FREE shipping on qualifying offers. An inside look at America's amusement parks, fairs, and carnivals reveals trade secrets about everything from how cotton candy is made to the country's most dangerous roller coasters. Condition: Used: Very Good. 100% Money Back Guarantee.
Bret witter’s carnival undercover. Step right up, ladies and germs! You’re about to enter the secret world of amusement parks, carnivals and fairs. Discover the skills, thrills, and chills that carnies don’t want you to know! Learn how to win the prize every time, how to choose the best seat on the roller coaster, and how to make a carnival-quality funnel cake at home.
Carnival Undercover by Brett Witter (Plume 2003) (79. ) features the insider's lowdown on the complete carnival experience. Sections include carnival food, games, rides, and sideshows, along with a concluding section on the life of a carny. The book reveals the best games to play and why; each section provides believable explanations. This book was full of little tidbits on carnivals and was told in a humorous way. If you are interested in festivals, carnivals, carnival food, etc. then I would absolutely pick up this book.
Book ing, hilarious, and filled with hundreds of insider tips, this handbook will teach you how to win the biggest prize every time, identify the best seat on any ride, recognize the real freaks from the phonies, and create a carnival-quality funnel cake in your own home. This behind-the-scenes look at America's amusement parks also includes the goods on carnival trade secrets-from how cotton candy is made to which coasters have injured the most people. A book for the aficionado and pop culture enthusiast alike, Carnival Undercover is required reading for.
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