Uke Jackson | Tall Tales From the Watershed

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Tall Tales From the Watershed

by Uke Jackson

Spoken word / Ukulele / Childrens stories.
Genre: Spoken Word: Storytelling
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1. Psa for the Delaware Riverkeeper Network
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0:29 album only
2. Buzzard Island
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8:51 album only
3. How the Boogerberry Man Got His Name
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4:28 album only
4. The Boogerberry Man and the Twitchy Boy
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5. The Giant Seaworm
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11:54 album only
6. Cat Stew Widow
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7. Homer and the Giant Seaworm
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8. Down By the Riverside
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9. Bruination
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Album Notes
Proceeds from the sale of this CD benefit the Delaware Riverkeeper Network - the only advocacy organization working throughout the entire Delaware River Watershed.

“I am so pleased to be able to share these stories with people in the Delaware Valley and beyond. And there is no better cause to support than protecting the environment our children will inherit.\" said Uke Jackson.

Grounded in the power of the River and the community, the Delaware Riverkeeper, backed by the Delaware Riverkeeper Network, staunchly champions the needs of the Delaware river and in so doing ensures its unfettered ability to protect and provide for all the human and nonhuman communities that love, appreciate and depend upon it.

Established in 1988 upon the appointment of the Delaware Riverkeeper, the Delaware Riverkeeper Network is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) membership organization, an affiliate of the American Littoral Society. DRN\'s professional staff and volunteers work throughout the entire Delaware River Watershed including portions of Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware and New York.

Go to to join and support the Delaware Riverkeeper Network and add your voice to the thousands already actively supporting the Delaware River. By showing your commitment to this grand treasure, you will help ensure that our children and grandchildren can enjoy its beauty and bounty.

The Delaware Riverkeeper Network can be contacted at 300 Pond Street, 2nd Floor; Bristol, PA 19007. Call 215-369-1188 or email Thanks for helping to protect and restore the Delaware River, its tributaries and habitats.


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Uke Jackson

“[Uke Jackson] has achieved that rare but sought after quality of creating original tales that sound ages old.”
American Library Association

“ . . . mesmerizes right from the start . . . a blend of spookiness and humor that will have listeners on the edge of their seats . . . timeless . . . a marvelous tapestry of sound”
Publishers Weekly (starred review)

“Amusing stories . . . will have listeners reciting along . . . Entertaining . . . useful for introducing folk tales”
School Library Journal

“Rivers of fun for kids . . . Mark Twain revisited!”
Big Apple Parents Paper

“. . . entertaining, well-told tales . . . witty and delightful . . . entirely worthwhile”
Philadelphia Inquirer

Winner of a Parents Choice Award