It’s Raining Cats and Dogs!
Sing Along Animal Songs
Illustrations Marie-Ève Tremblay Featuring performances by Connie Kaldor, Al Simmons, Michelle Campagne, Annick Brémault, Paul Campagne, Glen Bowser, Jessica Vigneault, Geneviève Toupin, Thomas Hellman and Emilie Clepper
Discover 10 delightful, lighthearted sing-along songs about funny irresistible animal characters, including cuddly cats and dogs who just want to be your friend, even on a rainy day! Listeners are invited to share an umbrella with a heartbroken pooch who sings the blues, a tomcat who has a soft spot for sour cream and a rambunctious little kitty who snores and growls. A book-CD combo, full of whimsy and good cheer, thanks to the playful, heartwarming illustrations and the original songs performed by accomplished singers and skilled musicians.
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It’s light, amusing fun for pet-loving, musically inclined families. PUBLISHERS WEEKLY
Pub Date: 2016
Ages: 4 to 7 / Grades Pre-K to 2
Keywords: Dogs / Cats / Pets / Humour
Marie-Ève Tremblay, a graduate in graphic design from the University of Montreal, has illustrated articles for several magazines and collaborated with authors on a half dozen children’s books, including the series, Questions and Answers About…
Connie Kaldor is considered “one of Canada’s most significant contemporary folk performers” (Billboard Magazine). She has toured around the world, received five Junos and a Western Literature Award, and is a member of the Order of Canada. Her song, “Wood River” is considered by many to be the quintessential Prairie folk ballad. Her publications include A Duck in New York City and A Poodle in Paris.
Geneviève Toupin (also known as Willows) is a Manitoba-born Métis musician based in Montreal. Over the past 12 years, she's released three critically acclaimed albums, earning a Trille Or for best Francophone artist from Western Canada and nominations at the GAMIQ and Canadian Folk Music Awards.