High Five: A Day For Adventure by Emily Who

Each week Kinderling gives a HIGH FIVE to music, artists, albums and other stuff we think is awesome!

Emily who? Emily WHO! She’s a new Australian children’s singer who just released her debut album, A Day For Adventure – and we love it so much we’ve made it our High Five album of the week!

It’s a great album for curious little ones that will have them learning all about the colours (‘Colour My Way’), playing a classic twist on I Spy (‘Eye Spy’), and thinking about all the reasons why pets are great (‘Pets Are Great’)!

To win a copy, enter our Facebook competition here.

And if you like Emily Who as much as we do, you can get behind her Pozible campaign here.

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