Celebrate the season by reading, rhyming words and keeping the beat!

Favorite books for infants & Toddlers: 

Spotlighted Children’s Music Composer/Performer: 



Baby Beluga by Raffi

(Raffi in Concert with the Rise & Shine Band)

Bright Baby Touch & Feel: On the Farm, Baby Animals by Roger Priddy
This board book is Ideal for babies who learn through their senses and will enjoy touching the variety of textures on each animal pictured and imitate the fun rhyming text.



Favorite books for infants & Toddlers: 

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Moo, Baa, La La La! by Sandra Boynton

I haven’t met a toddler yet who doesn’t love this delightful book!  Complete with silly rhymes and creative illustrations that make you smile and inspire you to move!   Sandra Boynton, has written and illustrated more than forty books for children.

Putumayo Kids

Introduce children to other cultures through music that entertains, educates, and inspires curiosity about the world!  Here are just a few!

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An entertaining and educational musical expedition to Africa for family members of all ages!

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Beautiful and lyrical songs for bedtime or relaxation from the rich traditions of Ireland, Scotland, Canada and beyond.

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A new and improved version of this fiesta of Latin American music for children and families, featuring 5 new songs.

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A harmonious collection of tranquil lullabies and soothing songs from ancient Asian lands.

Rhymin' to the Beat Vol 1 by Jack Hartmann

Children and adults love these up-beat versions of nursery rhymes that are designed to enhance language and early literacy through delightful rhymes, rhythm and repetition!   

Spotlighted Children’s Music Composer/Performer: 


ASHEBA  www.asheba.net

Asheba is a joyful children’s music composer and performer, delighting children everywhere.  His music reflects the warmth, rhythm, beauty and joy of his native Trinidad.

Joy by Joyce Carol Thomas and Pamela Johnson

Adults feel stress.  Children feel stress too. We can remember Joy and appreciate the special moments we share. Children birth to three will develop resilience, empathy and communication skills as we recognize our own feelings and help them to understand their own.


“I strive to encourage hope and happiness in children of all ages, abilities and background, and enjoy creating an adult friendly approach to children's music through sweet rhythm and catchy melodies loved by both children and their parents.”