Music Books Available (Hopefully) at Your Local Public Library

Ongoing Trade Book List

           Title                      Author             ISBN
All God's Critters Got A Place...Staines ill.Zemach  0-525-44469-6
Animal Fair                      ill.Stevens         0-8234-0388-2
Clap Your Hands                  Cauley              0-399-22118-2
Farmyard Song                    ill.Morley          0-671-89551-6
Fiddle-I-Fee                     ill.Sweet           0-316-82516-6
Five Little Ducks                ill.Paparone        1-55858-474-9
Go Tell Aunt Rhody               ill.Aliki           0-02-700410-4
Hush Little Baby                 ill.Winter          0-394-86325-9
Hush Little Baby; A Folk Lullaby ill.Aliki           LCC 0-13-448175-5
I Know An Old Lady               ill.Karas           0-590-46575-9
I Know An Old Lady               ill.Rounds          0-8234-0814-0
I Was Born About 10,000 Years... ill.Kellogg         0-688-13412-2
I'm A Little Teapot              ill.Trapani         1-879085-99-2
in a cabin in a wood             McNally ill.Koontz  0-525-65035-0
Little Bo-Peep                   ill.Galdone         0-89919-395-1
Little Robin Redbreast           ill.Halpern         1-55858-247-9
Mama Don't Allow                 Hurd                0-06-022689-7
Mary Had A Little Lamb           Hale ill.Mavor      0-531-08725-5
Mary Had A Little Lamb           Hale ill.dePaola    0-8234-0509-5
Mary Wore Her Red Dress          ill.Peek            0-89919-701-9
Oh, A-Hunting We Will Go         Langstaff ill.Parker0-689-50007-6
Old Black Fly                    Aylesworth ill.Gamme0-8050-1401-2
Old MacDonald                    ill.Souhami         0-531-09493-6
Old MacDonald Had A Farm         ill.Rounds          0-8234-0739-X
Once: A Lullaby                  bp Nichol           0-688-04284-8
Over In The Meadow               Galdone             0-13-646654-0
Over In The Meadow               Langstaff ill.Rojank0-15-258854-X
Sing A Song Of Sixpence          ill.Pearson         0-8037-0151-9
Skip To My Lou                   ill.Westcott        0-316-93137-3
The Erie Canal                   ill.Spier           LCC70-102055
A Farmyard Song                  ill.Manson          1-55858-170-7
The Foolish Frog                 Pete and Charles See0-02-781480-7
The Fox Went Out On a Chilly...  ill.Spier           0-385-00231-9
The Itsy Bitsy Spider            ill.Trapani         1-879085-77-1
The Marvelous Toy                Paxton              0-688-13880-2
Teddy Bear, Teddy Bear           ill. Hague          0-688-10671-4
There's A Hole in the Bucket     ill.Westcott        0-06-026423-3
This Old Man- The Counting Song  ill.Koontz          0-396-09120-2
This Land Is Your Land           ill.Jakobsen        0-316-39215-4
Today Is Monday                  ill.Carle           0-399-21966-8
Twinkle Twinkle Little Star      ill. Trapani        1-879085-70-4
What Shall We Do When We All...  ill.Halpern         1-55858-424-2
Yankee Doodle                    Schackburg          LCC65-15000
One more book which you must do with the children: Grandfather Twilight by
Barbara Berget. Put on a recording of Claire de lune on while you're
reading it and you'll have them in the palm of your hand!

Also, get ahold of The Teddy Bear's Picnic book/tape by Jerry Garcia/David
Grisman. The ISBN is 0-06-027302-X

Other favorites:
I Know An Old Lady Who Swallowed a Pie by Alison Jackson
Gabriella's Song by Candace Fleming
Half a Moon and One Whole Star by Crescent Dragonwagon
The Bantam Of The Opera by Mary Jane Auch
A You're Adorable
by Buddy Kaye, Fred Wise, Sidney Lippman, Martha Alexander (Illustrator).   School & Library Binding -- Paperback
also available.

Abiyoyo: Based on a South African Lullaby and Folk Story
by Pete Seeger, Michael Hays (Illustrator), School & Library Binding -- Paperback , Audio CD , and Audio Cassette also

All God's Critters Got a Place in the Choir
by Bill Staines, Margot Zemach (Illustrator)

America the Beautiful
by Katharine Lee Bates, Neil Waldman (Illustrator)

The Cat Came Back
by Bill Slavin

Hush, Little Baby
by Shari Halpern (Illustrator)

I Know an Old Lady
by G. Brian Karas (Illustrator)

Eency Weency Spider
by Joanne Oppenheim, S. D. Schindler (Illustrator)

Inch by Inch: The Garden Song
by David Mallett, Ora Eitan (Illustrator). Hardcover -- Paperback also available.

It's Raining, It's Pouring
by Kin Eagle, Rob Gilbert (Illustrator).   Hardcover -- Paperback also available.

The Itsy Bitsy Spider
by Iza Trapani. Hardcover -- Paperback also available.

Lift Ev'Ry Voice and Sing
by James Weldon Johnson, Jan Spivey Gilchrist (Illustrator)

Mary Wore Her Red Dress, and Henry Wore His Green Sneakers
by Merle Peek. Hardcover -- Paperback and Book&Cassette Edition also available.

My Favorite Things
by Oscar Hammerstein II, Richard Rodgers, James Warhola (Illustrator), Oscar Hammerstein

Old MacDonald Had a Farm
by Holly Berry (Illustrator).  Hardcover -- Paperback also available.

Peanut Butter and Jelly: A Play Rhyme
by Nadine Bernard Westcott (Illustrator), Paperback

Roll Over! a Counting Song
by Merle Peek (Illustrator).  School & Library Binding -- Paperback and Book&Cassette Edition also available.

Row, Row, Row Your Boat
by Joanne Oppenheim, Kevin O'Malley (Illustrator)

She'll Be Comin' Round the Mountain
by Kathleen Bullock

The Star-Spangled Banner
by Peter Spier (Illustrator)

There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly
by Pam Adams

What a Wonderful World
by George David Weiss, Bob Thiele, Ashley Bryan (Illustrator)
ERIE CANAL  Peter Spier
ONE LIGHT, ONE SUN Fernandes, Eugenie, Illus. ISBN 0-517-57644-9
MAIL MYSELF TO YOU Guthrie, Woodie; Rosenberry, Vera (Illus) ISBN
MARY HAD A LITTLE LAMB Hale, Sarah Josepha ISBN 0-590-43774-7
THE HOKEY POKEY Hamanaka, Sheila ISBN 0-689-80519-5
YANKEE DOODLE Kellogg, Steven ISBN 0-689-80158-0

WHO BUILT THE ARK Paparone, Pam  0-671-87129-3
MARY WORE HER RED DRESS Peek, Merle 0-89919-324-2
SMIPLE GIFTS Raschka, Chris 0-8050-5143-0
YANKEE DOODLE Shackburg, Dr. Richard, Ed Emberley, Illus 0-671-88645-2
 Spier, Peter 0-385-01065-6
THE ERIE CANAL Spier, Peter 0-385-05234-0
LONDON BRIDGE IS FALLING DOWN Spier, Peter, 0-385-08025-5
THE TEDDY BEARS' PICNIC Theobalds, Prue, Illus, Kennedy, Jimmy 0-87226-424-6
DOWN BY THE BAY Wescott, Nadine Bernard 0-517-56645-1
SKIP TO MY LOU "   0-316-93140-3
ROUND AND ROUND THE SEASONS GO Williams, Rozanne Lanczak, 0-916119-40-8
FOLLOW THE DRINKING GOURD Winter, Jeanette, 0-679-81997-5

n. a. 1992. Fiddle-I-Fee: A farmyard song for the very young. New York: Little, Brown,
and Co.

Aliki. 1986. Go tell Aunt Rhody. New York: Macmillan.
The melody can be found in Play songs of the deep South by Trent-Johns, pp. 30-31.

Barner, B. 1996. Dem bones. San Francisco: Chronicle Books.
For every page-turn, the students see the song lyrics in one typeface and anatomical information in
another typeface.
For a relevant vocal composition, click here.

Bayer, J. 1984. A my name is Alice. New York: Dial Books for Young Readers.
Provides lyrics to "A, My Name is Ann", an alphabet song

Berry, H. 1994. Old MacDonald had a farm. New York: North-South Books.

Gerstein, M. 1988. Roll over! Santa Clarita, CA: Crown.
Might be interesting to compare with Rees, 1988.

Hague, M. 1993. Teddy bear, teddy bear: A classic action rhyme. New York: Morrow
Junior Books.

Jones, C. 1989. Old MacDonald had a farm. Boston: Houghton Mifflin.

Ormerod, J. 1996. Ms. MacDonald has a class. London: Bodley Head.

Parkinson, K. 1988. The farmer in the dell. Morton Grove, IL: Albert Whitman.

Peek, M. 1981. Roll over. New York: Houghton Mifflin.

Peek, M. 1985. Mary wore her red dress, and Henry wore his green sneakers. New
York: Clarion Books.

Rees, M. Ten in a bed. 1988. Boston: Little, Brown, and Co.
Might be interesting to compare with Gerstein, 1988.

Rosen, M. 1990. Little Rabbit Foo Foo. New York: Simon and Schuster.

Sivulich, S. S. 1973. I'm going on a bear hunt. New York: Dutton.

Westcott, N. B. 1987. Peanut butter and jelly! A play rhyme. New York: Dutton.

Winter, J. 1984. Hush, little baby. New York: Pantheon. The melody can be found in Ozark
folk-songs by Randolph, vol. 3 p. 51.
Might be interesting to compare with Zemach, 1976.

Wood, J. 1994. Fiddle-i-fee: A noisy nursery rhyme. London: Frances Lincoln.

Zemach, M. 1976. Hush, little baby. New York: Dutton.
The melody can be found in Ozark folk-songs by Randolph, vol. 3, p. 51.
Might be interesting to compare with Winter, 1984.
Call Down the Moon:  Poems of Music by Myra Cohn Livingston
The Zebra-Riding Cowboy:  A Folk Song From the Old West by Angela Shelf
The Singing Man by Angela Shelf Medearis
What A Wonderful World by George David Weiss & Bob Thiele
Peter & the Wolf by Sergei Prokofiev illus. by Jorg Muller
How Sweet the Sound by Wade & Cheryl Hudson
Musical Max by Robert Kraus
Take Me Out to the Ballgame by Maryann Kovalski
Take Me Out to the Ballgame by Jack Norworth
The Singing Snake by Stefan Czernecki & Timothy Rhoads
Peter's Song by Carol P. Saul
Hip Cat by Jonathan London
The Banza by Diane Wolkstein
Wombat Stew by Marcia K. Vaughn
Mortimer by Robert Munsch
Music, Music for Everyone by Vera B. Williams
Ben's Trumpet by Rachel Isadora
Arturo's Baton by Sid Hoff
Pet of the Met by Lydia & Don Freeman
Apt. 3 by Ezra Jack Keats
Mama Don't Allow by Thatcher Hurd
The Musical Life of Gustov Mole by Kathryn Meyrick
The Lost Music, Gustov Mole's War on Noise by Kathryn Meyrick
A Song for Little Toad by Vivian French
Berlioz the Bear by Jan Brett
The Philharmonic Gets Dressed by Karla Kuskin
Lizard's Song by George Shannon
Jeremy's Decision by Ardyth Brott
Charlie Parker Played Be Bop by Chris Raschka
Granpa's Song by Tony Johnston
Five Live Bongos by George Ella Lyon
The Heart of the Wood by Marguerite W. Davol
Noah's Square Dance by Rick Walton
Song & Dance Man by Karen Ackerman
Turkey in the Straw by Barbara Shook Hazen
John Henry by Julius Lester
Abiyoyo by Pete Seeger
She'll Be Comin' Round the Mountain by Coplon, Orgel, & Schecter
Row, Row, Row Your Boat by Robin Muller
Skip to My Lou by Nadine Bernard Westcott
There's a Hole in the Bucket  by Nadine Bernard Westcott
The Hippo Hop by Christine Loomis
Over in the Meadow by John Langstaff
Oh, A-Hunting We Will Go by John Langstaff
Frog Went A-Courtin' by John Langstaff
Mary Had a Little Lamb by Sarah Josepha Hale
It's Raining, It's Pouring by Kin Eagle
My Favorite Things by Rodgers & Hammerstein
The Surrey with the Fringe on the Top by Rodgers & Hammerstein
Oh Where, Oh Where Has my Little Dog Gone? by Iza Trapani
The Itsy Bitsy Spider by Iza Trapani
Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star by Iza Trapani
The Teddy Bear's Picnic by Jimmy Kennedy
The Completed Hickory Dickory Dock by Jim Aylesworth
Lift Ev'ry Voice & Sing by James Weldon Johnson
America The Beautiful by Katharine Lee Bates
Mr. Frog Went A Courting by Gary Chalk
Yankee Doodle by Gary Chalk
Yankee Doodle by Dr. Richard Shackburg
The Amazing Impossible Erie Canal by Cheryl Harness
The Star Spangled Banner illus. by Peter Spier
Follow the Drinking Gourd by Jeanette Winter
Mary Wore Her Red Dress & Henry Wore His Green Sneakers by Merle Peek
The Happy Hedgehog Band by Martin Waddell
The Wheels on the Bus by Paul Zelinsky
The Wheels on the Bus by Maryann Kovalski
Little Rabbit Foo Foo by Michael Rosen
In a Cabin, In a Wood by Darcie McNally
Fiddle-I-Fee by Jakki Wood
Fiddle-I-Fee by Melissa Sweet
Cat Goes Fiddle-I-Fee by Paul Galdone
Roll Over! A Counting Song by Merle Peek
All God's Critters Got a Place in the Choir by Bill Staines
Pianna by Mary Lyn Ray Meet the Orchestra by Ann Hayes
Meet the Marching Smithereens by Ann Hayes
Shake, Rattle, and Strum by Sara Corbett
Zin! Zin! Zin! A Violin by Lloyd Moss
Thump, Thump, Rat a Tat Tat by Gene Baer
The Bremen Town Musicians by Ilse Plume
How Music Came to the World by Hal Ober Parade by Donald Crews
The Maestro Plays by Bill Martin Jr.
Music in the Family by Donna Renee Carter
Drummer Hoff illus. by Ed Emberly
Rattlebone Rock by Sylvia Adams
Five Little Pumpkins by Iris Van Rynbach
Over the River and Through the Wood by Iris Van Rynbach
The Pilgrims are Marching by Carol Greene
Wood-Hoopoe Willie by Virginia Kroll
Today is Monday by Eric Carle

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