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  1. 1. Escape!<br />The Story Of The Great Houdini<br />By Connor Rooks<br />Houdini<br />
  2. 2. Time line part 1 <br />In 1950 he changed his name to Houdini and his birth date. This show courage because he looked to what had to be don to be successful. <br />Houdini married Wilhelmina Beatrice Rahner. He married her after only two weeks of knowing her. This shows courage because he was fear less and trusted his hart.<br />He summand the dead in his shows. This shows courage because he did not fear other peoples feelings.<br />In chapter 4 he shows courage by teaching him self his magic tricks. This is courage because he believes in him self.<br />
  3. 3. Time line Part 2<br />When they were in New Your City they met up with Martian Beck he wanted to help them he offered them $60 a week. When the Houdini’s took him up it was an example of courage because it was a major step in there stage life.<br />In 1903 the Houdini’s went to Moscow. This is an act of courage because Jewish people weren’t allowed to be in Moscow.<br />Harry Houdini was also the first person in Australian air to fly. This is act of courage because the planes was terrible for flying.<br />Houdini also said that he could take any punch in the stomach. This is an act of courage because it was a statement that he could take any punch in the stomach.<br />
  4. 4. Color Collage<br />Yellow<br />Intelligent<br />On page 86 he traps him self in side a jail van knowing that he would not be able to get out of it. But later when he was still inside he kissed his wife and she passed him a can opener so that he could get out.<br />.<br />Purple<br />Independent<br />On page 35 he taught him self all of his majic tricks. That shows in independents because no one ever helped him learn<br />Blue<br />Poised<br />On page 45 <br />He was offered a place at a theater and on the same day performed.<br />d<br />
  5. 5. Houdini’s favorite room.<br />This would be Houdini’s favorite room because he loved to be trapped in to a spaces ( I’m saying space because not all the things that he got locked into were rooms) that presented a challenge to get out of. Also he found that if it there was danger involved then it would make good theater or a news paper.<br />
  6. 6. Hero Button<br />Houdini should get this award because he pulls off extraordinary escapes. There is an example of this on page 109, when the author describes, how Houdini jumps in to the Detroit river when it has frozen over. The police cut a hole into the water, and from the bridge he jumps into the water with hand cuffs on and then gets swept down the river under the ice. Houdini is down their for Eight minutes. But to every one’s shock he comes back out alive! As I was saying anyone could do this with the proper training.<br />The Stand Outers Award.<br />
  7. 7. Houdini parlor<br />Day of the Dead Bread. <br />Ice hole Crème Brulee<br />Pie! As you know there are many different types of pie so in memory of his travels around the world<br />This bread comes from Spain and is inspired by the days that Houdini would summon the dead.<br />This dish is inspired the day that Houdini jumped into the Detroit river when it was frozen.<br />Chest of Cookies<br />During Houdini’s life he had many different tricks but one of the first was he would be put in a chest and the chest would be pad locked and he would half to get out. Look for a special cookies in side!<br />