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Chicken soup for little souls. You're a special person : songs to enhance your unique spirit
Canfield, Jack, 1944- Chicken soup for the soul.
Publication Information:
Los Angeles, CA : Kid Rhino, 1998.
Physical Description:
1 audio disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
Delightful songs that celebrate the human spirit.
General Note:
Inspired by the best-selling books by Jack Canfield and Mark Victor Hansen.
1. There's only one of you (Animaniacs) -- 2. Why am I me ? (The Broadway Kids) -- 3. This little light of mine (Raffi) -- 4. Make your own kind of music (Mama Cass Elliot) -- 5. I can be (Sooz) -- 6. A place in the choir (Rachel Peer) -- 7. Everybody's special (Jeanie Perkins) -- 8. One brick at a time (Glenn Close) -- 9. Give a little love (Joanie Bartels) -- 10. That's my thang (Peter Alsop) -- 11. All I really need (Raffi) -- 12. True colors (Joanie Bartels) -- 13. Everyday people (The Rembrandts) -- 14. When you wish upon a star (Dion & the Belmonts) -- 15. CD bonus track : Jack Canfield & Mark Victor Hansen's closing thoughts on what makes each of us special.
Subject Term:
Format :
Music CD


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ECD 509 PINK Juvenile Compact Disc Audio Visual

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Library Journal Review

PreS-Gr 4-These collections of upbeat songs by established artists are organized around a theme which ties in with the popular Chicken Soup for the Soul series. What a Wonderful World includes the title song by Louis Armstrong along with The Broadway Kids performing "Happiness Is," Raffi's "Big, Beautiful Planet," "Don't Worry, Be Happy," and other tracks designed to make you smile. You're a Special Person includes selections from Raffi, The Broadway Kids, Mama Cass, Joanie Bartels, and others with an inspirational focus. Both recordings conclude with "Bonus Tracks" of John Canfield and Mark Victor Hansen's thoughts on the theme. The lively music performed by entertainers popular with children and families on both recordings would attract listeners without the Chicken Soup tie-in. The connection makes it all the more likely that this musical series will find an audience in both school and public libraries.-Carolyn Schemick Bailey, Conerly Road School, Somerset, NJ (c) Copyright 2010. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.