Want to add some happiness to your days? Want to show off to your friends when you sing? Campfire Songs for Modern Kids has fun-to-sing songs for a whole new generation of singers. The 26 songs on this album were written specifically for kids between the ages 8 to 13. They are creative and funny and include tongue twisters, rounds, parodies, memory songs, and songs that involve lots of movement. They are perfect for singing around the campfire, along the hiking trail, car trips, or for fun at school, church, talent shows or skits at camp! This album accompanies a book with the same name and includes "Gimme Some More S'Mores," "My Bonnie Went in for a Face Lift," "The Impossible to Sing Song," 'Oh, My Darling Frankensteen," "Never Hug a Hibble," and many more songs to delight 21st century kids! 'These songs are fun, feisty, and fresh! They will follow us to our Girl Scout Parent/Daughter camping weekend, which ahs been a tradition for decades. We can't wait to make these songs part of our new traditions, especially, 'There's a House' and 'The Impossible to Sing Song.' Thank you!' - Julie & Christy Perkins, volunteer camp co-directors 'These songs are whimsical and catchy in all the right places. They are positive and strong with just the right amount of mischief to be intriguing and entertainingly fun!' -Sylvia Hymans, teacher 'It's so fun and refreshing to hear boring old songs with a new twist! I can't wait to go camping now!' -Sadie Roberts, 12 'Both of us grew up in families that sang. Some of our strongest and fondest memories of childhood are wrapped around singing silly songs together. It was a part of our family fabric, as well as an important part of school, church, and camp. That's why developing new songs has been such a joy for us. We hope that these songs will make their way into the memories of a whole new generation and sung for years to come!' -Heather Stenner & Cheri Miller Thurston Have a listen. We are certain you'll be singin' along in no time! 'I don't sing because I'm happy. I'm happy because I sing.' - William James.