'Songs For Schools: Reading' (Library Edition) is the latest compilation from The Uncle Brothers. This 'must have' collection of songs are from their award winning catalog of CDs; songs that are either about reading, books, or using your imagination. Their popular song, 'It's All There At The Library' is a favorite of many children and librarians and the new 'Next Harry Potter' is already getting extensive airplay. Tommy's, 'Kangaroo Waffles' was written for his live library show as an audience participation song and Danny's, 'Learn To Read' was produced years ago for the NY Library Association. 'If A Book Could Talk' is a fun folk song with a sort of 'rap' section that kids love to learn. 'Imagine This', 'Heather & The Unicorn', and 'Great Big Spinning Ball' are all songs that paint a picture in the child's mind, much like a good book does. BIO Danny Quinn and Tom Gardner are The Uncle Brothers. This NY metro area duo performs family and kids music in a 'Jimmy Buffett meets The Smothers Brothers' style of humor and lively crowd pleasing original songs. For elementary schools they've designed a show around character education themes like anti smoking and drug awareness, respect, conflict resolution, kindness, responsibility, and many others. For family venues they are just plain FUN, getting the audience involved in wacky hand motions and sing a longs. Winner Parents Choice Award, Parents Guide Award, Children's Music Web Award, 'BEST NEW ARTIST!' 'Rainbow', Grand Prize Winner, KidSing 2001 Songwriting contest 'Delightful & entertaining!' Parents Guide magazine 'I loved watching the Uncle Brothers and you will too. The kids were totally involved, had a great time, and learned meaningful things (messages) as well' Bob McGrath from Sesame Street.