When her five little ducks disappear one by one, Mother Duck sets out to find them. Includes musical notation.
Presents the illustrated text to the song about the little white whale who swims wild and free.
In this song, Mother asks her son, "Did you ever see a goose kissing a moose, a fly wearing a tie, or llamas eating pajamas down by the bay?"
As the rickety old bus collects an odd assortment of passengers in a quaint little town, the reader may join in with the sounds of the bus and motions of the driver and passengers.
Presents the illustrated text to the song about the curious spider. Includes musical notation.
While his master is not looking, Tingalayo the donkey sneaks off to dance and sing at the fair.
An illustrated version of the traditional song about letting one's light shine around the world.
An illustrated version of Raffi's song about children all over the world, who are much like one another despite living in different countries.
As night falls on the forest, there are some animals who just can't sleep until they shake their sillies out.
An illustrated version of the famous song that asks readers to clap their hands. The illustrations show a group of animals throwing a surprise birthday party for their friend the monkey.
An illustrated song celebrating the morning, the time to rise and shine and join the world.
Two families discover that despite outward differences, they are really very much alike.
Presents lyrics to the songs in the record album by Raffi, "Everything Grows."