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 Posted: Thu Jun 26th, 2008 04:20 pm
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When I work the reenactments around here in Southern California the booths that get the kids attention is first the one that sells the kepis and the plastic swords,  then they head for the  relic booth run by a friend of mine.  He stocks lots of mini balls for these events as the kids buy them like crazy.  They love them. 

I agree with Ole .  9 dollars is cheap if it gets the kid interested in learning about something. 

Susan

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