Nothing’s Impossible! Stunts to Entertain and Amaze Sheridan 1982 Need to up your entertainment skills? These guys have the solution. Basic magic, stunts and some positive affirmations are what this book offers. The tricks aren’t well explained either and others
How to be Really Funny Stolzenberg 1988 I’m not sure a book can tell you how to be funny, whoops, I mean really funny, but this book does. It literally tells you what is funny. Example: simple mindedness also known
Tap Dancing Atwater 1971 I am sure that all the kids will lining up to pick up some tap dance tips from this attractive book. I initially thought this book was much older than 1971 given the somewhat 50s-looking cover
Fun With Ventriloquism Van Rensselaer 1955 As a kid, I thought ventriloquism was kind of cool and do remember Edgar Bergen and Shari Lewis. In 1968, I would have been all over this book (if the puppets weren’t too creepy).
Ah-One, Ah-Two: Life with My Musical Family Welk with McGeehan 1974 My America, Your America Welk with McGeehan 1976 Submitter: Here are two of the four Lawrence Welk biographies in our collection. The full color foldout of the whole cast
Disco Dance Steps Villari 1978 Submitter: […My] coworkers know I love disco music. Sadly, I can’t dance, even with the help of the hundreds of disco tutorials on YouTube. But I love this book. However, most of our dance items
Disco with Donny and Marie Heaton and Zimmerman 1979 I had a reference question a while back where I had to explain Donny and Marie to a teenager. God, I felt old. If you are more than 40 years or
Be a Clown Stolzenberg 2002 Long time site fans will know that I have clown “issues”. However, that does not mean that I get to exempt my collection from clown materials. I just don’t want to be alone when dealing