Infectious dance tunes designed to stick in your head and inspire a kid's love of words. Check out sing along lyrics and Q&A at the kid's page at www.laurawetzler.com.
"Laura is one of the very best" Pete Seeger. "Superb performances" Bob Sherman, NY Times
Laura's music is named in the book, "One Thousand Recordings to Hear Before You Die" By NPR commentator Tom Moon.
“It’s a lot of fun! We especially like “Huckleberry” and “Poopa Doopa Doo Doo”
Laura’s voice definitely speaks to a child’s ear…it rings like a bell”
Patrick Ellsworth, The Calhoun School, NYC
“Everyday my daughter switches which song she likes best. First it was the Poop song, then it was the rock tune “That’s the Weirdest Story” with the ni na ni na ni nas. Now she is into how the girl in Willy Nilly takes care of bullies. Great CD. ” Nancy S, NYC
“ Many great songs here. I usually hate children’s music (usually boring for me and for them) but we are all into this, especially in the car. My little one sings and dances to the chorus’, which are very catchy, and my older one is learning all the words to “Huckleberry” and" City Girl" Jean F., Easthampton, Ma
“We love this CD. Ruby, of course, loves that song, but lately she is into Baby Quinn, and Willy Nilly because of the karate reference and peanut butter- silly putty tooth thing. Thanks for all the fun” Nancy R. Cummington, Ma
“Laura's adult albums have been favorites of ours. She brings the same great creativity and spark to the new children's album. We can't keep from laughing and singing along and don't mind when the kids want to hear it "Again, Again". Please be advised that this album may make you want to have another child. ENJOY!”
Alice Rosenthal, MSW Counselor NYC Public Schools
“We love this CD as much as the kids do. I like that Miryam Capella starts her own school. My wife is into “That’s the Weirdest Story” and “a friend is like a Ruby”. We all catch ourselves singing "Poopa Doopa Doo Doo", “Fine Misty Morning” and “Going to the Park.” It’s turning into a soundtrack and it’s getting a little weird! “