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Through Children's Eyes

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

    Best of all Children's CD's

    When my children were little they used to sit in front of the stereo and listen to every word. That was the days of records. My grandchildren listened to the CD just as intently. This music is timeless. A treat for all ages.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Warm Clean Childhood delight

    Any parent would be better for getting this album for there children. Then they too could see the world through childrens eyes!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A Multi-Generational Recording

    As a child (circe 1973) I grew up listening to this album my parents bought for me. Now I have a child of my own (at the same age I was when I listened to it) who listens to this CD and absolutely loves it! History does repeat itself. So does our CD player. ''Hey Jimmy Joe John Jim Jack'' has on more than one occasion been the selected track for the 'repeat' feature on our CD player. Not only does it provide entertainment for children, but certain tracks (like the above) convey a message for adults. This album/CD is a prima facia case of a wonderful work of art that has, is, and will successfully cross many generational gaps. Better than that, it also enables generations to connect as my daughter loves the idea of singing songs her Dad once sang when he was her age.

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