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We are so glad that you get to help us make Storybook Memories, and hopefully you will make some for yourself. We don't expect you to know everything at first, but very soon you'll live and breath pixie dust! Remember if you have any questions dont hessitate to ask!

Be Expressive

I cannot express this enough. ;) it is exstremely important when portraying a character to make sure your face, guestures and actions relay that charater. If you are a classic princess, this doesnt mean you must act reserved. Be aware of the movement required for your character. UP-Down, Direct-Intirect, Line-Curve (these will be explained in a later section)

Be Interactive

Your job as a character acter is to create interactions. You must attract kids to come to you (simply guestures) and create contersation. Even adults enjoy character interactions, and sometimes these can be more fun than an interation with a child.

-Be ready with a comment, or question

-Anticipate an interaction

-Ask open ended questions http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_are_20_examples_of_open_ended_questions


   Be the leader

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Be Mindful


Mostly its important to know who's around you! Be mindful if a kid slips out of you view that they may be right behind that big pettycoat of yours. If they doubt something about your character, address it and then change the subject. If there is a shy child around the corner, dont ignore them just because the kids in front of you are more "fun". Parent see how you interact and act accordingly. If you make the effort, parents (and kids) take that extra bit to heart. (creating a lasting Storybook Memory)


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Please note: Storybook Memories' characters are NOT the copyrighted, licensed or trademarked ones you may know or be familiar with, but they are merely representations of characters from classic fairy tales. We have NO affiliation with any company or group that may own the rights to similar characters or stories and apologize for any inconvenience this may cause you