Announcing Our All-New Show for 2017:
“The Building Blocks of Magic!”
Dear Librarian, Here’s an idea for an exciting, fun program for the children eager to visit your library this summer. And, it’s easy, affordable, and most importantly, it ties right into the summer reading theme of “Building a Better World.” Simply have Marty Hahne, “The Reading Magician,” come to your library with his new show, “The Building Blocks of Magic,” and we guarantee you’ll see a big crowd of happy kids and parents, get favorable publicity, and see books fly off the shelves…like magic!
“The Building Blocks of Magic,” is right on target with the “Building a Better World” summer theme. It sounds crazy, but there’s magic with shovels, blocks, hard hats and bulldozers, Legos, a house that magically gets painted, and of course, Casey, our LIVE BUNNY RABBIT! Plus a whole lot more!
You’ll love how easy Marty is to work with. He is prompt with any necessary paperwork, will call a day early to confirm the show, arrive about one hour before show time, and bring everything he needs for the show, so there’s no worry or hassles on your part. Marty’s program is 45 minutes of non-stop fun with magic, comedy and lots of audience participation.
Show Information: “The Building Blocks of Magic” is appropriate for children from preschool through age 12. The program runs 45 minutes, and is totally self-contained with tables, sound system and backdrop. The only thing you need to provide is an area for the show, such as a meeting room, auditorium, or even right out in the library.
Wow! How Can I Find Out More About Marty’s Exciting Library Programs? Marty is one of the busiest performers throughout the central U.S. His summer books up very quickly–in fact many of last year’s libraries have already re-booked for this year. Don’t risk disappointment. Go ahead and take action now. Fill out the form below, click the “Get Info Now” button, and Marty will get back to you pronto — Guaranteed! Or, you can simply call Marty at 417-581-1664. Or send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org