(Akar bakar bombay bo)
(Black, Black Crow)
(Fish is the Queen of Water)
(Johnny Johnny. Yes, Papa.)
Drop the Handkerchief Game
(Little Miss Muffet)
(Mary Had a Little Lamb)
(Sleep, Baby, Sleep)
(There Was a Thirsty Crow)
(Tick Tick Tick)
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Music, culture and traditions from all around the world!
Summer is the perfect time for zucchini bread! This recipe is made with oatmeal flour replacing half of the all-purpose flour. I like it because it still has a light taste (not heavy like whole wheat flour). Yet oatmeal flour is very healthy! In the recipe below you’ll see that the walnuts [...]
Can anyone help with a translation for this lullaby (below) which seems to be known in Albania and Kosovo? Nina-nina, more pllum Nina-nina, more pllum Flej se nana te don shum T'i m'u rritsh-o nafaklum Nafak lum-o djal i ri Dielli ty gjithmone me t'pri Kur te rritesh mor zamak Tash [...]
The poem "Do You Know?" was written by American poet, Edith Colby Banfield. It’s about one of my favorite creatures… fairies! You can listen to a recording of the poem below and read along with the text… MP3 of Do You Know? Do You Know? Do you know That you can go In [...]
Sara Quintanar, is an Elementary School Music Educator, bilingual songwriter, and performance artist. Frustrated by the lack of early childhood music classes in Spanish, she established Music With Sara. She sings Spanish and English songs to help teach the love of Spanish to children. Sara [...]
"A Rose" by Emily Dickinson is a pretty little poem that evokes summertime. You can listen to it below and read along with the text… MP3 of A Rose A Rose A sepal, petal, and a thorn Upon a common summer’s morn, A flash of dew, a bee or two, A breeze A caper […] [...]
With Lullabies From Around The World
A Mama Lisa Book! Over 50 lullabies and recordings from all over the world. Each Lullaby includes the full text in the original language, with an English translation. Order Here!