Sunday, 23 March 2014

Day 21 : Sing-along

          Babies often go to sleep when rocked to them in their mother's soothing lullabies. So. how can children not like rhymes and songs when the lullabies are often the first thing they hear when they are out in this big world?

          Frankly speaking, I didn't know many sing-along books existed until now. But, thanks to our challenge and for today's prompt, I came to know a wide variety of books. I bet I am going to order some after I finish writing this post! So, here is the list of sing-along books -

  1. Old McDonald had a farm
  2. This little guiding light of mine
  3. The very hungry caterpillar
  4. Karadi bear
  5. Pepper takes turns
  6. Are you my mother?
  7. Sati and Shiva
  8. The daffodils by William Wordsworth
  9. The walrus and the carpenter by Lewis Caroll
  10. Stopping by the woods on a snowy evening by Robert Frost
  11. Where the mind is without fear by Tagore
  12. The blue jackal (karadi tales)
  13. Ten in the bed by Penny Dale
  14. Wheels on the bus
  15. Knick knack paddy whack
  16. The camel and the pig
  17. Beastly tales from here and there by Vikram Seth
  18. 10 little monkeys
  19. 10 green bottles hanging from a tree
  20. Will you please go now by Dr. Seuss
  21. Animal orchestra by Tiber Gergely
  22. Over in the meadow by Jill McDonald
  23. Owl babies
  24. The snail and the whale
  25. The owl and the pussy-cat
  26. Roald Dahl's Revolting Rhymes
  27. Cinderella
  28. The Berenstain Bears go on a vacation
  29. Noddy's unlucky day by Enid Blyton
  30. A child's garden of verses by Rudyard Kipling
  31. Pratham's Babloo bear's adventures
  32. Pepper brushes his teeth
  33. Tulika's Vaala meenukum vilangu meenukum kalyanam
  34. Today is Monday by Eric Carle
  35. Llama llama red pyjama
  36. A kiss good-night
  37. You are my little star
  38. The Ugly Duck Thing
  39. Doing the animal bop
  40. Happy birthday little pookie by Sandra Boynton
  41. Dr. Seuss' ABC
  42. The very busy spider by Eric Carle
  43. Chai-chai coffee coffee
  44. Under the window by Kate Greenway
  45. Ganesha goes to a party
  46. Personal penguin
  47. Brown bear brown bear what do you see?
  48. From head to toe
  49. We're going on a bear hunt by Michael Rosen
  50. wheels on the bus go round and round
  51. Upar chanda gol gol
  52. Amma Inge wa wa
  53. Moin and the monster
  54. Olugati tolugati
          We didn't have books suitable for the prompt so we read Doing the animal bop and danced to its song which came in a CD format along with a book.

Happy reading!