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The Wheels On The Bus: Favourite Nursery Rhymes (BBC Audio Children's) Audio CD – Audiobook, CD, Unabridged
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This work is a fun collection of all-time favourite pre-school playgroup songs for everyone to enjoy...and join in with! The songs are: "The Wheels On The Bus" - "Down at the Station, Early in the Morning" - "Row Row Row your Boat" - "The Big Ship Sails on the Alley Alley Oh" - "London Bridge is Falling Down" - "Jack and Jill" - "Hickory Dickory Dock" - "I'm a Little Teapot" - "Polly Put the Kettle On" - "Miss Polly had a Dolly" - "Pop Goes the Weasel" - "Five Currant Buns" - "Ten Fat Sausages" - "Peter Hammers with One Hammer" - "The Grand Old Duke of York" - "Girls and Boys Come out to Play" - "I Jump Out of Bed" - "Here We Go Round the Mulberry Bush" - "Ring A Ring Of Roses" - "I Hear Thunder, I Hear Thunder" - "Incy Wincy Spider" - "Heads Shoulders Knees and Toes" - "If You're Happy And You Know It Clap Your Hands" - "Twinkle Twinkle Little Star" - "Wee Willie Winkie" - "Ten In A Bed."
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Robin Fritz played presenter Mr Jolly on the CBBC television programme Playdays, while Michelle Durler was the voice of Bitsy Bob and Milly Sprocket on the show.
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Florence enjoyed the wheels on the bus version much more, she liked the fact she could hear the bus at the end too. She's very into hearing things lately and often says, "hear plane" or birds.
Lots of nice sounds lead the sounds in or out and that's a nice touch. Row row row your boat is abit slow going but nice enough. Sung as a round.
Miss polly had a dolly is a favourite and Florence liked this one as she can sing along in her own words. It's also sung twice which is nice when she shouts "again"
We liked the whistling teapot at the start of polly, it's a nice touch although Florence thought it was a nee nar car (police car) lol.
We enjoyed five currant buns too, nice and slow so you feel confident joining in. Also the gap is large enough for you and your child to count left over finger in-between verses. Love the little penny dropping sounds too.
Peter hammers with one hammer has become daddy taps with one hammer but Florence enjoys it. Like the tapping sound effect too on this one.
Nice drumming at the start of the grand old duke. Nice it's sung by a male voice, really suits the track.
Overall this is a far better cd than the wheels on the bus around the world. Would happily purchase this again.
Florence seems t prefer this one out of the two. It's more straightforward without all the extras that don't add anything to the track.
I hear thunder is also nice at the beginning. Can see this being handy for anyones child who is afraid of storms.
Unfortunately after each which off it is starting again from first song (also doesn't let me move to next songs, for example from 1st to 5th)- never had this problem with any other CD.
Definitely is our family favorite and would buy it again if needed.
My daughter is often restless when travelling in a car, so this CD is a god send really. She really loves the 'wheels on the bus' song, and the 'head, shoulder, knees and toes' song too, especially when the tune starts to get faster and faster!!
Love this CD and would definitely recommmend it!!
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