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Gift Guide 2018: Music

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Winterland
by The Okee Dokee Brothers

Celebrate the spirit of the winter season with an exuberant yet introspective collection of 16 original songs exploring the wonders and beauty of winter. $20, all ages.

Why Why Why?
by Ants Ants Ants

With stylistic nods to the Beatles, 1970s era Sesame Street, School House Rock, and “The Point” by Harry Nilsson, Why Why Why? celebrates a childlike wonder at the natural world. $11, $9 digital, ages 2 to 10. 

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Strawberry Wind
by Jessie Baylin

A dreamy collection of original tunes. $12 CD, $9 digital, $17 vinyl, age 3 and up.

Snorkel
by Randy & Dave

A flight of clever, cheeky, laugh-out-loud funny songs that can only come from the minds of Randy & Dave. $15, ages 4 to 8. 

Wild Is Everywhere
by Sara Lovell

A wide range of topics and musical styles, listeners go on a journey through a landscape populated with flying children, misplaced animals and insects, or flowers that turn up in the most unexpected places. $15, $9 digital, ages 5 to 9.

Red Yarn’s Old Barn
by Red Yarn

This album tells of an epic barn dance where critters of all kinds are welcome. $12, $9 digital, age 2 and up. 

Further Around the Bend: More News from the Town Around the Bend
by Bill Harley

Songs about a town filled with colorful and oddly named characters who did some very unusual things, this album is brimming with charm, humor, and wisdom about the power of community. $15, all ages. 

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Rivers of Love
by Kare Strong and Josh Goforth

Sweet, fun, and gentle songs that tell tales of friendship, goodwill, generosity, and most of all, love. $15, all ages. 

Howdy Do! Songs of the Urban Cowpoke
by Hopalong Andrew

Fanciful cowboy songs about city life performed in the great tradition of the American West. $12, all ages. 

Songs for Sisters and Brothers
by Vered

A wonderful album about the beautiful and complex relationship between siblings. $12, all ages.

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