High Five: Useful 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!

Melbourne sisters Byll & Beth, from grown-ups band ‘The Little Stevies’, re-imagine their works from the perspectives of children on their new project Teeny Tiny Stevies.

Useful Songs for Little People is an adorable instructional album with great lessons for little learners such as ‘You’ll Have To Be Patient’ and ‘Getting Dressed’, a bit of fun nonsense on ‘I Ate A Rainbow’, and the empowering ‘I’m Not Afraid of the Dark’.

This well-balanced record will excite and educate then soothe and settle, with Byll & Beth’s sweet voices leading the album-long adventure of tales all kids can relate to, and all parents will want heard loud and clear! 

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    2. Magic Words
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    3. I Ate A Rainbow
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    4. Family
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    5. Getting Dressed
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