Wednesday, September 30, 2009

FREE Holiday e-book from TOS

This is a brand new, FREE e-book being released by The Old Schoolhouse Magazine on November 1, 2009. If you want YOUR free copy, email Gena at and she will put you on the waiting list.

I am SOOO excited for this. I absolutely LOVE LOVE LOVE the holidays!!! I can't wait to get my copy. :D


Need a little extra for the holidays?

I've tried to find ways to make money from home and honestly, I just haven't had that much luck...BUT I have found a few ways to do things on the internet for the little extras we all like. :) With the holidays fast approaching I'm putting myself in high gear using these sites to add up my rewards. ;) And while I was at it I just thought I'd share them with you!

Oh, and all these places are FREE to join.

MyPoints rewards you for reading emails, playing games, taking surveys, surfing the internet and shopping online. For each task you complete, you receive points that can be redeemed for gift cards for places such as Walmart, Kmart, Macys, Walgreens, Outback, Applebees, and many MANY more!

Search & Win
This is by far the EASIEST way to earn rewards. :) Seriously, you install a search toolbar and you earn "swagbucks" that you can be used to purchase a variety of items that include gift cards and PayPal cash. AWESOME!!

Send Earnings

This is a lot like MyPoints, you read emails and complete offers - the only difference is instead of gift cards you receive a cash payment. Sign up now and receive a $5 bonus. I like me some money!! :D

Now remember you are NOT going to get rich by doing this - these places just make it possible for you to get a little extra. And who doesn't like a little extra every now and then??


Homeschool Resource of the Day: The Peter Rabbit Stories

The Peter Rabbit Stories by Beatrix Potter (PDF ebook)

Here's a compilation of ALL of Beatrix Potter's "Peter Rabbit and Friends" stories in one big ol' ebook,
including her wonderful color illustrations for each story!

You can get it today only at


Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Homeschool Resource of the Day: My First Book of Bug

My First Book of Bugs (PDF ebook)

A delightful illustrated guide to the world of bugs, including types of insects, where they live, what they do, & much more. Lots of fun!

You can get it today only at


Monday, September 28, 2009

Homeschool Resource of the Day: Betty Crocker's Cookbook for Boys & Girs

Betty Crocker's Cookbook for Boys and Girls (PDF ebook)

GREAT cookbook for your young chefs from 1975, with all sorts of kitchen tips, ideas and recipes! Yum, yum... kids, fix us something good to eat. Highly recommended!

You can get it today only at


Sunday, September 27, 2009

Coming Soon: My Little Pony Twinkle Wish Adventure

I used to LOVE My Little Pony. Now Gracie does. And we are both excited for this DVD to come out. The release date is October 13, 2009. For those of you who don't want to buy, Twinkle Wish Adventure will also air on a national cable-network channel closer to the release date.

But for now you can watch exclusive clips here. :)

Stream Link:

Windows Media for Download:

QuickTime for Download:

If you do decide to purchase this movie, check your local Toys R’ Us or Target - they will have DVDs with coupons like the one below on them. It'll be like getting the toy for free. :)

*Disclaimer: I was given a copy of the DVD for myself and for a giveaway from the Shout Factory for writing this post.


4 FREE Song Downloads

I promised you some free music when I wrote the review on Kenny Loggins' "All Join In" and here they are...

The link below will direct you to a site that has a music player with 4 songs from the album on it to preview.

After listening, just answer a couple quick questions about your thoughts on the music and then you'll receive an email with a link to download 4 FREE digital songs (MP3s) from "All Join In".


Thursday, September 24, 2009

Review: Educating Esme: Diary of a Teacher's First Year

Product Description
A must-read for parents, new teachers, and classroom veterans, Educating Esmé is the exuberant diary of Esmé Raji Codell’s first year teaching in a Chicago public school. Fresh-mouthed and free-spirited, the irrepressible Madame Esmé—as she prefers to be called—does the cha-cha during multiplication tables, roller-skates down the hallways, and puts on rousing performances with at-risk students in the library. Her diary opens a window into a real-life classroom from a teacher’s perspective. While battling bureaucrats, gang members, abusive parents, and her own insecurities, this gifted young woman reveals what it takes to be an exceptional teacher.

Heroine to thousands of parents and educators, Esmé now shares more of her ingenious and yet down-to-earth approaches to the classroom in a supplementary guide to help new teachers hit the ground running. As relevant and iconoclastic as when it was first published, Educating Esmé is a classic, as is Madame Esmé herself. ~

When I was given the chance to review this book I was so excited. Ever since I was a little girl I have always thought it would be wonderful to be a teacher. Scary (large groups of children ARE scary) but wonderful. I truly enjoyed reading about one woman's journey into teaching.

Educating Esme is the story of Esme Raji Codell's first year of teaching in public school. You'll read about her trials and tribulations in dealing with the principal, parents, and students. I loved how she always persevered and overcame everything that was put in front of her. You'll see how she always tried to make learning fun ~ going out of the box and doing what she felt was right for her students. At times you will want to laugh out loud ~ you may even do so. You may also want to cry ~ this is a real story and some times it can be heartbreaking. It's one of those books that make you feel as if you are there experiencing it all.

Here's what other reviewers are saying:
"the imagination and irreverent wit she brought to education makes this bristling journal well worth reading." ~ Entertainment Weekly

"This honest and spirited account...will warm your heart and sometimes break it...Codell is no ordinary teacher." ~ Chicago Tribune

"At turns entertaining, damning, and heartbreaking, the diary is a testament to the very best and worst of teaching--to the small miracles that occur in the classroom every day, as well as the deadening bureaucracies...A must-read." ~ N.E.A. Today

If you have the chance to read this book, do it. You will enjoy it so much and you might learn something in the process. ;)

*Disclaimer: For writing this review I was given a free copy of Educating Esme. The opinion is my own.


Monday, September 21, 2009

Homeschool Resource of the Day: The Soldier's Pocket Bible

The Soldiers' Pocket Bible (PDF ebook)

The Soldier's Pocket Bible is a booklet/tract that was first issued by Oliver Cromwell in 1643 during the English Civil War for the use of the Commonwealth Army. The little book consists of Bible passages, arranged topically, which might be of most help to a soldier. It was later re-issued in 1861 at the very beginning of the American Civil War, an exact reproduction (with only some spelling changes) of the 1643 edition. The quote on the title page, "Trust in the Lord and keep your powder dry," was Oliver Cromwell's famous battle cry to his troops.

You can get it today only at


Sunday, September 20, 2009

Win Six bumGenius 3.0 One-Size Cloth Diapers

ClothDiaperTips is giving away SIX (6) bumGenius 3.0 One-Size Cloth Diapers (value $120+). All you have to do is go HERE and comment. You can also gain other entries by tweeting and blogging. Check it out now!

I have 2 of their older one size dipaers and LOVE them. I'm really keeping my fingers crossed on winning this contest. :) But I still thought I'd share it with all of you. :)


Friday, September 18, 2009

Homeschool Resource of the Day: You CAN Do a Unit Study!

You CAN Do a Unit Study! by Kim Kargbo (PDF ebook)

Have you ever thought that you'd like to try a unit study, but you're just not sure how to go about it? Or, maybe you've considered it, but given your personality characteristics, you're just not sure it would work for you. Maybe it seems too nebulous and abstract, or like too much work, or not structured enough, or like everything won't get covered. All of these concerns are valid, and are addressed in this booklet. Also included are practical tips for incorporating a unit study approach - slowly - into your school schedule, and much more. If you have been looking for help in implementing this beneficial approach to education, this could be your answer!

You can get it today only at


Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Itty Bitty Bookworm: Bible Story Unit "Creation"

Itty Bitty Bookworm is a literature based curriculum for preschoolers ages 18 months to 5 years. I found this about 2 years ago when I was looking for curriculum to use for Gracie. I have Bo's Curriculum which is for the older kids, 3-5 years and Bailey's Curriculum is for the younger kids ages 18 to 36 months. Recently, Itty Bitty Bookworm added a new line of products. They have designed Bible Story Units to help children learn the stories of the Bible. This is a great supplement if you are already using their other curriculum. BUT that doesn't mean you have to use it with it. It can be used alone. It's not overwhelming either, it's just a 3-day lesson that is planned out for you.

I was able to review the first in the series, "Creation". This was such a fun story to share with Gracie. Watching her eyes and explaining it all was amazing. I loved how this unit study had everything I needed. It gives you a list of materials needed for activities. It has a letter for parents (if you are using this in a church or daycare). A memory verse, coloring sheets, a memory game. Basically, it's just awesome.

If you have been looking for a way to teach your little one about the Bible in a way they will understand then this is definitely the way to go. Check it out here.


Homeschool Resource of the Day: Hero Stories of Discoverers & Explorers

Hero Stories of Discoverers & Explorers! (PDF ebook)

A classic selection of biographical stories of Columbus, Magellan, Cortez, De Soto, Henry Hudson, La Salle and other early explorers and discoverers!

You can get it today only at


Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Homeschool Resource of the Day: Their Rights, and Nothing Less

Their Rights, and Nothing Less (MP3 Audio)

What a different world it was just a few generations ago, when women had no right to vote and few legal rights in many aspects of our society! Here's the fascinating story of Susan B. Anthony, and her tireless work with the Women's Suffrage Movement and the passage of the 19th Amendment in an excellent audio dramatization. A PDF listening guide is included.

You can get it today only at


Monday, September 14, 2009

Wizz-e Review

Recently, I was given the chance to review the Wizz-e website. What is Wizz-e you ask? Wizz-e is an online source for children's e-books. They offer a few free e-books and then you can also purchase additional books. Prices range anywhere from $1.99 to $8.99. The e-books can be viewed online or downloaded to your computer. You also have a few options for reading the e-books; you can read it to your child or they can listen as it is read out loud. There is also a feature of being able to click on a word and have it read to you. Great for those who are just learning to read.

The books are designed to delight your child as well as;
* help your child learn to read
* develop your child’s confidence and love of books (great for reluctant readers or children with some forms of dyslexia)
* reinforce understanding with interactive quizzes, games and activity sheets
* Assist you in teaching your child at home!

I tried this out with Gracie and she loved it! She liked being able to sit at the computer and "read" to herself. She has already learned how to read a few words from homeschooling last year and Kindergarten this year and I think this is definitely a great way for her to add more words to her reading list. She has always loved books and this just contributes to it.

Wizz-e also offers free activities such as games, jokes, and coloring pages (coming soon). If your child loves being read to this is an amazing site to visit.


If you blog it, they will come...

I just wrote a blog about the SRT shoes I was waiting to arrive for Matthew and UPS just brought them to my door. How awesome is that? If I blog about winning the Powerball will it happen? :D

Here's a pic of his new shoes.

And here is a quick video...(PUH-LEASE excuse the messy house. :D)


Remembering Baby's 1st Steps & SRT Giveaway

Your baby's first steps are so very precious. You start to anticipate them from the moment he starts to crawl. But then you start to feel guilty for wishing away the baby stage. :) If you're lucky you have a camera on hand - but I think most of the time the actual first steps are just burned into your memory. Gracie and Matthew both took their first steps just a couple weeks shy of their 1st birthday. I remember getting so excited and clapping and yes, crying even. I think I cried a little bit more with Matthew since I knew I wouldn't be having anymore babies and this first was my last. Nonetheless, it's a magical moment for parents and their babies.

As parents we want to help them anyway we can, that's why I am so excited about stride rite's new SRT (Sensory Response Technology) Collection. As a media release states: "Early findings indicate that in order to develop a healthy walking pattern, first walkers need shoes that allow them to feel and grip the surface beneath them, as well as distribute their weight properly to keep their balance."

1. Greater feel of terrain: Sensory pods in the forefoot of the outsole move independently of each other offering multiple reaction points, increasing a baby's feel of the ground beneath them. This allows a baby to stabilize their gait and better respond to their environment.
2. More natural support: Unique "hourglass" construction in the midfoot mirrors a baby's foot structure to help supporting bones and muscles that are not yet fully developed. A smooth, rounded transition from outsole to upper prevents catching an edge, reducing the number of stumbles and falls.
3. Freedom of movement: Ultra-flexible design allows the foot to move in many directions to help baby learn how to adapt to uneven surfaces.

Aren't these just the neatest thing? I can't wait to get the pair for Matthew that's on its way. Right now, when I try to put shoes on him he throws a fit and he doesn't walk very well in them either. So I'm really hoping that these help him.

Do you think your baby would benefit from these? Would you like to win a pair for your little one? Then check out the giveaway info below. :))

Giveaway Information:
- 5 winners will be chosen to receive one pair of SRT shoes, available in sizes 3 to 8 infant/toddler (including medium and wide). Each pair is a retail value of $50. In order to enter, readers must fill out the following form. (this link is case sensitive)

This contest is open to legal U.S. residents 18 years or older. The giveaway begins at 12:00 a.m. ET September 14th and ends at 11:59 p.m. ET September 28th. The winners will be chosen by Stride Rite and Momfluence using


Homeschool Resouce of the Day: Word Mastery

Word Mastery: A Course In Phonics for the First Three Grades (PDF ebook)

A GREAT little guide to early phonics training by early 1900s schoolteacher Florence Akin, revised in an easy to use format.

You can get it today only at


Friday, September 11, 2009

Child Passenger Safety Week

Did you know that 3 out of 4 carseats are not installed as they should be, keeping the children who use them from being as safe and secure as possible?

This Saturday is "Seat Check Saturday," and NHTSA is asking all parents using a child safety seat to have their installation checked at one of the centers available across the country. You can find one near you here:

More information can be found at the pages below:
LATCH landing page:
Child Passenger Safety:
Recall Information from NHTSA: &
Child Seat Registration:

Also, there will be a Q&A on Thursday, Sept. 17th from 8:00 to 9:00 p.m. ET. on Twitter #ChildSeatSafety. Officials from NHTSA will be on hand to answer any child passenger safety questions. We also want to see how much people have learned this week! We will be asking questions of the party-goers and ten correct answers will receive a prize.

Amy Lupold Bair, founder of Momfluence, is acting on behalf of NHTSA's child passenger safety efforts.


Grandparent's Day is September 13th

Grandparent's Day is this weekend, Sunday to be exact. Sadly, this holiday is overlooked a lot. I hate to say it but I've been known to forget until the day of. That's why I am so glad MomSelect shared with me. offers suggestions for creating a truly special experience for both your parents and your children. From activities and crafts to gift ideas and planning suggestions, the National Grandparent's Day section on the site will help you form memories that span generations.

Growing up my grandparents played a large part of my life. So I'm going to share a little about each of them...

Granny & Grandpa (my mother's parents) lived just two houses away from me. We were at their house everyday. Most of my memories of playing are in their front yard. I was blessed with being able to share many of those milestone moments with them. My Grandpa passed away when I was 9 and I think that only made me closer with Granny until she passed when I was 17. I'm getting teary-eyed as I write this - I guess mainly because I wish my children were able to know them.

My Grandma (my dad's mother - I never knew my grandpa, he passed away when my dad was little) was a school teacher and loved to talk about all of her adventures growing up. That's something I miss so much. When you are a child, you listen - but you don't absorb. I really wish I had more... Grandma passed away when I was s24, luckily I was able to know her as a child and an adult. I'd give just about anything to have a little more time with them.

Grandparents are so special. So I ask that if yours are still around - celebrate them and let them know how much they are loved.


Text for a Cause & Win an Electrolux Washer & Dryer

Throughout September, you can donate $5 to the Ovarian Cancer Research Fund by texting "KELLY" to 85944 from your mobile phones (standard text messaging rates apply) - or logging on to And every time you log on to the website, you'll be entered for a chance to win a front load washer and dryer from Electrolux in Turquoise Sky, the color inspired by the teal ribbon of ovarian cancer awareness.

Also during September, visitors to Kelly Confidential can help spread awareness for this important cause by sending a virtual T-shirt to a friend. For every virtual t-shirt sent, Electrolux will donate $1 to the OCRF.

A limited edition t-shirt designed by Kelly Ripa may also be purchased and 100% of the proceeds from the sale will go to OCRF.

Thanks to MomSelect & MomCentral for sharing this with me.


Lands' End FeelGood Donations & Twitter Party

Preparing for winter, Lands' End is trying to help homeless individuals and families across the country. For every Lands' End FeelGood sweater purchased, the company will donate signature FeelGood yarn to One Heart Foundation's Warming Families, a nationwide knitting charity. Lands' End expects to donate thousands of pounds of yarn to the charity where volunteers plan to knit up to 25,000 hats and other items to warm the homeless and displaced.

Also, you can join Lands' End and Vickie Howell, host of TV's Knitty Gritty, for a Twitter Party to celebrate the kick-off the FeelGood Campaign! The party will feature more than 20 fun giveaways ranging from the FeelGood sweater and Vickie Howell's books to Lands' End gift cards and FeelGood yarn.

Date: Wednesday, September 16th
Time: 7:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. CST
Location: #landsend

Thanks to MomSelect for sharing this campaign. Also, by sharing this info with you a cone of FeelGood yarn has been donated to volunteer knitters at Warming Families. One cone of FeelGood yarn is enough to make 28 hats to be donated to homeless individuals in communities across the country.


PineCone Research is Growing!

PineCone Research is accepting new members right now. If you've heard of them, you've probably been waiting for them to allow membership again. If not, you SO need to check them out. PineCone Research gathers customer input through online surveys and YOU get paid for it. This is really a great way to make a little extra $$$ and share your opinion. You can sign up by clicking here.

ONLY ONE PERSON PER HOUSEHOLD MAY REGISTER. Multiple registrations of the same Household will void all registrations.

If you have any questions email or click on the attached links to learn more about PineCone Research.


1.25 off Yoplait Delights

Click above to go to the $1.25 off coupon.

Thanks to Pssst for sharing.


Homeschool Resource of the Day: Stockpiling 101

Stockpiling 101 by Malia Russell (PDF ebook)

Stockpiling is a term used to describe gathering and storing large
quantities of items your family can use at some time in the future,
whether preparing for an emergency or for saving money. In this new ebook,
Malia Russell explains exactly what to look for and how to wisely
manage your own family's stored goods during these difficult times.

You can get it today only at


Thursday, September 10, 2009

Universal Learning System: Part I & Giveaway

Have you heard about the Universal Learning System? Neither had I until I was approached by someone from the company, Learning Link Technologies, to do a review. The Universal Learning System is a specific step-by-step system that organizes and strengthens the way the brain processes information. The Universal Learning System is the only system available that also provides visual, auditory, kinesthetic, eye/hand coordination, memory skills, and processing of information skills.

This is a system that is suppose to help students with:
* dyslexia
* ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder)
* Dysgraphia
* Dyscalculia
* Learning Differences
* Autism Spectrum Disorder

Since I don't have any experience with any of these learning disabilities and I wouldn't be able to properly review the program, I went to my Facebook friends and asked for a volunteer to help me out. Debbie was given a full year membership and will be actively using the program with her children. We have planned on updating monthly on how she feels it is working for her. I asked Debbie to give me a bio to post here so you all can get to know her and her family.

I am Debbie, married to my sweet husband of 18 yrs.We live outside the twin cities metro area and are blessed to have 6 children ages 5-17.

I have 2 degrees - Child Development and Elementary Special Ed and worked before having children in several different positions working w/ the 0-3 population of special needs all the way up to developing job sites for multiply disabled adults. My last year of teaching was in the public schools as a LD teacher. I was able to work a lot with parents and through that also volunteered w/ A Chance To Grow (somewhat like your program) back in the 80's.

My husband had some learning struggles as a child but is a highly sought after Master Tech working for a company that mechanics consult with when they are stuck on problems.

My oldest, David is 17. He started stuttering at 3 when it seemed his brain was working faster then his speech. Outgrew that but learning has been an extra challenge for him. Reading came at the end of second grade.Spelling writing and math have been his real challenge. Math is the main thing that he struggles with today still.

My next 2 children are excellent students-gifted in some areas.

My 4th child is a very strong willed child. His talking came later-closer to 3 and we communicated w/ basic sign when he started to get frustrated. I tried many different curriculum w/ him. He could have been considered ADHD and has specific allergies to colors. Because of his high activity level, I did not make him sit still through all the reading I did w/ the others until he hit 1st grade where he was required to draw while I was reading. In all the approaches I tried the letters, their names and sounds swirled around and he could not remember them. I felt very led to use the Madsen Method-makes 4 pathways the the brain. It was starting this program that I realized how horrible his auditory listening and memory skills were.(He is a kid that loves media). The Madsen Method has been our breakthrough and now at 10 he is reading,and writing successfully for the 1st time. He still struggles w/ not being able to tell the short "e" from the short "i "sound and sometimes even confuses those 2 w/ an "ah" sound. He is great w/ his writing but rarely has reversals.

My 5th child was both a late walker and talker. She did not walk till 17 mos nor talk till about the same age as her brother. We started Madsen Method when she was in 1st grade.I could also tell right away her auditory memory and listening skills were weak. She had alot more trouble saying the scripts initially. It was that trouble and her difficulty writing her letters(we spent 3 mos on writing letter a ) that had me separating them and going slower with her. Things have been clicking and she is writing her letters better but LOTS of reversals. This is not supposed to happen as they learn to write letters in certain patterns related to the clock. I will be using this program specifically for her. She is my only lefty and still cannot really cut well or write her full name (remembering the letters on her own). But she is reading 3 and 4 letter words and remembering the letter sounds. She also is very physically active and could have been considered ADHD.

My "baby" is already reading before he starts K this fall!! He also seems very gifted-knew all his letters and sounds at 3.

She also added:
Lesley- I realized I should have clarified that I plan to do this program w/ all 3 of my special students. I am starting w/Bethany(my 5th) 1st since she cannot go further in the curriculum we are using until she has mastered the writing part since it is all integrated together. I will add the 2 boys next week when we start school officially. This looks SOOO excellent and some of the activities are ones I used in A Chance To Grow many years ago.

I am so excited for Debbie as she starts this journey with her children and can't wait to update you all on their progress. :)

You can find out more about this program by going to Also offers a free video series through email.

But wait that's not all - you did notice the giveaway part of the title right?? Learning Links Technologies is giving one of my readers a 3 month membership valued at $240.

To enter to win - Leave a comment below telling me how you would use this program. (This is a mandatory entry)

For extra entries you can do the following: (Be sure and leave a separate comment for each)

*Subscribe to the FREE video series

*Join Learning Link's Facebook Group

*Follow Learning Link on Twitter

*Become a registered user at (there are benefits to this such as being able to ask a direct question which will be answered on the site)

*Comment on one of the Learning Link blog entries

*Follow my blog by RSS or subscribe to email newsletter (1 entry each)

*Blog and/or Tweet @lesleypeck about this giveaway (1 entry per tweet/blog)

*Become a Fan on Facebook

*Become a Follower via Google Friend Connect

*Place my button on your blog sidebar

That's it. Easy Peasy. With LOTS of ways to enter. :))

This giveaway will end on October 1st at 11:59pm EST and will be chosen by


Smelly Washer Cleaner Winner

I'm late drawing this....and I'm sorry but we had some things come up that couldn't be helped....

Now for the winner.....

#3 Nikki said...
Bet this stuff would be great for cloth diaper smellies left behind LOL. I'd love to try it!
August 30, 2009 11:57 PM

Congrats Nikki!! Please contact me with your mailing info. :))


Tuesday, September 8, 2009

Subscribe to The Old Schoolhouse Magazine for only $7.95

Subscribe to The Old Schoolhouse Magazine for 7.95

Homeschooling is a Labor of Love, and the Old Schoolhouse™ Magazine is celebrating your hard work as a parent by putting their one-year print subscriptions on sale! For a very limited time, you can subscribe or renew for $7.95! (US only)

You can buy a gift sub for friends too! To gift a subscription:
1. Go to the one-year subscription page (US only)
2. Scroll to the bottom of the page.
3. Enter the name, address, email, and phone information for each recipient
4. click "Add this to my cart".
5. The information will display in your cart and simply proceed to check out.

There are only 2000 of these available, and they are going quickly! Your subscription begins with their Fall Issue.

If you live in an international location, you can subscribe to their digital edition for only $7.95! It's the same great content as their print magazine, except it is instant and interactive!


Homeschool Resource of the Day: Young Davy Crockett

Young Davy Crockett (MP3 audio & PDF study guide)

A great half hour audio dramatization of the early life of the legendary frontier hero and teller of tall tales, Davy Crockett, and his experiences growing up on the American frontier... as told by Crockett himself! Included with this mp3 audio is a short PDF "listening guide" to use for further discussion and study after listening to the audio. Great stuff!

You can get it today only at


Thursday, September 3, 2009

Review: Kenny Loggins' All Join In

I think we've all heard of Kenny Loggins. I mean as long as you haven't been living under a rock that is. :) LOL Ok, I'm just joking. But seriously remember the song Footloose? Yeah, that's his. He also had songs from Caddyshack (I'm Alright) and Top Gun (Danger Zone). Since then he has broadened his musically style. Now known for his album Return to Pooh Corner, Loggins and Walt Disney Records is set to release his newest album All Join In.

Songs include:
1. Underneath the Same Sky
2. All Together Now
3. You've Got a Friend in Me
4. Two of Us
5. Come Go With Me
6. There Is a Mountain
7. The Puppy Song
8. You Can All Join In
9. Gandhi/Buddha
10. Long Tailed Cat
11. Your Lollipop
12. Moose 'n Me
13. 1234

I listened to this cd with both of my kids and they seemed to enjoy it. My favorite song was track 1 - Underneath the Same Sky, which is another Pooh song. You can watch the video for There Is a Mountain here. AND if you continue to check back here on my blog I'll have 4 downloads available for you, just as soon as I get the links. :)

Thanks to One2OneNetwork for giving me the opportunity to review this product.