Book: WEE SING: ANIMALS ANIMALS ANIMALS: Published by PRICE STERN SLOAN for PENGUIN BOOKS in 2006 & written by PAMELA CONN BEALL & SUSAN HAGEN NIPP. A fun-filled collection of animal songs and poems! Animals have never been so much fun! Children and parents alike will love this musical selection of lively action song, fun sing-along, silly poems, and fingerplays. From charming old favorites to brand-new kid-pleasing songs, meet a menagerie of animals in all of the place’s they live.
Book: WEE SING BIBLE SONGS: Published by PRICE STERN SLOAN for PENGUIN BOOKS in 1986 & written by PAMELA CONN BEALL & SUSAN HAGEN NIPP. A celebration of the BIBLE in music and song. BIBLE heroes, teachings, parables, praises and prayers are all contained in this collection of traditional songs. Children will love celebrating the BIBLE by singing these songs for years to come.
Book: WEE SING MORE BIBLE SONGS: Published by PRICE STERN SLOAN for PENGUIN BOOKS in 2002 & written by SUSAN HAGEN NIPP & PAMELA CONN BEALL. Continuing the celebration of the BIBLE in music and song. Favorite BIBLE songs, actions songs, spirituals, and prayers, plus familiar BIBLE verses are included in this second WEE SING BIBLE collection. Children and adults will enjoy sharing these timeless songs and stories brought to life through uplifting music.
Book: WEE SING: FUN 'N' FOLK: Published by PRICE STERN SLOAN for PENGUIN BOOKS in 1989 & written by PAMELA CONN BEAL & SUSAN HAGEN NIPP & illustrated by NANCY SPENCE KLEIN. "Frog went a-courtin' and he did ride m hm." Or is it "A groggie went a-courtin' and he did ride uh huh"? Or maybe "Mister Frog" Which way is correct? They all are, of course, because folk songs are songs of the people that have passed down from generation to generation, changing slightly with each new singer and each new situation. An integral part of our history, folk music helps us to know and understand our forefathers. We can enjoy their humor and imagination, experience their wonderful storytelling and learn about their customs, activities, interests and emotions. Children delight in singing these songs today, just as they did decades or even centuries ago. As you sing with them, perhaps you can add to the continual change of folk music when you say, "But I remember I this way".