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The Best Shows in Las Vegas for Kids and Families

Vegas and kids
? Two things most people won’t naturally put together or even associate with each other. But believe it or not, Vegas is for kids too. The best
shows in Vegas for kids
are performed in popular hotels and resorts on the Strip and around it.

Topping the list of spectacular shows is The Lion King, performed at Mandalay Bay. Let your kids relive the awe and drama of savannah life that centers on a lion cub who grows up to be the leader of his pride. Performers in colorful masks and realistic animal costumes along with 200 plus puppets dazzle audience with this stage adaptation inspired by the 1994 award-winning Disney movie with the same title. It’s a performance the whole family will definitely fall in love with.

Blue Man Group and their repertoire of lights, color, music and humor showcased at the Venetian Las Vegas is another of the stunning
shows in Vegas for kids
. The world-famous blue-headed trio leaves kids in giggles whether they goof around with a drum bone or spray color all around with their drum painting antics. Although good for all age groups, children above five years old will appreciate them more.

Another dazzling act that shows
Vegas and kids
go together is “O” performed by the renowned Cirque du Soleil. Kids love water. And who else performs best in and around water but this artistic group of acrobats, dancers and artists. They gracefully move around magical sets. Kids and adults definitely find this surreal mix of elegant stunts, gently swishing water, and intermingling storylines a delightful treat.

Vegas and kids
go together especially when V: The Ultimate Variety Show is up on the stage at Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino. Ultimate variety indeed from beginning to end! That’s because no two sets of shows are exactly the same. One set may have magic and jaw-dropping stunts that make kids and parents alike to go “ooh” and “aah” while another set may have outrageous comedy and special effects that draw out loud belly laughs from the audience. New acts are always introduced every time. The family won’t get bored.

These are just four of the best
shows in Vegas for kids
. All highly rated and guaranteed to give the family an enjoyable time in Vegas. Besides these top shows there are other family-friendly performances that are ideal for children no matter what age. So any time is a great time to take your kids with you to Vegas.

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Hal Junior 1: The Secret Signal


Hal Junior 1: The Secret Signal


$0.99


Hal Junior lives aboard a futuristic space station. His mum is chief scientist, his dad cleans air filters and his best mate is Stephen ‘Stinky’ Binn. As for Hal. he’s a bit of a trouble magnet. He means well, but his wild schemes and crazy plans never turn out as expected! Hal Junior: The Secret Signal features mayhem and laughs, daring and intrigue. plus a home-made space cannon! The Secret Signal will appeal to readers with a sense of humour and a taste for adventure. No swearing and no adult concepts. just good clean fun. Middle-grade science fiction (funny books for kids). 29,000 words, 186 pages, 40 illustrations. The Secret Signal is the first book in the Hal Junior Series. Book two, The Missing Case, is also available in paperback and Kindle ebook editions. With its funny illustrations, engaging characters and easy-to-read text, Hal Junior is ideal for reluctant readers. (Reluctant boys will especially enjoy troublemaker Hal Junior’s hair-raising adventures.)

NRPD: The mean streets


NRPD: The mean streets


$2.99


A killer is stalking the mean streets of New Rochdale. Two policemen are viciously slaughtered in a seemingly opportunistic attack by the most malevolent serial killer ever to grace the Kindle. (Even Hannibal the Cannibal wouldn’t sit next to him at the annual Fictional Serial Killers banquet. Hannibal ended up sitting between a murderer from a season finale of CSI: Miami and a kid from Scream 3. It wasn’t a pleasant evening. Then they served roasted census taker with baked beans and a substandard Bordeaux. Hannibal said they could stuff it next year.)The world has already seen crime-cracking double acts from Sherlock Holmes and Dr Watson, to Cagney and Lacey, and to Ant and Dec. Now from the bowels of the New Rochdale Police Department come the inscrutable team of Detective Sergeant Nugus Bottomley and, his new recruit, Detective Constable Padraic Evans. They think the cop killings tie in with an audacious train robbery from the 1980′s – a heist of silver bullion, denied by the government, a robbery that never was! Armed to the back molars, the beer swilling, charismatic Nugus and the nerdish, neurotic Padraic take on the case of a lifetime, not realising that it could mean the end of their lives.A host of memorable characters, including two capricious undertakers, a local crime boss and his Hollywood starlet daughter, and a bent copper, are only too happy to confuse matters for Nugus and Padraic, who have enough to worry about when a TV crew want to film the dynamic duo at work. Then a mysterious stranger starts leaking blood, and other bodily fluids, everywhere.A twisted plot – gruesome murders, a creepy secret prison cell, a dangerous doner kebab and an ice cream van. NRPD: The mean streets – You may die laughing.

NRPD: The Mean Streets


NRPD: The Mean Streets


$2.99


A killer is stalking the mean streets of New Rochdale. Two policemen are viciously slaughtered in a seemingly opportunistic attack by the most malevolent serial killer ever to grace the Kindle. (Even Hannibal the Cannibal wouldn’t sit next to him at the annual Fictional Serial Killers banquet. Hannibal ended up sitting between a murderer from a season finale of CSI: Miami and a kid from Scream 3. It wasn’t a pleasant evening. Then they served roasted census taker with baked beans and a substandard Bordeaux. Hannibal said they could stuff it next year.)The world has already seen crime-cracking double acts from Sherlock Holmes and Dr Watson, to Cagney and Lacey, and to Ant and Dec. Now from the bowels of the New Rochdale Police Department come the inscrutable team of Detective Sergeant Nugus Bottomley and, his new recruit, Detective Constable Padraic Evans. They think the cop killings tie in with an audacious train robbery from the 1980′s – a heist of silver bullion, denied by the government, a robbery that never was! Armed to the back molars, the beer swilling, charismatic Nugus and the nerdish, neurotic Padraic take on the case of a lifetime, not realising that it could mean the end of their lives.A host of memorable characters, including two capricious undertakers, a local crime boss and his Hollywood starlet daughter, and a bent copper, are only too happy to confuse matters for Nugus and Padraic, who have enough to worry about when a TV crew want to film the dynamic duo at work. Then a mysterious stranger starts leaking blood, and other bodily fluids, everywhere.A twisted plot – gruesome murders, a creepy secret prison cell, a doner kebab and an ice cream van. NRPD: The Mean Streets – You may die laughing.

The Hydra Conspiracy


The Hydra Conspiracy


$1.99


The brainchild of Amazon Kindle bestselling western writers Mike Stotter and Ben Bridges, PICCADILLY PUBLISHING is dedicated to issuing classic fiction from Yesterday and Today! THE HYDRA CONSPIRACY FROM CIA AGENT TO MURDER SUSPECT! Butler was a CIA man who criticized the agency too much-at least that’s what they told him. The next day he was the prime suspect in a sensational murder case. Did the CIA frame him? Or did a foreign power want him to get rattled enough to give away Agency secrets? Butler wasn’t going to wait to find out. Escaping to Mexico, where he kept a secret bank account, he got ready for a very pleasant temporary retirement. Unfortunately things weren’t going to be that easy. LEN LEVINSON, ALIAS PHILIP KIRK Hailed as a ‘trash genius’, Len Levinson was born in New Bedford, Massachusetts, served on active duty in the U.S. Army from 1954-1957, and graduated from Michigan State University with a BA in Social Science. He relocated to NYC that year and worked as an advertising copywriter and public relations executive before becoming a full-time novelist. Len created and wrote a number of series, including The Apache Wars Saga, The Pecos Kid and The Rat Bastards. He has had over eighty titles published, and PP is delighted to have the opportunity to issue his exceptional WWII series, The Sergeant in digital form. After many years in NYC, Len moved to a small town (pop. 3100) in rural Illinois, where he is now surrounded by corn and soybean fields. a peaceful, ideal location for a writer.
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