Front Cover of Lotz of Magic for Kidz by John Breeds

Learn how best to make your magic funny

Adopt original concepts and routines

Master how to become a better children's entertainer

Discover the secrets from 35 years of professional entertaining

Profusely illustrated and clearly explained - by a pro for pros

Make your kids show soar above the competition

Find expert routines, props, bits of business and presentations

How to make children laugh - from the moment you start

John Breeds’ previous book, the best-selling, How To Create Kids’ Magic is still acknowledged as the best book of its kind. David Kaye described this publication as “...the A to Z of all aspects of being a professional children’s entertainer”. It embraced the business of earning a good living as a children’s magical entertainer.

Now, continuing in a similar style, John Breeds treats you to dozens of routines from his working repertoire. His full explanations, attention to the smallest detail and his crystal clear illustrations show you how someone with 35 years performing experience brings his material to life.

Remember, John Breeds is the proven creator who brought the world’s magicians: Visible Magic Painting, Wacky Washing Machine, Pro-Epic, the funny Lie-Detector and hands-free electronic gizmos.

This new book for professional entertainers brims with creative, funny and mystifying magic that will rejuvenate your shows with fresh material.

“...this is an absolute gold mine. No pipe dreams here, just practical, workable material from John’s massive performing repertoire, with a liberal helping of advice.”

John Kimmons, UK:


“John Breeds clearly knows his stuff, and he's packed this book full of ingenious pieces. You're about to take a trip into one of the greatest minds in the kid show magic business!”

Christopher T. Magician, Los Angeles:


“Hand-on-heart I never saw a better entertainer of children than John Breeds. What John has given you here is priceless: the working routines that wrought this phenomenon.”

Bobby Gill, UK:

Contact: jbreeds@talktalk.net


Available direct from the author, John Breeds.