Barnes & Noble The The Book of Card Trickery: Throw, Fan Flouris, Spot Cheaters, and Do Magic with Cards

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Card tricks aren't just for Uncles at holiday parties. Your little magician will love wowing his friends with cool tricks he can pick up from this easy-to-follow guide.

From throwing cards to fancy shuffles, from mind-blowing magic to sneaky ways that cheaters cheat everything you need to rule any deck of cards is here, including the deck of cards. These 54 cards are bridge-sized, which means they are na...rrower than a standard deck and easier for novice hands to manipulate. Plus we ve included some very special cards (to be used for some very special magic tricks) that we are not at liberty to describe here. Read More

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Sometimes you can change history . . . and sometimes history can change you. When Stosh travels into the past to meet Roberto Clem...ente, a legendary ballplayer and a beloved humanitarian, he s got only one goal: warning Roberto not to get on the doomed plane that will end his life in a terrible crash. In the sixties, Stosh meets free-spirited Sunrise, and together they travel across the country to a ball game that leaves them breathless and face-to-face with Roberto. But when the time comes for Stosh to return to the future, he finds that the adventure has only just begun. . . . Join Stosh and Sunrise on a journey that will take you into the past, from the excitement of Woodstock to a life-changing encounter with Roberto Clemente and into a surprising future! Read More

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Cannons are blasting! Bullets are flying! Wounded soldiers are everywhere! Stosh has time-traveled to 1863, right into the middle ...of the Civil War. In possibly his most exciting and definitely his most dangerous trip yet, Stosh has decided to answer the question for all time: did Abner Doubleday, a Civil War general, really invent the game of baseball? It s all here: big laughs, dramatic action, fast baseball games in the middle of a battlefield. You ll be blown away by this sixth amazing baseball card adventure! With his ability to travel through time using baseball cards and photographs, thirteen-year-old Joe and his mother go back to 1863 to ask Abner Doubleday whether he invented baseball, but instead find themselves in the middle of the Battle of Gettysburg. Read More

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On October 1, 1932, during Game Three of the Chicago Cubs New York Yankees World Series, Babe Ruth belted a long home run to strai...ghtaway centerfield. According to legend, just before he hit, Babe pointed to the centerfield bleachers and boldly predicted he would slam the next pitch there. Did he call that shot, or didn t he? Witnesses never agreed. Joe Stoshack knows there s one way to solve the mystery slip back seventy years and see for himself. As fans of Dan Gutman s acclaimed novels Honus and Me and Jackie and Me know, Joe has the astonishing ability to travel through time-with baseball cards! Now he s bound for Chicago s Wrigley Field by way of Depression-era New York. Only this time his dad-who doesn t spend a lot of time with Joe in the present, never mind the past-is along for the trip. Joe has waited a long time for his father to take him to a big league game, but he never dreamed it could be this one! On October 1, 1932, during Game Three of the Chicago Cubs-New York Yankees World Series, Babe Ruth belted a long home run to straight-away centerfield.According to legend, just before he hit, Babe pointed to the centerfield bleachers and boldly predicted he would slam the next pitch there. Did he call that shot, or didn t he? Witnesses never agreed. Joe Stoshack knows there s one way to solve the mystery slip back seventy years and see for himself.On October 1, 1932, during Game Three of the Chicago Cubs-New York Yankees World Series, Babe Ruth belted a long home run to straight-away centerfield. According to legend, just before he hit, Babe pointed to the centerfield bleachers and boldly predicted he would slam the next pitch there. Did he call that shot, or didn t he? Witnesses never agreed. Joe Stoshack knows there s one way to solve the mystery slip back seventy years and see for himself. With their ability to travel through time using vintage baseball cards, Joe and his father have the opportunity to find out whether Babe Ruth really did call his shot when he hit that homerun in the third game of the 1932 World Series against the Chicago Cubs. Read More

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Angry Birds Card Game The survival of the Angry Birds is at stake! Be the first person to strategically knock out the object cards... with your bird cards. Then shoot the die to topple the golden eggs and win with this quick-play game that s based on the popular phone app. For ages 7 and up. Read More

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  • Product Details

Card tricks aren't just for Uncles at holiday parties. Your little magician will love wowing his friends with cool tricks he can pick up from this easy-to-follow guide.

From throwing cards to fancy shuffles, from mind-blowing magic to sneaky ways that cheaters cheat everything you need to rule an...y deck of cards is here, including the deck of cards. These 54 cards are bridge-sized, which means they are narrower than a standard deck and easier for novice hands to manipulate. Plus we ve included some very special cards (to be used for some very special magic tricks) that we are not at liberty to describe here. Read More

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ThinkFun Swish Jr. Product Features: See It! Stack It! card game engages players of all ages Builds visual perception, matchin...g, and concentration skills Includes 42 transparent cards Game-go bag is perfect for travel Product Description: Young players build spatial awareness as they mentally flip and rotate see-through cards to find ?Swishes,? two or more cards layered so every shape fits into its matching outline. A fun game of visual perception the whole family will enjoy! This transparent card game is the much-anticipated little sibling to Swish, a two-time nominee for Toy of the Year. For Ages: 5+ Read More

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This new take on an old game involves fish-shaped cards and color matching, with bold colors like Hot Pink and Chartreuse. A great... first card game that is easy to play. For ages 5 and up. Warning: Choking Hazard-Small parts. Not for Children under 3 years of age Read More

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Go retro for your next game night. This vintage-looking set of eeBoo playing cards will introduce your child to the classic Old Maid.

This Old Maid deck distinguishes her from many other characters identified by their interesting occupations. Great beginning caree...r exploration that is fun to play. For ages 5 and up. Warning: Choking Hazard-Small parts. Not for Children under 3 years of age Read More

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Matching suits and numbers is fun to play with these beautifully illustrated cards by Caldecott winner Chris Raschka. For ages 5 a...nd up. Warning: Choking Hazard-Small parts. Not for Children under 3 years of age Read More

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A classic rummy game with animals for categories instead of suits. Playful illustrations add to the fun. For ages 5 and up. Warnin...g: Choking Hazard-Small parts. Not for Children under 3 years of age Read More

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$12.82 $15.99 at Barnes & Noble

Sometimes you can change history . . . and sometimes history can change you. When Stosh travels into the past to meet Roberto Clem...ente, a legendary ballplayer and a beloved humanitarian, he s got only one goal: warning Roberto not to get on the doomed plane that will end his life in a terrible crash. In the sixties, Stosh meets free-spirited Sunrise, and together they travel across the country to a ball game that leaves them breathless and face-to-face with Roberto. But when the time comes for Stosh to return to the future, he finds that the adventure has only just begun. . . . Join Stosh and Sunrise on a journey that will take you into the past, from the excitement of Woodstock to a life-changing encounter with Roberto Clemente and into a surprising future! Read More

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$14.22 $15.60 at Barnes & Noble

Cannons are blasting! Bullets are flying! Wounded soldiers are everywhere! Stosh has time-traveled to 1863, right into the middle ...of the Civil War. In possibly his most exciting and definitely his most dangerous trip yet, Stosh has decided to answer the question for all time: did Abner Doubleday, a Civil War general, really invent the game of baseball? It s all here: big laughs, dramatic action, fast baseball games in the middle of a battlefield. You ll be blown away by this sixth amazing baseball card adventure! With his ability to travel through time using baseball cards and photographs, thirteen-year-old Joe and his mother go back to 1863 to ask Abner Doubleday whether he invented baseball, but instead find themselves in the middle of the Battle of Gettysburg. Read More

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$15.49 $16.99 at Barnes & Noble

On October 1, 1932, during Game Three of the Chicago Cubs New York Yankees World Series, Babe Ruth belted a long home run to strai...ghtaway centerfield. According to legend, just before he hit, Babe pointed to the centerfield bleachers and boldly predicted he would slam the next pitch there. Did he call that shot, or didn t he? Witnesses never agreed. Joe Stoshack knows there s one way to solve the mystery slip back seventy years and see for himself. As fans of Dan Gutman s acclaimed novels Honus and Me and Jackie and Me know, Joe has the astonishing ability to travel through time-with baseball cards! Now he s bound for Chicago s Wrigley Field by way of Depression-era New York. Only this time his dad-who doesn t spend a lot of time with Joe in the present, never mind the past-is along for the trip. Joe has waited a long time for his father to take him to a big league game, but he never dreamed it could be this one! On October 1, 1932, during Game Three of the Chicago Cubs-New York Yankees World Series, Babe Ruth belted a long home run to straight-away centerfield.According to legend, just before he hit, Babe pointed to the centerfield bleachers and boldly predicted he would slam the next pitch there. Did he call that shot, or didn t he? Witnesses never agreed. Joe Stoshack knows there s one way to solve the mystery slip back seventy years and see for himself.On October 1, 1932, during Game Three of the Chicago Cubs-New York Yankees World Series, Babe Ruth belted a long home run to straight-away centerfield. According to legend, just before he hit, Babe pointed to the centerfield bleachers and boldly predicted he would slam the next pitch there. Did he call that shot, or didn t he? Witnesses never agreed. Joe Stoshack knows there s one way to solve the mystery slip back seventy years and see for himself. With their ability to travel through time using vintage baseball cards, Joe and his father have the opportunity to find out whether Babe Ruth really did call his shot when he hit that homerun in the third game of the 1932 World Series against the Chicago Cubs. Read More

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$8.43 at Barnes & Noble

Angry Birds Card Game The survival of the Angry Birds is at stake! Be the first person to strategically knock out the object cards... with your bird cards. Then shoot the die to topple the golden eggs and win with this quick-play game that s based on the popular phone app. For ages 7 and up. Read More

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$29.69 at Barnes & Noble
  • Editors' Notes
  • Product Details

Card tricks aren't just for Uncles at holiday parties. Your little magician will love wowing his friends with cool tricks he can pick up from this easy-to-follow guide.

From throwing cards to fancy shuffles, from mind-blowing magic to sneaky ways that cheaters cheat everything you need to rule an...y deck of cards is here, including the deck of cards. These 54 cards are bridge-sized, which means they are narrower than a standard deck and easier for novice hands to manipulate. Plus we ve included some very special cards (to be used for some very special magic tricks) that we are not at liberty to describe here. Read More

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$12.95 at Barnes & Noble

ThinkFun Swish Jr. Product Features: See It! Stack It! card game engages players of all ages Builds visual perception, matchin...g, and concentration skills Includes 42 transparent cards Game-go bag is perfect for travel Product Description: Young players build spatial awareness as they mentally flip and rotate see-through cards to find ?Swishes,? two or more cards layered so every shape fits into its matching outline. A fun game of visual perception the whole family will enjoy! This transparent card game is the much-anticipated little sibling to Swish, a two-time nominee for Toy of the Year. For Ages: 5+ Read More

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$8.95 at Barnes & Noble

This new take on an old game involves fish-shaped cards and color matching, with bold colors like Hot Pink and Chartreuse. A great... first card game that is easy to play. For ages 5 and up. Warning: Choking Hazard-Small parts. Not for Children under 3 years of age Read More

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$8.95 at Barnes & Noble
  • Editors' Notes
  • Product Details

Go retro for your next game night. This vintage-looking set of eeBoo playing cards will introduce your child to the classic Old Maid.

This Old Maid deck distinguishes her from many other characters identified by their interesting occupations. Great beginning caree...r exploration that is fun to play. For ages 5 and up. Warning: Choking Hazard-Small parts. Not for Children under 3 years of age Read More

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$8.95 at Barnes & Noble

Matching suits and numbers is fun to play with these beautifully illustrated cards by Caldecott winner Chris Raschka. For ages 5 a...nd up. Warning: Choking Hazard-Small parts. Not for Children under 3 years of age Read More

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$8.95 at Barnes & Noble

A classic rummy game with animals for categories instead of suits. Playful illustrations add to the fun. For ages 5 and up. Warnin...g: Choking Hazard-Small parts. Not for Children under 3 years of age Read More

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