The Children’s Music Web Awards 2007

WINNERS

 

Our Children's Music Web Awards are decided in a multi-step judging process. First, family judges screen the candidates and make preliminary decisions. This year we had over 160 entrants. Then, classrooms and day care centers worldwide pick their favorites.

Children's voices predominate every step of the way.

Thus,

it can truly be said that these are the

KIDS' FAVORITES!

You can hear some of the winners each month in real audio on Penelope's Radio

 

 

Cat 1 Best Recording for Babies and Toddlers ages 0 to 3

Pam Donkin: A Hop, Skip, and a Jump

Bonnie Lockhart, Unity Nguyen, and Billy Witz: Growing with Music

Renee and Jeremy: It's a Big World

Linda Robertson: Come and Go With Me

Cat 2 Best Recording for Preschoolers ages 3 to 5

Pam Donkin: A Hop, Skip, and a Jump

Wendy Gelsanliter: I'm Hungry, I Need a Bandaid

Jeanie B! and the Jelly Beans: I'm a Kid!


Alex Mahe': The Best of Alex Mahe Goodtime Train

Mister Billy: Batteries Not Included

Mr. Eric: The Big Silly with Mr. Eric

Jackie Silberg: Music from the Complete Book of Rhymes

Janet Sirett: Creepy, Crawly, Slimy Things

Kira Wiley: Caterpillar, Caterpillar

 

Cat 3: Best Recording for Younger Children ages 5 to 8

Aunty E: Rockstar Princess

Wendy Gelsanliter: I'm Hungry, I Need a Bandaid

John Hadfield: Robot Monkey Head


Hullabaloo: Hey Everybody!

Jeanie B! and the Jelly Beans: I'm a Kid!

Jitterbug Theatre Productions: Max and the Mountain

Jump for Joy Music: Singing! Singing!

Juliette McDonald: It's a Brand New Day

Robbi K and Friends: Music Makes Me Happy

Tommy Paxton: S'more Songs

Thaddeus Rex: We Wanna Rock

Maria Sangiolo: Under the Mystic Sea


Janet Sirett: Creepy, Crawly, Slimy Things

UncleMoondog: Baloney Cake

Cat 4: Best Recording for Older Children ages 8 to 12

John Hadfield: Robot Monkey Head


Cat 5: Best Spoken Word for Preschoolers

No winners

 

Cat 6: Best Spoken Word for Younger Children

Armstrong and Aichele: World Tales, Volume 2

Rosie Cutrer: Mr. Bun and Other Stories

Jennings and Ponder: Wolves! Folk Stories Featuring Our Best Friend's Wild Cousin

 

Cat 7: Best Spoken Word for Older Children

Armstrong and Aichele: World Tales, Volume 2

Rosie Cutrer: The Blackthorn Walking Stick and Other Tales

Jennings and Ponder: Wolves! Folk Stories Featuring Our Best Friend's Wild Cousin

Donna Washington: Troubling Trouble

 

Cat 8: Best Song for Babies and Toddlers

Owen Duggan: The Elephant Song


Cat 9: Best Song for Preschoolers

Owen Duggan: The Ants

Kira Willey: Caterpillar Caterpillar

 

Cat 10: Best Song for Younger Children

Jeanie B! and the Jelly Beans: The World is a Wonderful Place

Two of a Kind: Think of It As an Adventure

 Uncle Jim: Funky As a Diaper

Cat 11: Best Song for Older Children

Asylum Street Spankers: You Only Love Me for My Lunchbox

 

Cat 12: Best New Artist for Preschoolers ( ages 0 to 5)

Janet Sirett: Creepy, Crawly, Slimy Things

 

Cat 13: Best New Artist for Younger Children

Ellen and Matt: Best Friends

 

Cat 14: Best New Artist for Older Children

Pomes In a Pail: On the Loose Dreams

 

 

Judge's Special Awards

These awards were by suggestion from family judges and a small committee

Sir Jerry: Sir Jerry's World

 Jazz For Kids: Sing, Clap, Wiggle and Shake

Pete Seeger: Children's Concert at Town Hall


 Best Musical Website for Kids

Zooglobble.com

 

Lifetime Achievement Award

to

 Peter Alsop

A champion for children from the very beginning


Charlotte Diamond

This award comes with four hugs a day, minimum.


John McCutcheon

 You have defined the poetry of childhood in song.


 

All winners will receive a free roll of "spider" gold stickers and a certificate by mail. Judge's comments will also be included where available.

Congratulations!

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