My first two albums were full of imagination and designed to bring out
playfulness in everyone. "On a Roll" carries the same message but with a
different slant. In this album I have chosen ideas with which children and
families wrestle and might fear. Ultimately, we learn to embrace these ideas
and overcome our discomfort. Kindness, community, music, laughter and a bit
of fun are just some of the tools we use.
Rhymenocerous - being excluded
On A Roll - life with a disability
Like a Dinosaur - the scary unknown
Bright Red Truck - the unexpected
DNA - what makes you - you
Owl's Game - playing fair with friends
Bring on the Thunder - loud noises
Yellow Room - active boys
Canker Sore - having a bad day
To Be Kind - being the new person
Rumble, Tumble, Grumble - having less than others
Jelly and Coral - going off on your own
In Walked James - overactive imagination
Little Charlie's Monsters - childhood fears
Forward March - keep moving on
Stories and songs are a wonderful vehicle to access a topic that is important to
your son or daughter, student or friend, or any child in your life. To learn more
about other song resources find my friends at The Children's Music Network.
|Luke Seston has Cerebral Palsy
His disability is difficult, normal and inspiring all at the same time.
What challenges do you have in your life?
How do you use them to your advantage?
How do you make other people smile?