High Five: Climb That Tree by David Gibb

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

Climb That Tree by David Gibb is a lovely album that infuses some silliness into beautiful compositions for kids. In his distinctly English twang, David brings quality music - and quality messages - to families.

Feel the summery, airy vibes in the title track, 'Climb That Tree', ‘Jelly On A Plate’ gets a glam rock make-over and both the grown ups and the kids will adore 'Teddy At The Disco'. Climb That Tree is an album to soundtrack fun family times either at home or on the roads. 

Buy your copy at davidgibb.com. Plus you could win your family a copy by heading to the Kinderling Facebook page.

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