand coin conjuring. J.B Bobo as put together his best and most useful coin tricks performed by the most notable prestidigitators. Find out more.
Now You See It, Now You Don’t!: Lessons in Sleight of Hand
A new and simple learn-by-picture method that makes it easy for anyone aged twelve and up to perform all the classic sleights just as they are done by the world’s greatest professional magicians. Long-time magician Bill Tarr has teamed up with Barry Ross, an illustrator famous for his instructional sports diagrams, for easy-to-follow, step-by-step instructions, so that with the help of more than 1,500 line drawings that capture each eye-fooling movement, you’ll learn everything from simple sleights you can master in minutes to the great classics of magic. With ordinary objects a regular deck of cards, a coin from someone’s pocket, a few balls of crumpled aluminum foil you’ll soon be doing. Find out more.