Holiday Music Especially for Kids


Looking for some stocking stuffers for your store? Why not consider holiday music CD’s – created especially for the little ones?

MBL XMAS front coverMy Baby Loves…Christmas is part of the My Baby Loves… CD series, created by husband-and-wife team Charley and Susan Greenberg and distributed by Traffic Entertainment/The Orchard.

Since late summer, the Greenberg’s have released CDs of popular music produced into lullabies for children, including anthologies of hits by Madonna, Michael Jackson and the 80’s, to name a few. “We wanted to make something that parents can love as much as their babies can enjoy,” Susan says.

With kid-friendly versions of holiday favorites like Silent Night, Jingle Bells and Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer, My Baby Loves…Christmas can warm hearts on a cold winter’s night.

Nancy Stewart is a Washington-based children’s singer-songwriter who creates a plethora of musical moments for kids.  Her CD, A Season for Singing, combines holiday classics with original material, bringing a global sensibility to the spirit of the season. “Children are singing all over the world,” she says, and she also offers music  for Thanksgiving, Ramadan, Kwanza, Eid and the sounds of winter.

MusicForLittlePeople_XmasFavoritesAt California-based Music For Little People, founder Leib Ostrow and his team have been creating award-winning children’s audio for over 20 years. Christmas Favorites is the fifth offering of the company’s “right-priced” Favorite Series, with holiday singalongs performed by children and grown-ups – like Little Drummer Boy, The 12 Days of Christmas and Coventry Carol.

Giving the gift of music is very special – for kids big and small.

-Janet Muniz

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