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I just could not get a better gift than cards, notes and pictures from kids!

The picture below is linked to a selection of these that I got from the kindergartners at Carlin Springs Elementary School in Arlington, VA.  Treasures.

2016/2017 notes and pix from friends at Carlin Springs Elementary School

Photo linked to a Flickr album of a selection of cards, notes, and pictures given to me by the 2016/2016 kindergartners of Carlin Springs Elementary School. LOVE.

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KID ART
A gallery of art, notes, and cards given to me by the kids who sing with me
https://singbookswithemily.wordpress.com/praise-portraits-from-friends-of-sbwe/

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A surprise of blue
Half shell in shards on the path
From ruin springs life

(6/11/2017)

201.
The lack moth was dead
Its wings landed separately
On top of the trash

(6/11/2017)

200.
With her bright pink cleats
A focused run to the pitch
Young girl means business

(6/10/2017)

199.
I read a poem and feel poetry rises up
I watch a video of a triumphant Olympic track race and remember the sting of my own sweat
Watching Julia Child makes me think I can cook
Does anything come of it?
Substance?
Satiating hunger?
What the hell am I doing?
Is that all there is?
Wondering crackles like bacon in a frying pan
As a woman whose freshly bathed scent
Follows behind her and her dog after they pass me
Sitting here on this bench contemplating my navel
I wonder some more
Isn’t it enough just to be a person
Out walking a dog?

(6/10/2017)

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Frozen acrobat
Cartwheel of a tree
Complete with navel

Is she enchanted?
Like a myth from times of old?
A hex of a god?

Maybe she’s happy
She wanted to stay like that
Forever in glee

2017 06 08 tree

(6/8/2017)

195.
Not so hard to do
Like a cartwheel for my brain
A wee thing to keep

(6/8/2017)

196.
Our back door shoe rack
A study in black and white
And fam’ly action

2017 06 08 bw

(6/8/2017)

195.
Divinely scented
Glorious magnolia
Lovely perfection

2017 06 07 magnolia

(6/7/2017)

194.
I wanted candy
But I didn’t have any
So, then, I made some

(6/2/2017)

193.
The tomato soup
And long drink of cold coffee
Really hit the spot

(5/26/2017)

192.
Candy on the bird’s nests
Compensate for suffering pain
Cool air in the open door
A taped leaf named Gerald
A sinus infection and a singing gig
Braces and New York City trips
Raffle ticket for Yeezys baby
Office gossip and ballet tix
Guitar chords and song sheets
Hieroglyphics and spell check
Polka dots and a box logo
Laundry and IEPs
Quiet Man and Danse Macabre
Perlman’s fiddle and Bela’s banjo
Fizzing water strawberry peach
Shadows waltz on window pleats
Capture today and mark the time
Steady and ready tomorrow’s rhyme

(5/26/2017)

191.
Down the rabbit hole
I love to go where it leads
But I’m always late

(5/16/2017)

190.
Watch for fireworks
Be careful with what you say
You might spark a blaze

(5/16/2017)

189.
The one thing standing
Twixt this house and a pig sty?
Me. There’s only me.

(5/16/2017)

188.
It’s gone in a flash.
That’s the problem with pleasure.
Have the treat. Then, what?

(5/13/2017)

187.
Magical Thinking
Can I accomplish something
With it? I hope so

(5/12/2017)

186.
An old grocery list
Makes me sentimental
All that is gone now

(5/12/2017)

185.
That lady made me
Narrow my eyes with disdain
Curl my lips and snarl

(5/10/2017)

184.
Fine: go to church: BUT
Make your LIFE a ministry
To always do GOOD

(5/9/2017)

183.
Projects sit around
“I’m not finished with that yet”
Will I get to it?

(5/8/2017)

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The business of life
As a beaver tends her dam
I, too, tend to mine

(5/8/2017)

181.
My son finds clovers
The ones with charms and four leaves
Shares magic with me

(5/5/2017)

180.
My words, things I say:
Frequently, I must eat them
What I thought: was wrong

(5/5/2017)

179.
Items collected on a plate in the kitchen
A button that fell from my sweater
A coin a lady gave my son
She said, do you want this?
It’s a one cent euro
Now a memento of a sweet gesture
A magnet from a now open closure
Stuck to the coin
And a guitar pick, too stiff
But decorated with a giraffe
Cut up slips of paper
Reminders, lists
Held fast with a small stone
That made its way into the house
I don’t know how
And the plate itself
Made by one of the children
Colored on paper
Sent away and sealed in plastic
Documenting the moment it was made
We are, each one of us
A collage of instants
Like the plate
And the things collected there

(5/4/2017)

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We were singing BAKER JACQUES in Miss Robin’s Pre-K class at Tuckahoe Elementary the other day.  When the song was over, I put down my guitar, but one of the little boys kept on singing the tune with the word “Yummy.”  It was adorable and one of those magical little things that happen that deserve to be remembered!

So, in honor of my cute little pal, here’s Baker Jacques and his Yum Yum Song

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baker jacques YUM YUM song w chords
Baker Jacques’ Yum Yum Song (song sheet for SBWE w chords)
Sing to the Tune of Frere Jacques
Words and Chords Adapted by ELEG for SBWE
To view or print this page, click here:
baker jacques YUM YUM song w chords

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baker jacques YUM YUM song no chords
Baker Jacques’ Yum Yum Song (song sheet for SBWE no chords)
Sing to the Tune of Frere Jacques
Words and Chords Adapted by ELEG for SBWE
To view or print this page, click here:
baker jacques YUM YUM song no chords

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baker jacques SBWE w chords
Baker Jacques (song sheet for SBWE w chords)
Sing to the Tune of Frere Jacques
Words and Chords Adapted by ELEG for SBWE
Illustrated by Jonas Sickler
To view or print this page, click here:
baker jacques SBWE w chords

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baker jacques SBWE no chords
Baker Jacques (song sheet for SBWE no chords)
Sing to the Tune of Frere Jacques
Words and Chords Adapted by ELEG for SBWE
Illustrated by Jonas Sickler
To view or print this page, click here:
baker jacques SBWE no chords

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BAKER JACQUES, AN ILLUSTRATED SONG
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FRERE JACQUES, AN ILLUSTRATED SONG
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FAVORITE LITTLE FRENCH SONGS
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This is the place to find Print Materials Created by Emily
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https://singbookswithemily.wordpress.com/songs-by-emily/

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This song is a game for adaptation.

A My Name is ALICE
Traditional Words and Tune
Words Adapted by Jane Bayer
Illustrated by Steven Kellogg

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BINGO (instructions in the post)
Mrs Gs Musical Bingo Zoo w Limberjack Dog
BINGO for Mrs. G’s Sing Books with Emily Musical Zoo and Limberdog
Traditional Words and Tune
Adaptations by ELEG for SBWE

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This book includes an afterward note from the author with some info about the song and fun ideas for singing it.  The last pages also feature printed music.
catalina magdalena hoopensteiner
Catalina Magdalena Hoopensteiner Wallendiner Hogan Logan Bogan Was Her Name

Traditional Words and Tune
Words Adapted by Tedd Arnold
Illustrated by Tedd Arnold

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Down by the Bay (Raffi Songs to Read)
Traditional Words and Tune
Illustrated by Nadine Bernard Westcott
Raffi Songs to Read

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down by the bay SBWE w chords sheet only
Down by the Bay (for SBWE)
Traditional Words and Tune
To view or print this song sheet, click here:
down by the bay SBWE w chords & rhymes

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You could change “paint” to almost anything and then kids could add items of their choosing (sing, cook, sports) to practice funny rhymes.

I Ain’t Gonna Paint No More
Words by Karen Beaumont
Illustrated by David Catrow

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Lots of room for variation in this one.
i am the music man (classic books with holes)
I am the Music Man
Classic Books with Holes Series
Traditional Words and Tune
Illustrated by Debra Potter

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Kids can add animals and the sounds they make.  Or, make new songs with instruments, vehicles or anything that makes noises.  Maybe even people they know who say things like, “I knew a teacher/doctor/mother/father/policemen and the teacher pleased me…” and the kids could add the kinds of things that these different people say.

I Had a Rooster
Traditional Words and Tune
Forward by Pete Seeger
Illustrated by Laura Vaccaro Seeger

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Kids can add funny things they’ve done.

I Was Born About 10,000 Years Ago
Traditional Words and Tune (same tune as ”She’ll Be Comin’ ‘Round the Mountain“)
Words Adapted by Steven Kellogg
Illustrated by Steven Kellogg
ISBN 0-688-13412-2

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Kids can add their own ideas for what came along and what that creature does (that rhymes with what that creature is called)
little miss muffet child's play
Little Miss Muffet
Classic Books with Holes Series
Traditional Words and Tune
Illustrated by Barbara Nascimbeni

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“If you see a (insert living thing) (insert verb)  don’t forget to (verb)”
row your boat cabrera
Row, Row, Row Your Boat
Traditional Words and Tune
Additional Words by Jane Cabrera
Illustrated by Jane Cabrera

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SYMPHONY OF SILLY INSTRUMENTS: instructions in the post
Symphony of Silly Instruments for SBWE

Mrs. G’s Symphony of Silly Instruments Instructions
Traditional Tune Adaptation, Additional Words, and Guitar Chords by ELEG for SBWE
Adapted to Sing to the Tune of I HAD A ROOSTER
To view or print this song sheet with instructions, click here:
Symphony of Silly Instruments for SBWE

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It might be fun having kids try adding verses of things they did to achieve the American Dream to this great folk song by Oscar Brand.

When I First Came to This Land
Words and Music by Oscar Brand
Illustrated by Doris Burn
LOC Catalog Card Number: 74-77596
This book contains notes about the author and illustrator and printed sheet music.

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PARTICIPATION SONGS
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A bit over a year ago, my Sing Books with Emily work got an Honored Citizen Award from Arlington County Public Schools.  When I was rootin’ around to find something else, I serendipitously found these videos from the ceremony. Mine is about halfway down the list.  Thanks again to Ms. Danielle Anctil​, Tom Mitchell​, and Angela Torpey for putting my name in for this lovely honor!  In the video, it would seem I’m also trying to win the blinking contest!  I sure was excited!!

https://www.apsva.us/post/school-board-meeting-april-21-2016/

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All the Pretty Little Horses (A Traditional Lullaby)

Traditional Words and Tune
Illustrated by Linda Saport

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All the Pretty Little Horses SBWE (long w chords)
All the Pretty Little Horses (A Traditional Lullaby) (SBWE long w chords)
Traditional Words and Tune
To view or print this page, click here:
All the Pretty Little Horses SBWE (long w chords)

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All the Pretty Little Horses SBWE (long no chords)
All the Pretty Little Horses (A Traditional Lullaby) (SBWE long no chords)
Traditional Words and Tune
To view or print this page, click here:
All the Pretty Little Horses SBWE (long no chords)

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All the Pretty Little Horses SBWE (short w chords)
All the Pretty Little Horses (A Traditional Lullaby) (SBWE short w chords)
Traditional Words and Tune
To view or print this page, click here:
All the Pretty Little Horses SBWE (short w chords)

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All the Pretty Little Horses SBWE (short no chords)
All the Pretty Little Horses (A Traditional Lullaby) (SBWE short no chords)
Traditional Words and Tune
To view or print this page, click here:
All the Pretty Little Horses SBWE (short no chords)

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I found some nice chords for this song in the beautiful key of Am and adapted them to fit the lyrics that are used in Linda Saport’s illustration:

ALL THE PRETTY LITTLE HORSES
Traditional Words and Tune

Am             Dm
Husabye, don’t you cry

G                              Am
Go to sleepy little baby

Am                        Dm
And when you wake, you’ll have cake

G                              Am
And all the pretty little horses

G                              Am
Blacks and bays, dapple grays

G                                  Am
Coach and six little horses

Am             Dm
So hushabye, don’t you cry

G                              Am
Go to sleepy little baby
Am                  Dm
Oh, Mother dear, where’s your lamb?

G                                   Am
I left him down in the meadow

Am                       Dm
Birds and bees, singing in the trees

G                                      Am
Poor litlte lamb cried “Mammy”

Am              Dm
So hushabye, don’t you cry

G                              Am
Go to sleepy little baby

 

Am              Dm
So hushabye, don’t you cry

G                              Am
Go to sleepy little baby

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Excellent guitar chords and instruction for playing this song (including videos of various performances), here:
http://www.music-for-music-teachers.com/all-the-pretty-little-horses.html

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This post is for Sing Books with Emily Songbook Series Little Songs Volume 1 at Burke Library in Alexandria, VA on 5/30/2017

Sing Books with Emily Songbook Series: Learn songs, make a family songbook, sing with kids.

I was delighted to visit the  Ellen Coolidge Burke Branch Library in Alexandria, VA for a Sing Books with Emily Songbook session on Tuesday, May 30, 2017, 11-11:30am.

Most of time I do most of the singing at Sing Books gatherings.  But part of my mission with Sing Books with Emily is to encourage folks (parents, extended family, caregivers, community members, educators) to learn songs themselves and SING with children.  Doing this nurtures so many benefits, including:

  • cultural enrichment
  • sharing of knowledge
  • emergent reading
  • sharing of values
  • emotional communication and maturity
  • LOVE
  • empathy
  • FUN!

To further this mission, I conduct Sing Books with Emily Songbook visits, including the one at the Burke Library on 5/30/2017.

The Songbook visits go like this:

  • Guests gather the song pages that have the song lyrics on them.  These sheets are made like coloring pages so the kids can color and decorate them.  If anyone is interested in song sheets that also have guitar chords, you will find those below.
  • First, I explain that these songs are meant to be easy to sing.  Many of the songs will probably have familiar tunes.  If not, guests can reference this post for sound players to remember the tunes or use the sound players for singing along whenever they choose.
  • Then, we start singing the songs! One at a time, I sing the song then invite friends to sing with me.  We sing each song a couple of times to help guest become familiar with the tunes then move on to the next one.
  • Guests can keep their sheets (stapled together into a booklet or put into sheet protectors and binders or prong folders, there are many ways to make a book!).  Keeping and decorating the booklet will help you create a family song book.
  • Remember: kids can decorate the pages and enjoy singing these songs with family and friends.

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THE SONGS

There are many resources for each song below.  Each title is linked to a post about that song (which includes things like song history, videos, sound players).  The link after the text that says, “To view or print this card, click here:” will take you to a printable PDF of that songs sheet.  There is a song sheet with guitar chords and a song sheet with just lyrics for most songs.  Most songs also have embedded sound players that you can use to sing or learn the songs.  Once you have learned the tunes, please feel free to sing the songs a capella and in any key that best suits your voice.

Have fun!

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SBWE SBS - Little Songs Cover
Sing Books with Emily Songbook Series: Little Songs
Page Coordinated by ELEG for SBWE Songbook Series
To view or print this cover, click here:
SBWE SBS – Little Songs Cover

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SBWE SBS ABC letters caps WITH SIGN and chords portrait
ABCs Chart with ASL Alphabet and Guitar Chords for SBWE Songbook Series
Traditional Words and Tune
Card Assembled by Emily Leatha Everson Gleichenhaus
To view or print this card, click here:
SBWE SBS ABC letters caps WITH SIGN and chords portrait

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SBWE SBS ABC letters caps w sign no chords

ABCs Chart with ASL Alphabet for SBWE Songbook Series
Traditional Words and Tune
Page Coordinated by ELEG for SBWE Songbook Series
To view or print this card, click here:
SBWE SBS ABC letters caps w sign no chords

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five little owls w chords ELEG SBWE SBS 2

Five Little Owls w chords for SBWE Songbook Series (Updated) 
Rhyme by Anonymous
Tune and Chords by ELEG for SBWE
Page Coordinated by ELEG for SBWE Songbook Series
To view or print this page, click here:
five little owls w chords ELEG SBWE SBS 2

Sing Along with Emily , here:

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five little owls ELEG SBWE SBS no chords
Five Little Owls for SBWE Songbook Series (no chords)
Rhyme by Anonymous
Tune and Chords by ELEG for SBWE
Page Coordinated by ELEG for SBWE Songbook Series
To view or print this page, click here:
five little owls ELEG SBWE SBS no chords

Sing Along with Emily , here:

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I Saw a Ship SBWE simple w chords
I Saw a Ship (Simple Version for SBWE w chords)
Mother Goose Nursery Rhyme
Tune, Arrangement, and Chords by ELEG for SBWE
To view or print this song sheet, click here:
I Saw a Ship SBWE simple w chords

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Sing this rhyme with Emily, here:

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I Saw a Ship SBWE simple no chords

I Saw a Ship (Simple Version for SBWE no chords)
Mother Goose Nursery Rhyme
Tune, Arrangement, and Chords by ELEG for SBWE
To view or print this song sheet, click here:
I Saw a Ship SBWE simple no chords

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Sing this rhyme with Emily, here:

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eensy weensy itsy bitsy w chords 4 sbwe
ITSY BITSY / EENSY WEENSY SPIDER (for SBWE, songsheet w chords)
Traditional Words and Tune
Additional Words by Raffi and Michael Creber
To view or print this page, click here:
eensy weensy itsy bitsy w chords 4 sbwe

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eensy weensy w raffi verse (no chords)
ITSY BITSY / EENSY WEENSY SPIDER (for SBWE, song sheet no chords)
Traditional Words and Tune
Additional Words by Raffi and Michael Creber
To view or print this page, click here:
eensy weensy w raffi verse (no chords)

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I don’t have guitar chords for this one, but this can be sun a capella or with the embedded sound player:
SBWE SBS Last Song
Last Song (SBWE Songbook Series)

Poem by James Guthrie
Music by Emily Gleichenhaus and Paul Raiman
Page Coordinated by ELEG for SBWE Songbook Series
To view or print this book, click here:
SBWE SBS Last Song

Sing-Along with Emily:

http://soundcloud.com/singbookswithemily/last-song

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SBWE SBS Little Turtle w chords
The Little Turtle Song Sheet w Guitar Chords
Poem by Vachel Lindsay
Traditional Tune with Chords by ELEG for SBWE SBS
Page Coordinated by ELEG for SBWE Songbook Series
To view or print this page, click here:
SBWE SBS Little Turtle w chords

Sing THE LITTLE TURTLE in G with Emily

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SBWE SBS Little Turtle
The Little Turtle
Poem by Vachel Lindsay
Traditional Tune
Page Coordinated by ELEG for SBWE Songbook Series
To view or print this page, click here:
SBWE SBS Little Turtle

Sing THE LITTLE TURTLE in G with Emily

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Soft Kitty for SBWE (w chords)
SOFT KITTY (song sheet w chords)
Song by Edith Newlin
From: Songs for the Nursery School
Adapted from English Folk-Tune
Chords by ELEG for SBWE
To view or print this page, click here:
Soft Kitty for SBWE (w chords)

Sing with Emily, here:

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Soft Kitty for SBWE (no chords)
SOFT KITTY (song sheet no chords)
Song by Edith Newlin
From: Songs for the Nursery School
Adapted from English Folk-Tune
To view or print this page, click here:
Soft Kitty for SBWE (no chords)

Sing with Emily, here:

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I have created many more song sheets than just these.  You can find most of them at these two links:

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SING-ALONG RESOURCES AND PRINTABLE MATERIALS
This is the place to find Print Materials Created by Emily
https://singbookswithemily.wordpress.com/sing-along-resources-2/

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EMILY’S SING BOOKS REPERTOIRE
The Sing Books with Emily Repertoire of Illustrated Song
https://singbookswithemily.wordpress.com/the-sing-books-with-emily-repertoire-of-illustrated-song/

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We also sang a few other illustrated songs:

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bird lullaby 4 sbwe cover only
Birds, a Poetic Companion (Inspired by Jack Prelutsky’s “Bird Lullaby”)
Music by Jack Prelutsky
Photos of birds found online

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take me home country roads
Take Me Home, Country Roads

Words and Music by John Denver, Taffy Nivert and Bill Danoff
Words Adapted by Christopher Canyon
Illustrated by Christopher Canyon

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Take Me Out to the Ball Game
Words by Jack Norworth
Music by Albert Von Tilzer
Illustrated by Amiko Hirao
Performed by Carly Simon

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up up up
Up, Up, Up

Words and Music by Susan Reed
Illustrated by Rachel Oldfield
Published by Barefoot Books 

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You’re a Grand Old Flag
Words and Music by George M. Cohan
Illustrated by Warren Kimble

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SING BOOKS WITH EMILY, Wednesday, August 2, 2017, 11-11:30 at Ellen Coolidge Burke Branch Library in Alexandria, VA

I will return to  Ellen Coolidge Burke Branch Library on Wednesday, August 2, 2017, 11-11:30.

In this visit, I’ll bring lots and lots of illustrated songs which kids can feel free to pick from the bags.  I’ll sing whatever kids pick out.

I hope to see you then!

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