Everyone enjoys a sing along at Christmas and children are no exception. The small boy loves to join in with a rousing chorus of Jingle Bells or Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer. So when I heard about the new Mr Tumble’s Christmas Party CD I knew he’d enjoy listening to it in the run up to Christmas.
CBeebies favourite and star of Something Special, Mr Tumble, has released an album full of much-loved classic Christmas songs, with a Mr Tumble twist.
The festive hits on the Mr Tumble’s Christmas Party CD include –
- Santa Claus is Coming to Town
- Jingle Bells
- Here Comes Santa Claus
- Do You Wanna Build a Snowman
- Winter Wonderland
- Sleigh Ride
- White Christmas
- Frosty the Snowman
- It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas
- I Can’t Wait for Christmas Day
- Silent Night
- Let it Snow
- All I want for Christmas is My Two Front Teeth
- Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree
- Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer
- The Twelve Days of Christmas
- Little Drummer Boy
- The Christmas Song
- Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas Time
- We Wish You a Merry Christmas
The CD is a cheery collection of Christmas songs, recorded especially for children and liberally dusted with Mr Tumble’s giggles, honks, Tumble chatter and other embellishments. It’s the kind of album which we’ll listen to in the car in December, ideal for getting the whole family in the mood for Christmas.
The selection of songs is really well thought out. From Christmas classics such as The Twelve Days of Christmas, carols such as Silent Night, to contemporary favourites like Do You Wanna Build a Snowman from the hit film Frozen sung by Mr Tumble and his friends, Justin, Lord Tumble, Aunt Polly and Grandad Tumble!
There’s something for everyone and if you’re looking for a Christmas CD for all the family, something which will engage pre-school age children and Mr Tumble fans, then the Mr Tumble’s Christmas Party CD fits the bill perfectly.
Mr Tumble’s Christmas Party CD is released on 4th November 2016, you can pre-order on Amazon and it is currently priced at £11.42.
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