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MY MAMA WAS A TRAIN

What to know: From America's heartland, an acclaimed family recording artist steams ahead with his second collection of railroad songs, My Mama Was A Train.
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Recommended age 2-5
45 minutes
AUDIO
BLUE VISION MUSIC
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Enjoyed the music and learning about trains. Lively music got the children moving quickly. Kids related to specific songs such as Build a Bridge, and said they imagined they could build a train bridge. Even older kids enjoyed songs such as Casey Jones. Some groups headed to the library afterwards to find books about trains.
Well produced. All enjoyed Coffey's beautiful singing. Offers lots of information about trains and familiar tunes such as Little Red Caboose and Down by the Station. One preschool teacher said she would definitely use this in her when they study transportation. A group who had just read Thomas the Train loved that it told them more about trains. Great format, allows kids to sing along, count and pretend to ride on trains. Helps develop children's language skills by talking about something they are interested in.
From America's heartland, an acclaimed family recording artist steams ahead with his second collection of railroad songs, My Mama Was A Train. James Coffey includes 15 original and traditional songs, all relating to the magic and wonder of trains.
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