High Five: Holiday by Rockin' Robin & The Magical Tree

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

This week Kinderling gives a High Five to the playful, educational and joyous album Holiday by Rockin’ Robin & The Magical Tree!

Hailing from Vancouver, Canada, Rockin Robin encourages kids to be kind, respectful and live life to the full.

You’ll love the ukulele-filled ‘Make Someone Happy’, the reminder to say sorry in ‘We All Make Mistakes’ and the positive message to look for rainbows in ‘Bright Side’.

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