- Paperback: 251 pages
- Publisher: Finesse Pr (October 1, 1987)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0938981005
- ISBN-13: 978-0938981008
- Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 1 x 11 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.5 pounds
- Average Customer Review: 8 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #345,621 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Juggling With Finesse: The Definitive Book of Juggling Paperback – October 1, 1987
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"Kit Summers teaches us that self-discipline and excellence should be fun. His winning approach to Juggling with Finesse is a great confidence builder for all of us, regardless of age or status."
"This thoroughly illustrated guide to the art of juggling is certainly well done, featuring a complete rundown of basic principles, specific tips on handling rings, clubs, balls and other items in various configurations and numbers, and stylistic suggestions for putting on a first-class act."
"This text is very effective. Diagrams, directions, and concise prose will appeal to either the novice juggler or the stimulated spectator."
From the Author
After going through a 37-day coma, I wanted to show people that, although I could not move the same to juggle as I once did, my knowledge of the skill was still high. Also, the writing and publishing of this book was sort of my self-prescribed therapy as I was coming back again.
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Now the book: Well I've only checked this out of the library a few times I don't own it. But, since I've read it I can review it can't I? ;) It is full of some really good juggling pictures, some of the top jugglers in the business. It is somewhat outdated however The Raspyni Brothers look so young and the pictures of Anthony Gatto are like when he was 12. What is he now like 25/26? I believe it was printed sometime in the late 70's. The many, many pictures of top jugglers is what makes the book go. And there are some tricks throughout the book quite a few actually of like great diversity, like not just normal stuff juggling things like umbrellas or doing a billiarball trick. But real simplicity descriptions of how to do it, I really think you must have some knowledge of juggling and know how to juggle somewhat. But, because of that it is worth a buy for the countless great pictures and the countless of normal and not so normal ideas. Give it a try!