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Gathers songs from around the world, featuring subjects including watching clouds, picking flowers, and playing with puppies.
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I can only think of music as something in every human being - a birthright. Music coordinates mind, body, and spirit. That doesn't mean each person must have a violin or piano: the greatest service to society would be if every school day began with singing. If people sing or play together, they have a feeling of individual coordination as well as coordination within the body of the group. Yehudi MenuhinReview:
I love the international flavor, the sharing of culture in Sing Through The Day. This songbook helps fill the void of child-friendly musical resources. -- Ella Jenkins, President of Adventures in Rhythm
Marlys is a good songwriter and Nancy and Brenna are great illustrators. I have one suggestion: subtitle the book "Eighty new and old songs for small children." Those who have not had the chance to sing through this songbook yet are in for a treat. -- Pete Seeger, songwriter
Music is a language that all children can understand, and "Sing Through the Day" offers a repertoire that will appeal to little souls everywhere. -- Teaching Tolerance, Spring 2000
These songs and singing games provide children with opportunites to do what children do best: play, sing, imagine, and enjoy life. This cross-cultural, international collection of songs emphasizes the universal nature of childhood. What a terrific antidote to TV, videos, computer games, and growing up too fast! -- Francis Wardle, Ph.D. Early childhood consultant
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Book Description Plough Pub House, 1999. Hardcover. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110874869714
Book Description Plough Pub House, 1999. Hardcover. Condition: New. Brand New!. Seller Inventory # VIB0874869714