Notable Children's Recordings
Knuffle Bunny Free: An Unexpected Diversion
The Willems family recalls the story of when Knuffle Bunny took a major detour during their trip to visit Trixie's grandparents.
The Library Dragon
Carmen Agra Deedy is on fire with enthusiasm as she voices her own tale of a thick-skinned library dragon who loses her scales.
Little Seed: Songs for Children
Elizabeth Mitchell’s gentle voice embraces the genius of America’s musical bard, Woody Guthrie.
Merry Christmas, Splat
John Keating’s narration and Scotty Huff’s jazzy music set a festive mood as Splat tries to be good enough for a visit from Santa.
The Mighty Miss Malone
The hardships and courage of Deza Malone and her family during the Great Depression are read passionately by Bahni Turpin.
The Mighty Sky
A beautiful amalgam of science and art, this album and outstanding accompanying materials celebrate astronomy through a variety of musical genres.
The Notorious Benedict Arnold
The story of Benedict Arnold, America’s first traitor, is narrated with suspense and intrigue by Mark Bramhall.
One Year in Coal Harbor
With a great deal of wit and charm, Kathleen McInerney voices Primrose Squarp's continuing story in Coal Harbor as she plays matchmaker and supports an effort to stop logging on the town mountain.
Ozomatli Presents OzoKidz
The lively blend of hip-hop, rock, reggae, funk, and Latin music will have kids and parents dancing and singing along.
The Red Hen
A creative rendering of the traditional “little red hen” story with Walter Mayes’ narration and Caleb Miles’ music that matches the lively, zany illustrations accompanying the story.