Juggling for the Complete Klutz
If this book is out of print, or not available on Amazon, it really is worth hunting down elsewhere. Get it from the States if you have to.
Comes complete with 3 juggling bean bags.
One of the things about The Klutz Book of Juggling that stands out most saliently in my mind is the surprisingly spare technical Juggling advice in its pages. All of the other beginning Juggling manuals that I've read put a definite emphasis on eventually teaching fairly advanced technique, presumably with the hope that the reader will be able to learn from the book for a long time after achieving the basic Three-Ball Cascade. John Cassi ...more
You'll find some good information in this book, not only on how to do the moves but also some information on how your brain gets confused when you are learning juggling.
After you learn the basics, you'll find information on juggling with more than one person, juggling with other objects, circle juggling and a few other fun ideas.
Since this ...more
When I saw this book in a bargain store, I remember my heart beating swiftly at the sight of it. After I bought it, I was thinking, "I'm gonna be the world's greatest juggler!"
The copy I bought did not have any bean bags because it is a second hand book. So I used my black socks and formed into a doughnut- like shape (which made my juggling harder because it bounces to much).
Learned a lot from the book overnight and I ...more
Juggling's great fun, and not nearly as hard as it looks, especially with this book to guide you.
Ah, memories. I think this book presaged the "... for Dummies" series. This one came with three bean bags and features illustrations of a hippy and his sentient mouse friend. The hippy is learning to juggle, while the mouse merely watches in bemusement.
This book did help me; after innumerable tries I did finally learn to juggle, at least in a very basic way.
Nevertheless, this book is entertaining and demonstrates what one needs to do to accomplish certain juggling moves.