A STEM singalong that young makers will love. Join a diverse group of budding minds and their friend Robot as they work together to build a treehouse! Designed to ignite interest in STEM — the integration of science, technology, engineering and math — this fact-packed singalong introduces kids to simple machines, social-emotional concepts like empathy and teamwork, and the basics of robotics and programming with 6 pages of educational notes. For even more fun, sing and dance along with the animated singalong video on the included CD! Norma Jean Wright's powerful vocals make this revamp of "London Bridge is Falling Down" a dynamic delight.
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Product Dimensions:10 x 9.75 inches
Page Count:32 pages
Age Range:Ages 3-7 years
Awards & Accolades
Hot off the Press anticipated bestsellers, Children’s Book Council, 2017
"STEM content on simple machines and robotics meets play and compassion. . . a friend to STEM elementary educators" — Kirkus Reviews
About the Contributors
Written by - Sunny Scribens
Sunny Scribens was born and raised outside Nashville, TN, and holds an M.A. in Classics from the University of Texas. She has written numerous titles for Barefoot Books, including several under the name Kate DePalma.
Illustrated by - Hui Skipp
Hui Skipp was born and raised in Taiwan, and has training in everything from sculpture to fine art to TV set design. When she's not creating art, she can usually be found curled up with her little black cat.
Sung by - Norma Jean Wright
Norma Jean Wright is a singer, producer and songwriter best known as the former lead singer of hit disco group Chic. After singing lead vocals on their debut album, Norma Jean went on to have a successful solo career with hits like "Saturday." She sang backup vocals on Sister Sledge's iconic album We Are Family and can also be heard on albums by Madonna, Aretha Franklin and more.