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What is the first magic book you remember reading? For me, it was a copy of Blackstone's "Modern Card Tricks and Secrets of Magic" from the St. Paul Public Library. I just acquired a copy of that same edition, and paging through it brings back memories of childhood days spent uncovering the mysteries of the universe. Which book does that for you?
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Henry Hay's The Amateur Magician's Handbook.
"Long may magicians fascinate and continue to be fascinated by the mystery potential in a pack of cards."
~Cliff Green

"The greatest tricks ever performed are not done at all. The audience simply think they see them."
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The first books I remember getting from the library are...

Blackstone's Secrets of Magic
Mulhollands Book of Magic
Dunninger's Complete Encyclipedia of Magic

To this day I still love looking at the illustrations from the Dunninger book.

A friends father lent me his set of Tarbell books... At the time it put me into a magic overload; not until much latter could I really appreciate them.

My first purchased magic books were...

Amateur Magicians Handbook
Mark Wilson's Course in Magic (book and props)
Many of the dollar to 2 dollar pamphlet books at the back of my EZ Magic catalog

Take care,
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