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 Post subject: What is the best Kids Show advice/tips DVD?
PostPosted: Fri May 23, 2008 2:37 pm 
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What's the best Kids Show advice/tips DVD?


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Get the book Seriously Silly by David Kaye.


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I don't have them, but these are the 2 i know.

http://www.penguinmagic.com/specialorde ... hp?ID=6996

http://www.penguinmagic.com/specialorde ... hp?ID=6435


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I want a DVD rather than a book. I don't like to read and never have. I'm just not a book reader.

You have:
Harlan Kids Birthday Show, DVD
B. Abbott Performs Standup for Kids - Bill Abbott, DVDB. Abbott Performs CU for Kids, DVD
Kids Party Video Mark Leveridge, DVD
Magic Ingredient & Kidology - Samuel Patrick Smith, DVD
Loads-A-Lolly by Lol James - DVD
Terry Herbert Children's Magic, DVD
Kidding Around (2 DVD Set) by Chris Capehart - DVD

or Other

You can also get both of the Abbot Kids DVDs as a set: Bill Abbott Performs Magic For Kids (DELUXE DVD SET) - DVD

I've been thinking about Kidding Around the most, but this is still just purely guessing. Does anybody know anything about these DVDs? Which is the better buy? Maybe a "bang for my buck" -- if I can buy just one, which would give me more advice and tips for my money?


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The only problem with DVD's especially with someone starting out you will tend to copy the routines of the creator. Books will also give info on marketing, promo and give other resources.
It also helps with reading skills that this generation appears to lack.
DVDs basically displays someone doing a kids show, the books go further into kid shows which is what you need to be the "best" at what you do.


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