The Little Giant Book of Tricks and Pranks by Richard E. Churchill


The Little Giant Book of Tricks and Pranks by Richard E. Churchill

Gotcha! With more than 350 pages filled with trickery, sucker bets and mind-blowing stunts, young jokesters will find plenty to keep them busy - and keep their friends off-balance. After all, with gags that range from the famous tablecloth pull to a brand new spin on banknote-folding tricks, who knows what could be coming next? This Little Giant book is simply one-stop shopping for every kid's prank-playing needs. Wily youngsters can make tricky moves with funny money, do astonishing acts with strings and things, lead people astray with misleading riddles, and make magic with numbers. Sometimes the fun comes from challenging another person to do something that actually is impossible. Amusing line drawings throughout and detailed explanations of how each gag works add to the good times. Perfect shut-up book for kids on any car or plane or train journey. Another winner in the kids' line of Little Giant Bestsellers: chunky bag-packing books at a great retail price point.

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352 pages
Interest Age: 7 to 11 years


Richard E. Churchill
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Publication date

17th November 2005



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