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Topic: Better Coloring Books?
Message: Posted by: JohnCressman (Dec 20, 2005 07:38AM)
Anyone know where I can find magic coloring books, other than the standard 3-way coloring books?
Message: Posted by: Dynamike (Dec 20, 2005 07:49AM)
http://www.clownantics.com/coloringbooks.shtml They have several.
Message: Posted by: Dennis Michael (Dec 20, 2005 08:36AM)
Dynamike

Everyone of them listed on that link is a good coloring book routine. The sixway, has a cool routine from Dave Risley and works well in Daycare shows.

I have them all and others, except for the gospel books.
Message: Posted by: JohnCressman (Dec 20, 2005 09:24AM)
I know there's also a "coloring book" that actually does a trick... Anyone have an experience with it and how it goes over well with kids?
Message: Posted by: Dennis Michael (Dec 20, 2005 10:03AM)
Those listed all do tricks. And they are great for the 3-6 age group.
Message: Posted by: Donald Dunphy (Dec 20, 2005 11:02AM)
John, are you referring to the trick where you roll up the book at the end, and crayons can be "poured" out?

([url=http://www.kenscottproducts.com]Ken Scott[/url] also sells a version called [url=http://www.kenscottproducts.com/TreasureBook.html]"Book of Treasures"[/url] where gold coins are "poured" out at the end.)

Or are you referring to something else?

- Donald
Message: Posted by: Neale - Bacon (Dec 20, 2005 11:48AM)
Donald,

I have som ething similar called the Wish Book, that produces toys at the end. I got it from Ebay. I am not sure who made it.
Message: Posted by: Dennis Michael (Dec 20, 2005 11:52AM)
This concept can be homemade with any topic one chooses.
Message: Posted by: JohnCressman (Dec 20, 2005 01:05PM)
Hmm... actually... the book I saw did something about showing a rabbit doing a card trick... and then at the end it produces a card a volunteer picked.
Message: Posted by: Dennis Michael (Dec 20, 2005 02:58PM)
There are several Card tricks that do that Cartoon Cards, Fartoon Cards, Business Cards to selected card. are some that come to mind
Message: Posted by: honus (Dec 20, 2005 07:55PM)
I believe you're thinking of this:

http://www.hanklee.org/xcart/customer/product.php?productid=7414&cat=&page=2

No idea whether it's any good or not, though.
Message: Posted by: Dennis Michael (Dec 20, 2005 10:06PM)
Haven't seen that one but it looks promising, for adults as well as children.
Message: Posted by: JohnCressman (Dec 21, 2005 06:38AM)
Yup... that was it. Thanks!