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That's What I'd Do

That's What I'd Do

Illustrated by: Amy June Bates
For Ages: 1 - 5
From an award-winning singer-songwriter, this book and CD package delivers a gentle lullaby that celebrates the limitless love between mother and child.

There’s no stronger bond than the love a mother has for her child. Morning, afternoon, and night, a mother and child’s day is filled with love. In this touching lullaby, a three-time Grammy nominee celebrates her newborn son. Lyrical and lovely, this soothing lullaby, accompanied by tender illustrations, is perfect for bedtime sharing.
     This package includes a hardcover book along with a CD of the lullaby being sung aloud.

“What I’d Do” music and lyrics by Jewel and Patrick Davis, from the album The Merry Goes ’Round (Mood Entertainment/Fisher-Price Music Series).
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  • Simon & Schuster/Paula Wiseman Books | 
  • 32 pages | 
  • ISBN 9781442458130 | 
  • September 2012 | 
  • Grades P - K
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Jewel
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Jewel

Jewel is an award-winning singer, songwriter, poet, and actress. She has four internationally bestselling albums and has been nominated for five Grammys. Jewel is the author of the New York Times bestselling A Night Without Armor and Chasing Down the Dawn, as well as the children’s books That’s What I’d Do and Sweet Dreams, both illustrated by Amy June Bates. She lives with her husband and son in rural Texas.

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