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Take Me Out of the Bathtub and Other Silly Dilly Songsby Alan Katz
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Ladybug knows she was born to be a star. She can't wait to sing and dance in her newest musical, which will be her best show ever. Ladybug won't let anyone get in the way of her performance...especially her little brother, Fly. He's a pest! But Fly is determined to be part of the act, no matter what. Is the show big enough for this sibling rivalry?
This sing-along, read-aloud, funny tribute to the budding Broadway star in all of us is sure to be a smash hit, and shows that working together really does pay off.
"Take Me Out to the
"I've Been Working on the
Well, forget 'em!
Songwriter and comedy writer extraordinaire Alan Katz has turned those and other old favorites on their ears and created new nonsense songs kids will love. With zany, spirited pictures by illustrator and cartoonist David Catrow, this kooky collection guarantees laughs and plenty of silly dillyness for kids everywhere!
andlt;Bandgt;Remember... andlt;BRandgt; "Take Me Out to the andlt;BRandgt; Ballgame" andlt;BRandgt; and andlt;BRandgt; "I've Been Working on the andlt;BRandgt; Railroad"? andlt;BRandgt;andlt;BRandgt; Songwriter and comedy writer extraordinaire Alan Katz has turned those and other old favorites on their ears and created new nonsense songs kids will love. With zany, spirited pictures by illustrator and cartoonist David Catrow, this kooky collection guarantees laughs and plenty of silly dillyness for kids everywhere!
About the Author
Alan Katz has been a print and television comedy writer for more than twenty years. In addition to being a multiple Emmy nominee for his work on The Rosie O'Donnell Show and Disney's Raw Toonage, he has written for children's programming on Nickelodeon, ABC television, and Warner Bros. Animation's Taz-Mania. He has also authored several adult humor books as well as humorous essays for the New York Times and other publications. Alan lives in Weston, Connecticut, with his journalist wife, Rose, and their children, Simone, Andrew, and twins Nathan and David.
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