This collection includes:
Is There Really a Human Race?: This funny and touching fantasy is a dialogue between child and parent, reminding us that being human is all about making good choices and relishing life's journey.
It's Hard to Be Five: Learning How to Work My Control Panel: Learning not to hit? Having to wait your turn? Sitting still?! It's definitely hard to be five, but this encouraging book makes the struggles of self-control a little easier, and a lot more fun.
When I Was Little: A Four-Year-Old's Memoir of Her Youth: In this simple, childlike celebration of personal identity, a little girl looks back on her childhood from the lofty height of four and half years, and discovers that she is a unique individual.
Tell Me Again About the Night I Was Born: "Tell me again how you would adopt me and be my parents...." Here's a heartwarming story about not only how a child is born but also how a family is born.
Today I Feel Silly & Other Moods That Make My Day: This book helps kids explore, identify, and even have fun with their ever-changing moods.
Where Do Balloons Go? An Uplifting Mystery: When one little boy accidentally lets go of his balloon, his imagination takes him on a journey. This delightful mystery about letting go uses imagination as a tool to deal with loss.
I'm Gonna Like Me: Letting Off a Little Self-Esteem: This story whimsically demonstrates that it's important to like yourself every single day, no matter what.
©2006 Jamie Lee Curtis; (P)2002, 2004, 2006 HarperCollins Publishers
I love these books by Jamie Lee Curtis and my twin 5 year olds do too! The narration is wonderful and Jamie Lee is so animated it's easy to get taken in by the emotion! My children have many of the stories memorized and love to listen on the way to school or on my iPhone while waiting in the doctor's office. Fun and creative, these books start wonderful conversations where their imaginations run wild.
There where so horrible songs in this story (sorry) .
During a drive with the kids we listened to this and the story about how they where going to pick up a child for adoption was a little strange , I am fine with anything but I thought it was a children's story and I just was not prepared for it . Ha ha . But really , I did not find the Jamie Lee Curtis Audio Collection entertaining . I might see if I can swap this .
My son and I have been fans of Jamie Lee Curtis for several years and we were thrilled to find this book. They are read by JLC and that always make for a wonderful performance. Where do balloons go is our favorite.
The narriator and ambient music.
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