Infant & Toddler Storytime: Music for Winter 2014 Session

One of the most enjoyable things about providing storytime is seeing the kids learn the different songs and rhymes we do and then begin to do them on their own.  I know a lot of parents want to check out some of the cds with the music we use for our storytimes, so in this post I will share what cds I am highlighting for the Winter (January – March) 2014 Infant Toddler Storytime Session.  We have all these cds in the library — just click on the image of the cd to be directed to the library catalog where you can place a hold on the title!

Infant Storytime Music

It’s Toddler Time by Carol Hammett and Elaine Bueffel
Featuring Tracks:
– Clap, Tap and Bend


Wiggleworms Love You by Old Town School of Folk Music
Featuring Tracks:
– Ladies Ride


Walt Disney Records: Children’s Favorite Songs Volume 3
Featuring Tracks:
– Itsy Bitsy Spider

Walt Disney Records: Children’s Favorite Songs Volume 1
Featuring Tracks:
– Twinkle Twinkle

Toddler Storytime Music

Sally Go Round the Sun by Kathy Reid-Naiman
Featuring Tracks:
– Clap Everybody and Say Hello


Toddlers on Parade by Carol Hammett & Elaine Bueffel
Featuring Tracks:
– Roll Your Hands


Songs for Wiggleworms by Old Town School of Folk Music
Featuring Tracks:
– Row, Row, Row Your Boat


Fingerplays and Footplays by Rosemary Hallum and Henry “Buzz” Glass
Featuring Tracks:
– Two Little Blackbirds


If you are still looking for more great music cds for your little one, remember you can always as us for recommendations at the Children’s Desk — we’re always happy to help!

Jennifer Driscoll

Jennifer D. is a Senior Librarian of Youth Services . When she was young, she was once grounded for reading too much. Things haven’t changed much since then and she loves escaping into a good story. When she’s not reading she enjoys watching old musicals, scouring flea markets, taking way too many photos and letterpressing. If she could have any pet she wanted she would have a wombat or a manatee.

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