Mr. Aaron tells several musical stories, ranging from a tea party for giants to Ali Baba, who won't listen to his poor camel. Included are great grooves, an uptempo guitar drive, folk-pop sound, and some outlandish instruments.
Raffi's four-decade-long career is celebrated with his first collection of hits to be released beyond his native Canada. This sixteen-track career-spanning album will delight new and old fans alike.
A compilation of children's themed songs written and performed by eleven different artists and bands. The track list of original songs include tales about animals, friends, pets, sleep, responsibility, manners, and more.
Get ready to become the star in a tropical high-seas adventure with karaoke versions of songs from the hit animated film Moana.
Entertaining and educational pirate music for all ages, in a variety of styles and moods, with boatloads of wordplay.
Sticky Situation is a six-piece band of eleven year olds from San Francisco who sing about what matters most to them. This is their sophomore release and their first full-length album.
Kidz Bop Kids
The most popular children's music series is back with a brand new installment that, once again, delivers kid-friendly versions of today's biggest chart hits.
Becoming a foster or an adoption family is one of the most emotionally rewarding things people can do. This collection of songs will inspire listeners to grow together as a family.
Memorable, fun, action-rich songs will optimize children's ability to learn foundation skills and help ensure early school success. Neuroscience research has validated that everyone learns better and remembers more when they are moving to a beat. Introducing and reinforcing essential basic skills with songs that feature rhymes, patterns, shapes, colors, numbers, and letters make this a valuable resource to help preschoolers as they begin their formal education.
A highly interactive album that encourages kids to participate in a variety of ways. Whether it's wiggling, running from tigers or eating from 'the garbage tree,' the music gives children an opportunity to be participants rather than just listeners.