Totally Useless Skills

by Rick Davis

Paperback, 1994



Local notes

530 Dav Shelved in Humor




Pages Publishing Group (1994), Paperback, 64 pages


Provides step-by-step instructions for tricks and stunts such as spoon hanging, pencil tricks, odd finger snapping, and disappearing body parts.


Physical description

64 p.

User reviews

LibraryThing member MrJack
Read this book, practice the skills, and you will master the following useless talents: arm stretching, arm shrinking, split pencil, disappear you teacher's head, mystery in the middle, nose breaking, balancing act, ghost pencil, spoon hanging, hot dog, floating pencil, finger power, magnetic
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pencils, the longest word, tingly hands, leap through paper, a steel grip, we all fall down, bogglers, mismatched fingers, can't meet pencils, chair pick-up, the disappearing leg, the invisible ball, fake spoon bending, the straw worm, floating arms, hole in your hand, stick 'em up, and funny money.

Kids from 8 to 80 love this little book.

Psst: "Little Secrets" are scattered throughout the book that teach many Totally Useful Skills, such as: try, keep trying, try new ways, make it interesting, read, two are better than one, stop...think...go, step by step, rest, and go slowly.
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