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Im All Ears: Sing Into Reading
  • Artist: Fran Avni
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 620675901022
  • Item #: CDBY590102
  • Genre: Children's
  • Release Date: 5/29/2001
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Im All Ears: Sing Into Reading on CD

These songs by Fran Avni and Nancy Schimmel were written especially to increase children's awareness of the sounds in words (phonemic awareness). Singer-songwriter arranger-producer Fran Avni has been creating and performing original songs for children for over two decades. Fran's songs are part of numerous language arts curricula including ongoing CBC Sesame Street repertoire. She most recently composed songs promoting early literacy for the National Film Board of Canada's 1998 CD-ROM project 'HAS ANYBODY SEEN MY UMBRELLA?'. Fran is currently music producer/composer for Scholastic's 'Building Language for Literacy' curriculum and Leap Frog Schoolhouse's 'Leap Into Literacy' program. Nancy Schimmel is a nationally known storyteller and songwriter. She has been honored by the Parents'Choice Foundation and American Library Notable Recordings. Nancy is a former school and childrens librarian and the daughter of songwriter Malvina Reynolds ('Little Boxes' and 'Magic Penny'). 'Behind these wonderful, singable songs is an incredible understanding of what kids need to know about the sounds in words and the underpinnings of reading.' Margie Golick, PhD, Educational Psychologist, children's television consultant, author of Playing with Words and Wacky Word Games. 'Great toe tapping, foot stomping songs to develop a most important prereading skills in young children.' Linda Diamond, VP of C.O.R.E. (Consortium on Reading Excellence)