Parent’s Choice Silver Honor Award Winner
Children’s Music Web Winner
Grammy® Award-Winner Bunny Hull brings more meaningful themes to children through music with this magical, musical adventure in self-discovery.This CD and book explore the creative process through original song and the creative arts, music. story, poetry, writing. drawing and fun creative exercises, which allow children to discover the importance of having a dream and how to make that dream come true. Perfect for parents and educators who are looking for positive ways to interact with their children.
The music and story CD, which is also available separately, features Bunny Hull, joined by actors Ron Glass, Elayn J. Taylor and new young pop singer Nick Holdz.
Songs include: I Am Somebody, Dream A World, Pass It On, Flow Like A River, Circle Of Creativity, Follow Your Heart, Over The Sky And Under The Moon, Saphinne and The Young Master (Story) Master Of My Dreams, That’s The Way It Works, Pledge To Myself, The Mind Is A Funny Thing, Beautiful People, I Am Somebody (Reprise) and Free To Be Me (Instrumental).
DOWNLOAD THE LYRICS TO THIS CD
You may listen to clips or purchase the music from this activity package, without the book, from iTunes by going to this link:
Dream A World: A Child’s Journey To Self-Discovery
“Children must be encouraged to believe in and to fulfill their dreams. Dreams give them a sense of mission. Dreams nourish their souls. Share your old and new dreams with your children. Ask them to share theirs. Sharing dreams can help forge powerful relationships.”
—Carleton Kendrick Ed.M., LCSW, FamilyEducation.com
“Inspiring music, an enchanting story and amazing creative projects! This package teaches children how to dream…and fulfill those dreams. Every child…and adult can benefit from what this has to offer.”
—Lynda Ayala, Elementary School Teacher, Los Angeles Unified School District
“I love it! I applaud ‘Dream A World’ and recommend it as a great source for igniting the desire of children and young adults to achieve their dreams and aspirations, and to know they are special and worthy of their desires.
—T. Xavier Leonard, M.A., School Psychologist, Los Angeles Unified School District