Synopses & Reviews
Pop star Lisa Loeb brings her wit, wacky humor, and sparkling creativity to the page in her first children's songbook--featuring a CD with four original silly songs plus six all-time kids' favorites!
Filled with tons of sing-along fun, this entertaining collection also serves up activities, choreography, and recipes--from creating a kid-style coconut cream and#8220;pieand#8221;and#160;to making extra-special (not disappointing!) pancakes.and#160; Illustrator Ryan O'Rourke lights up Lisa's lyrics with the most delightful, whimsical art imaginable.
Fried Hamand#160; .and#160; I'm a Little Coconutand#160; .and#160; The Banjo Songand#160; .and#160; Chewing Gumand#160; .and#160; Sippin' Ciderand#160; .
Found a Peanutand#160; .and#160; A Co Di By Doze (A Cold in My Nose)*and#160; .and#160; Everybody Dreams*and#160; .and#160; Opposite Day*and#160; .and#160; The Disappointing Pancake*
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About the Author
Grammy®-nominated singer/songwriter Lisa Loeb first found success with her platinum-selling song Stay (I Missed You)” from the film Reality Bites
and now enjoys a multidimensional career that encompasses music, film, television, and voice-overs. Her acclaimed studio releases include the Gold record Tails
and its follow-up, the Grammy-nominated and Gold-selling Firecracker
. Lisa has also recorded two award-winning children's CD's, Catch the Moon
(with noted children's musical artist Elizabeth Mitchell) and Camp Lisa
. Lisa created the Camp Lisa Foundation to send children to summer camp who otherwise would not have the opportunity. Lisa Loeb lives in Studio City, CA. For more information, go to www.lisaloeb.com or follow her on Twitter @lisaloeb4real. Illustrator
With clients including the Boston Globe, Time for Kids, the Wall Street Journal, and PBS, Ryan O'Rourke has earned acclaim for this art from American Illustration, The Society of Illustrators, and others. In 2009, Ryan illustrated his first children's book, One Big Rain. Ryan O'Rourke lives in northern Connecticut with his wife and two cats.