Music Books for Kids

We All Sing With The Same Voice

We All Sing With The Same Voice
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Model: FBA-|275839
ISBN: 0060274751
Author: J. Philip Miller / Sheppard M. Greene

Brief summary:

This joyful Sesame Street song embraces the notion that no matter where children live, what they look like, or what they do, they're all the same where it counts--at heart.
We All Sing With The Same Voice is a must own child's book. Written by J. Philip Miller / Sheppard M. Greene and it was published by HarperCollins. It was available on bookshelves on the 26th of December, 2000. The hardcover child's book features Multiculturalism and is thought to be very good songs and music. This version is the 1st ed. of the book has 32 pages and it includes colorfully illustrated artwork.

I live across the street, In the mountains, On the beach. I come from everywhere. And my name is you.

No matter where they live, what they look like, who is in their families, or what they do, all children, at heart, are the identical. This Sesame Street song by J. Philip Miller and Sheppard M. Greene comes to life with Paul Meisel's happy illustrations. Meisel has illustrated a lot of popular picture books, such as Jean Craighead George's How to Talk to Your Cat and Go Away, Dog, by Joan L. Nodset."Meisel paints a picture of diversity that is buoyant and beautiful. (Baby to preschool) --Emilie Coulter Children from Texas, Peru, and southern France; with black hair, red hair, or yellow hair; named Jack or Amanda Sue or Kareem Abdu; rejoice inside the truth that they all"sing utilizing the identical voice. Children in their native garb, from serapes to woven vests to blue jeans, open their mouths wide in song, encouraging young readers to sing together with the accompanying CD.


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