3 February 2017 | Davor_Blazevic_1959
Fun to sing your ABCs along to guest stars and resident Muppets
Sesame Street: Alphabet Songs (2014) special offers an inspirational selection of mostly original letter songs from one of the longest running American children's television series, created by Joan Ganz Cooney and Lloyd Morrisett, "known for its educational content, and creativity communicated through the use of Jim Henson's Muppets, animation, short films, humor, and cultural references". Songs are performed by prominent artists—Ray Charles, Smokey Robinson, Ricky Gervais, Norah Jones, Patti LaBelle... to name a few—and resident Muppets: Elmo, Big Bird, Grover, Bert and Ernie, Zoe, Rosita
and the rest of the crowd.
Though primarily targeting toddlers and preschoolers, program easily fits to every age and every taste. My daughter of three years, Danica (Dah-nee-tsah), has been watching it twice, often three times a week ever since she was 6 months old, so she must have seen it between 250 and 300 times thus far. Nevertheless, she cheers and laughs, dances, sings along to Dixie Chicks, Cookie Monster, Jamie Foxx... and never gets bored or tired of it. Neither my wife nor myself. Very enlightening and very entertaining. What more can one wish for?
P.S. A for Awesome, B for Brilliant, C for Charming, D for Delightful, E for Exuberant, F for Fun-tastic, G for Groovy, H for Hilarious, I for Impressive, J for Joyful, K for Keen-witted, L for Luminous, M for Marvelous, N for Novel, O for Outstanding, P for Playful, Q for Quick-witted, R for Remarkable, S for Stupendous, T for Tremendous, U for Unforgettable, V for Vibrant, W for Wonderful, X for eXciting, and Z for Zany.