Brilliant!Can't wait for it to come out.
The accent isn't bad at all.I like the first one Carlyn, but both are very good, interesting and pique one's interest. The music in the second seems to drown out the voiceover, but the images are fantastic.Three Raucous cheers for you!
Great promotional idea!I like the second one a bit more, but I'm partial to light-hearted humor.
Hey Carlyn! I love the second one most. I think the music is spot on and the over-the-top accent had me laughing. I think kids and teachers would really love the visuals much better as well because they are much more colorful and larger. I vote #2...and I voted for you!(Check out MY blog! http://ljm-illustrator.blogspot.com)
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