Charles and Fati performed at the Bibliobus over the summer. They are now selling their CD of Spanish language children's songs for $12 - just in time for holiday gift-giving. See below for how to get yours.
from the email:
I wanted to write to suggest that as you start making your gift lists for sons, daughters, nieces, nephews, and any special kids in your life, you consider our CD, El Baile Del Sombrero. El Baile Del Sombrero is a CD of children’s music in Spanish composed and performed by Fati and me. It's a really fun CD with lots of dances, games, and laughs that we'd love you to share with people you care about.
The CD is wonderfully illustrated by Nina Frenkel who has brought to life all the characters from the songs on the CD--from Fermin the Cat to Teo, the little rabbit who forgets he likes carrots. It's something that kids will enjoy looking at and poring over as they listen to the CD. El Baile Del Sombrero is perfect for families that already speak Spanish but families that have an interest in exposing their kids to Spanish will have fun with it too! At our website, abbasubi.com, you can listen to songs, see a video of Fati & I performing live, and download a lyric sheet.
Now that some other people have heard El Baile Del Sombrero, we've gotten some really positive feedback. There's a few reviews of the CD online that really describe all the reasons it will be a great gift.
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El Baile del Sombrero costs $12. You can order it from CD Baby by clicking on this link http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/faticharles. It's also available on Amazon, or you can support a great Brooklyn business and order it from Nairobi's Knapsack!
I'd really appreciate it if you could pass this email along to people you think might be interested in El Baile del Sombrero for their own friends and families!
Thanks so much for taking the time to read this email and have a wonderful holiday season!
Friday, November 20, 2009
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