Weird and Wonderful Audiobook
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This is a sweet tale about a centipede and his friends, a snail, a slug, and a spider. The centipede explains how we have to be careful not to step on any of the little bugs and he sings a cute song about this. The group of friends make their way through the trees and the grass. They crawl through a tunnel under the ground. They climb up a vine to the top of a hill and then they slide down the hill and head off to the centipede’s house for tea. The story includes an original soundtrack with a sweet sing-along song. Accompanied by unique Sound Effects throughout.
Story length: 3m15s | Age: 3+
How your child will benefit from this story
In this audiobook, your child will learn about the less popular insects, how many legs they have and their textures. They will experience how these animals live from their perspective and the importance of us not stepping on them! They will discover the sounds of instruments they may never have heard before such as the African Kalimba, Tapped Wine Glass sounds, the Pan Mallet, and other Jamaican instruments. Your child will feel the calming, soothing effects of this soft and sweet-sounding audiobook.
Cormac McCoy - the centipede
Adie Hardy - the snail/the slug
Anna-Christina - the spider
Behind the scenes and StorytimeFind out why the music is different in this story, see photos and
read about how we use this story in our Storytime here: Weird & Wonderful.