VOICE MAGIC: Secrets of Ventriloquism and Voice Conjuring by Ormond McGill

VOICE MAGIC: Secrets of Ventriloquism and Voice Conjuring

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Learn to talk without moving your lips, and even dumb jokes sound funny from a dummy. Surely the universe holds darker secrets; still, there's surprisingly little about ventriloquism in print at the moment, and even though the writing here is often tangled and perplexing (""take particular care to lower and raise the roof of your mouth...""), many kids continue to be fascinated by the subject. Illustrated with adequate, if uninspired, cartoons; open, more-than-generous format with the text printed in a single narrow column that makes it look approachable but fails to conceal its brevity (i.e., paper squandered for naught). Index.

Pub Date: Feb. 15th, 1992
Page count: 62pp
Publisher: Millbrook