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Wee Sing | Once An Austrian


Laurie and Scott almost knock over the Twrilypops while they sing “Once an Austrian”! From Wee Sing in Sillyville.

Over 35 years ago, two music educators published a children’s songbook and called it Wee Sing. More than 65 million books, audios, live-action videos and apps later, Wee Sing is recognized as one of the world’s most cherished children’s brands – and a leader in preschool learning through music.

Pam Beall and Susan Nipp created that first songbook in 1977 because they were passionate about enriching the lives of kids through music and the performing arts. They knew that music stimulates cognitive, physical, and social development of young children. And through songs, chants, movement, and rhythm, they gain the readiness skills of language, coordination, auditory discrimination, body awareness, rhythmic proficiency, and self-confidence. But in the big picture, kids are just having fun!

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We Sing in Sillyville: Come along on a surprise journey with Lauri, Scott, and Barney the dog as they magically disappear into the pages of their coloring book. Meet Sillywhim, who welcomes them to the wacky world of Sillyville where anything can happen—as long as it’s fun. But there’s a problem here: The yellow Spurtlegurgles don’t like the green Jingleheimers, while the red Bitty Booties won’t talk to the blue Twirlypops. Now it’s up to Laurie and Scott to teach them the true meaning of friendship, no matter what color they are.

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