High Five: I Believe in You by Dolly Parton

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

50 years after her very first album, Dolly Parton has written her very first songs for kids!

Our High Five this week is I Believe in You, introducing the next generation to one of the world’s most iconic country music superstars.

Just as catchy as Dolly’s adult hits, you’ll hear songs like ‘I Believe in You’, thoughtful tunes such as ‘Makin Fun Ain’t Funny’ and singalong anthems like ‘Responsibility’. The queen of country music has now become the queen of kids music!

Win a CD!

This comp has now closed. Congrats to our winners N. Wilcox, B. Boland, K. Brown, J. Smith, K. Curtis, K.Gray, M. Martens, S. Sahlqvist, J. Hartnup & L. Fenwick.

We've got ten CDs of the soundtrack up for grabs. To go into the draw, email us your name and postal address. Entries close midnight, Wednesday November 1. See the terms and conditions. 

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