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Jingle the Christmas Clown

Jingle the Christmas Clown by Tomie dePaola - Scholastic
Jingle the Christmas Clown, by Tomie dePaola  Tomie dePaola’s  Jingle the Christmas Clown  is a very sweet story, set in Italy, where a traveling circus comes to the small town where they traditionally perform on Christmas Eve before moving into a nearby larger town for a longer engagement....
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Magic for Dummies

Magic for Dummies - a reference for the rest of us by David Pogue - ''A book that all magicians of any age and level of experience will cherish and refer to for years to come''—Lance Burton, world-renowned magician - Includes favorite tricks from 35 top professional magicians! - over 90 easy-to-perform tricks using everyday items like money, silverware and playing cards! Conjure up a magical performance for any event or occassion - Photos, patter and presentation tips provided for every trick
Review of Magic for Dummies by David Pogue – a wonderful introduction to both performing as a magician or comedy magician, as well as performing, and why the performance is more important than the sleight of hand.
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Joy the Clown Strengthens Heartland

Joy the Clown strengthens Heartland - part of the Heartland series of the 'fruits of the Spirit' books for children
This is a short children’s book (32 pages, hardback) illustrating the various Fruits of the Spirit from Galatians 5:22. But what happens when Joy is missing? Joy the clown is the strength of Heartland, and his loss is sorely felt… But eventually, all is restored, and the thief...
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