This gorgeously illustrated original bedtime story captures the prairies at dusk, evoking sounds of wind and crickets, with scenes in mottled reds and oranges. The narrated story is followed by recordings of the songs "Prairie Lullaby" and "Dream Baby - L'enfant des rêves".
A bedtime tale about two siblings, Ira and Isabelle, who live in a little red house by the sea, and decide one night to escape the sound of the city's beeping cars. They sail off to a faraway land where they learn from a newly made friend, a robin with a soft voice, that dreams really can come true. The narrated story is followed by recordings of the songs "Tomorrow is a Chance to Start Over" and "Float Away".
The comical cat who loves to rock out in farm gear is back! It's a special day for the hen house-loving friend, Chicken Joe, but he can't recall why. After an abrupt awakening by his neighbours, the Rock and Roll Roosters, Chicken Joe sets out on a quest to figure out what it is he needs to remember. Loyal friends who love him such as Helen and Hilda, the hens; Miss Kitty, the city dog; Mister, the mule and King Kong, the parakeet, conspire to keep the delightful secret that it's his birthday.
The story of a little blue stuffed doggy who falls victim to famished mites after having been left at home alone. Upon his parent's return, they discover his soggy red cotton tail on the floor and are faced with the challenge of putting him back together. The narrated story is followed by recordings of the songs "The Little Blue Doggy" and "Hopscotch Song".
A heart-warming story about self-esteem and determination. Follow a little duck from the Prairies who has a big dream: making it to New York City and doing his ducky dance on Broadway! It turns out to be an adventurous journey that appears bound for failure until he meets up with a truck driver named Big Betty. She points him in the right direction and gives him that little nudge he needs to tackle the Big Apple! The narrated story is followed by recordings of the songs "A Duck in New York City" and "Quack, Quack, Quack".
Follow a singing dog named "La Grande Fifi" as she strolls through the streets of Paris bumping into a wide assortment of friends, including her Bichon Frise band who plays for her in a club called "Le Bow Wow!". The narrated story is followed by recordings of the songs "A Poodle in Paris" and "I Love That Dog".
Night falls in wavelets of gentle fantasy at a seaside hotel in this charming bedtime story. With a peaceful "Good Night Moon" vibe, this story-song penned features whimsical, lush illustrations. The narrated story is followed by the recording of the theme song "Down at the Sea Hotel".
The tale of an improbable group of musicians who come together to play their instruments in old Kyoto. The curious cast includes banjo-playing cane-wielding Joe from "Cajun land," his Japanese wife adorned in a floral kimono, their Spanish friends, and a Buddhist monk. The narrated story is followed by recordings of the songs "Sunday in Kyoto" and "1,2,3, ABCD".
La historia es sobre un patito de la pradera que tiene un gran sueño - ir a la cuidad de Nueva York y hacer su baile de patito en Broadway. Su viaje aventurero parece condenado al fracaso, hasta que conoce a una camionera llamada Gran Betty. Ella le señala la dirección correcta y le da el empujoncito que necesita para afrontar la Gran Manzana.
In this touching, poetic story set by the seaside, Old Man Tom teaches Sophie and Emilio the importance of seeing the world through their hearts. The narrated story is followed by recordings of the songs "Old Tom's House" and "The Suitcase Waltz".
A quirky, cumulative rhyme about an old lady who swallows a multitude of animals, one after the other, to her detriment. The narrated story is followed by recordings of the songs "I Know an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly" and "The Months of the Year".
Learning the alphabet is bound to be fun as you go on a wild and amazing musical odyssey through the letters A to Z. Zany, hilarious characters come to life through expressive watercolor illustrations. The narrated story is followed by a recording of the theme song "Let's Sing It Again".
An irresistible story-song, full of wit and whimsy, that will take you far away into an imaginative world of poetry inhabited by colourful, fanciful characters like Mr. Fish'n Chips who says that his job is sailing ships and Mr. Look-at-that who claims to be an acrobat! The narrated story is followed by recordings of the songs « Scuttlebutt, What a Nut » and « My Treasure ».