I'm Still Here in the Bathtub: Brand New Silly Dilly Songs

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Get ready to sing! Get ready to laugh! 'Cause Alan Katz has turned 14 classic tunes into unforgettable parody songs! I'm Still Here in the Bathtub is a Silly Dilly Song collection that's sure to please Silly Dilly kids from 2 to 92, with easy-to-sing-along ditties about tiny baby brothers, snarling siblings, lost and found woes, and a whole lot more! Also look for Take Me Out of the Bathtub, the Silly Dilly songbook that started it all, now also available on sing-along CD! ...
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Overview

Get ready to sing! Get ready to laugh! 'Cause Alan Katz has turned 14 classic tunes into unforgettable parody songs! I'm Still Here in the Bathtub is a Silly Dilly Song collection that's sure to please Silly Dilly kids from 2 to 92, with easy-to-sing-along ditties about tiny baby brothers, snarling siblings, lost and found woes, and a whole lot more! Also look for Take Me Out of the Bathtub, the Silly Dilly songbook that started it all, now also available on sing-along CD!

Well-known songs, including "Itsy Bitsy Spider" and "Farmer in the Dell," are presented with new words and titles, such as "Tiny Baby Brother" and "I'm in My Room and Bored."

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Following up their hilarious Take Me Out of the Bathtub and Other Silly Dilly Songs, Alan Katz and David Catrow serve up another rip-roaring collection of ditties.

Beginning with its title song, "I'm Still Here in the Bathtub" (to the tune of "Take Me Out to the Ballgame"), readers are in for plenty of laugh-out-loud licks. "Six Brussels Sprouts" counts down one kid's vegetable-eating at the dinner table, until "No brussels sprouts here on my plate / Mother says time to celebrate / Then the sad truth is I got caught / All six sprouts were coughed up by Spot." Another song, "He's Got the Whole Beach in His Pants," tells of one fun-loving baby who's "got a ton of sand in his hair and ears / He's the reason that they say the coast is clear." Whether it's "The Meals at My Camp" (following the music of "The Wheels on the Bus") or "I'm in My Room and Bored" (think "The Farmer in the Dell"), every song is accompanied by Catrow's cartoonish art and will plant a smile on any reader's face.

A knee-slappin' good time, Katz and Catrow's book is one can't-miss ode to having fun! Readers will have a ball singing these re-fanagled words to their favorite tunes, and parents will enjoy seeing their kids giggling the whole time. Matt Warner

Publishers Weekly
In another key entirely, I'm Still in the Bathtub: Brand New Silly Dilly Songs by Alan Katz, illus. by David Catrow, follows the author and illustrator's Take Me Out of the Bathtub with 14 more song parodies. "I'm a Menace" puts these opening lyrics to the tune of "Frere Jacques": "I'm a menace/ I played tennis/ In my house/ In my room/ Didn't know a racket/ Could hit a lamp and crack it/ I smell doom/ In my room"; as subsequent verses chronicle the sports-lover's accidents, Catrow's satirical, full-spread art shows a ravaged house and lawn. Copyright 2003 Reed Business Information.
Children's Literature
I can't even look at this book without grinning as the songs instantly start going through my head. This absolutely delightful sequel to Take Me Out of the Bathtub features songs such as "I'm a Menace" (the tune is "Frere Jacques") "I'm a menace, I played tennis, In my house, In my room, Didn't know a racket, Could hit a lamp and crack it, I smell doom, In my room!" All the tunes are familiar and the new lyrics fit in seamlessly. David Catrow's hilarious illustrations just add to the enjoyment. 2003, Margaret K. McElderry/Simon & Schuster, Ages 4 to 8.
— Sharon Levin
School Library Journal
Gr 2-5-As a follow-up to Take Me Out of the Bathtub (McElderry, 2001), Katz packs the same child-appealing humor into sadly sloppy lyrics that don't scan with the well-known tunes he has tried to fit them to, and which go on far too long. "I Always Lose" (to the tune of "Skip to My Lou") starts with the loss of a parka, backpack, and tuba, and continues, "Turned around, lunch box was gone/Could've sworn I had a hat on/There's no sign of baby bro Ron/He's a pain, but he's darling." "No Medication" (to the tune of "Down by the Station") does what most kids dream of doing: "No medication/Don't care what the doc says/Won't put that stuff in my belly/Tastes bad, you know/Mom sticks it in ice cream/Thinks that she can fool me/I flick it out the window/Look out below!" Unfortunately, the lyrics are even more awkward and less funny when read aloud instead of sung. Catrow's over-the-top, zany, mixed-media cartoons may pull readers into this collection that promises fun, but only delivers frustration.-Nina Lindsay, Oakland Public Library, CA Copyright 2003 Reed Business Information.
Kirkus Reviews
Opening with clever additional verses for the title poem of Take Me Out of the Bathtub and Other Silly Dilly Rhymes (2001), Katz again sets new lyrics to such musical chestnuts as Itsy Bitsy Spider ("Tiny Baby Brother"), Bingo ("I-T-C-H-Y") and Wheels On The Bus: "The lunches at my camp / Prepared by Joan / Didn't know / Cheese had bones . . ." With Catrow's (is he the funniest illustrator around?) frenetic, pop-eyed, young folks acting out the rhymes, it's near impossible to resist bursting out in giggles-or, more likely, song. All together now: "He's got the whole world in his pants, / When he takes 'em off, a clam'll do a dance / If you change his diaper, there is quite a chance / You'll find a lobster in his pants!" What a boon to the catalogue of rude children's songs and rhymes, but best if taken in moderation. (Picture book/poetry. 5-9)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781441859396
  • Publisher: Brilliance Audio
  • Publication date: 6/8/2010
  • Format: CD
  • Edition description: Unabridged, 1 CD, 38 min.
  • Age range: 4 - 5 Years
  • Product dimensions: 5.30 (w) x 7.40 (h) x 0.60 (d)

Meet the Author

Alan Katz is a multiple Emmy nominee for his work on The Rosie O'Donnell Show and Disney's Raw Toonage, and he has written for children's programming on Nickelodeon, ABC television, and Warner Bros. Animation's Taz-Mania. He lives in Weston, Connecticut with his journalist wife, Rose, and their children, Simone, Andrew, and twins Nathan and David.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 14, 2008

    I'm still here in the Bathtub

    I'm still here in the bathtub is so silly dilly! The drawings are adorable, and the creativity is amazing! I don't think you have to be a certain age to read these books! They are just amazingly funny.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 3, 2007

    A reviewer

    I thought this was a great book. Very fun! My Kindergarten class loved this book. They requested I read it almost everyday.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 11, 2005

    What a riot!

    Shades of Alan Sherman! Remember him? 'Hello, Mudda. Hello, Fadda. Here I am at Camp Grenada...' My son loved his album as a kid and now my grandsons have Alan Katz! This book is a hoot. We bought it and then spent the next half-hour listening to an 8-year-old read/sing Katz's words to the tunes the boy has known since he was a baby: Take Me Out to the Ballgame, Frere Jacques, Bingo, Three Blind Mice, Old McDonald Had a Farm, The Wheels on the Bus Go Round and Round, and more. Before long, we were all laughing and humming along. Great Grandma said the illustrations were grotesque, but even she agreed they only added to the hilarity of the book. Put on your sense of humor, remember the kids' songs of your youth, and have a blast. You don't have to be a child to thoroughly enjoy this book! Carolyn Rowe Hill

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 9, 2004

    Extremely entertaining

    This poetry book is a little treasure

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 20, 2004

    Kids will love these!

    Who can resist a funny song, especially when shared with a giggling child (or parent)? These will add to your repertoire!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 13, 2003

    Funny!

    Absolutely adorable! This book was perfect for my two kids at bedtime. This book is surely one to recommend to your family and friends for their bedtime read alouds. Carol J.

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