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Wheels on the Bus: 25 Favorite Preschool Songs Audio CD – CD, April 19 2011
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- Publisher : AudioGO Ltd. (April 19 2011)
- Language : English
- ISBN-10 : 1846071224
- ISBN-13 : 978-1846071225
- Item weight : 91 g
- Dimensions : 13.97 x 30.48 x 12.7 cm
- Best Sellers Rank: #15,763 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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The singers are great - clear, adult singing and in no way irritating. Lovely use of percussion.
Buy one for you and then another five for presents!
My 12mo hated being in the car and would cry for the entire journey, so we got this as one of his birthday presents hoping it might help.
It does! Draw back is I have to sing along to keep him going and I was a little sketchy on some of the lyrics - apparently Hickory Dickory Dock, has a flying pig and a man in brown?! Which sounds a little dodgy. Also how many hands does Peter have to hammer with 5 hammers, no wonder he gets tired; if anyone knows him give me a shout, just moved house and need a good joiner. Finally Incy Wincy Spider- "incy" and "wincy" are not nouns, this is not the spiders name, these are adjectives describing the spider, maybe consider revising this song in the next edition.
But this is a great play list for the little ones, and recommend you give it a go, although minor warning, you'll be singing the songs all day when the kids aren't around too.
I was disappointed with one tune, Row Row Row Your Boat was sung by a man and woman together, with their voices overlapping. This is one of my child's favourite and they did not seem to notice it. I can't see the point of messing with a solo sung nursery rhyme. The result was it would be skipped everytime from now on!
I rate this one higher than the other.
Florence enjoyed the wheels on the bus version much more, she liked the fact she could hear the bus at the end too. She's very into hearing things lately and often says, "hear plane" or birds.
Lots of nice sounds lead the sounds in or out and that's a nice touch. Row row row your boat is abit slow going but nice enough. Sung as a round.
Miss polly had a dolly is a favourite and Florence liked this one as she can sing along in her own words. It's also sung twice which is nice when she shouts "again"
We liked the whistling teapot at the start of polly, it's a nice touch although Florence thought it was a nee nar car (police car) lol.
We enjoyed five currant buns too, nice and slow so you feel confident joining in. Also the gap is large enough for you and your child to count left over finger in-between verses. Love the little penny dropping sounds too.
Peter hammers with one hammer has become daddy taps with one hammer but Florence enjoys it. Like the tapping sound effect too on this one.
Nice drumming at the start of the grand old duke. Nice it's sung by a male voice, really suits the track.
Overall this is a far better cd than the wheels on the bus around the world. Would happily purchase this again.
Florence seems t prefer this one out of the two. It's more straightforward without all the extras that don't add anything to the track.
I hear thunder is also nice at the beginning. Can see this being handy for anyones child who is afraid of storms.