High Five: Helpful Songs for Little People by Teeny Tiny Stevies

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

Need a helping hand with those tricky kids topics? This week’s High Five will surely be of use, it’s Teeny Tiny SteviesHelpful Songs for Little People!

Written after consultation with families across Australia, sisters Byll and Beth cover a huge range of conversations that parents struggle with.

We hear about being a kind, strong kid in ‘Friendly, Gentle, Sharing, Courageous’, body safety and assertion, in the empowering  ‘Boss of my own Body’, and a plight all parents can speak to, food refusal, in ‘Try It’!

The Teeny Tiny Stevies’ irresistible folk-pop is ever cheerful and fun, while focusing on the realities of our world. That’s why we give it a High Five this week!

Win a copy

This comp has now closed. Congrats to our winners! A. Scott, I. Morris, C. Prenzler, D. Stringer, D. Wright, C. Fewster, F. Wade, L. Middleton, B. Scott & M. Kersten.

We're giving away 10 CDs of the album. To go into the draw, email us your name and postal address to comps@kinderling.com.au. Entries close midnight, Wednesday February 14. See the terms and conditions

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