Animals aren’t known for composing music...But if they could…they might sound
like The Guess Who Zoo...[which] presents animal facts in the form of rhyming riddles...
set to cheerful tunes." —The New York Times
...Music [to] entice youngsters to practice their listening and
rhyming skills while singing along to zippy tunes..." —Parenting Magazine “Parenting Pick”
The CD...has been picked up by institutions such as the Bronx Zoo,
The Children’s Museum of Long Island, and The American Museum of
Natural History—a strong indicator of its educational worth." —Big Apple Parent
The Guess Who Zoo is like a happy combination of Dr. Seuss, Shel Silverstein,
and Ogden Nash put to music. The Zoo has just the right mix of whimsy,
inventiveness, playfulness and repetition to be immensely appealing to kids of all ages.
And there is a very reassuring message in its telling kids that they are smart,
yet 'we all make mistakes.' I do have a serious warning: The tunes are so infectious
that you will be unable to get them out of your head. (I still haven't.)" —Allan Shedlin, Jr., Formerly Principal of the Ethical Culture Elementary School, Manhattan, and founder & Executive Director of the National Elementary School Center.
The Guess Who Zoo album has become an absolute favorite with my children.
Every afternoon at school, they ask, 'Can we listen to the Guess Who Zoo?'
(I use it as an incentive.) They've memorized all the lyrics and they love
to sing along with the record." —Lara Laws, Montessori School, Denver, CO
The clever rhyming encourages repetitive listening and language enrichment..."
—Ghetta Hirsh, Director of the Langley School, McClean, VA
...truly the highlight of the Family Fun day at Sony Wonder…kids were glued to their seats
during the wonderful performance..." —Lisa Klinghoffer, Family Events Coordinator, UJA Federation
...not only fun, but educational, too….parents are still telling me how much their children
enjoy listening to the CD we gave away as party favors." —Sarah Sternklar, PhD, NYC
...an incredibly popular event that brought record visitors to the museum...
playful, fun, great rapport with the children." —Andrea Donnely, Children's Museum of the Arts, SoHo, NYC