I love that each song has a fun lesson about some of the most important people history. The Hero In You by Ellis Paul is a must-have album for teachers and families alike, with such songs as:
- -The Hero In You: I LOVE this song! Truly an uplifting song that celebrates individuality and promotes self confidence. Great beat and fun lyrics!
- -Nellie Bly: A song about a woman who fought for women's rights to vote, rights for mental patients, and for equality for all. Truly a motivating song with important lessons built in.
- -Augustus Jackson: Yum, a song about ice cream! I'm in. And I even learned a thing about the creator of the ice cream machine.
- -Woody Guthrie, Working Man: Another one of my favorite songs on this album. The harmonica had the kid's yelling and clapping in the backseat and me bouncing along to a great song about a train jumping, freedom fighter, musician, entertainer, and artist!
- -Chief Joseph: The Native American vibe of this song with the flute and tone of the lyrics had me daydreaming about a man who fought to keep his land from the white man.
- -Rachel Carson: A calm relaxing song about a woman who fought to "give a voice to the science of the trees" through conservation of our natural resources.
- -Jackie Robinson: So you probably already know who Jackie Robinson was, but this song really helps to paint a visual of just what a remarkable man he was. Fun to hear the game announcements embedded in the song.
- -Albert Einstein: This song shows how much more fun it can be to learn about history through song rather than reading a textbook.
- -Rosa Parks: This song screams old barbershop quartet that really brought the feel of Montgomery, Alabama and Rosa Park's story to life. Fab-u-lous!
- -Ben Franklin: "Oh Ben Franklin, I think we should thank him, as the world's most industrious guy!" That line paints the picture for this great song.
- -Mr. Tee Tot: Love this slow, silly song about a man and a fighting catfish. Don't ask...just listen! You will love it to.
- -Thomas Edison: The lyrics had me sucked into the introduction before I even realized there was no music! A visual of Edison and his achievements will come to life for you as well.
- -Martha Graham: I could here the music box in the background in this story about Martha Graham, the dancer, and the development of her career and dance school.
- -Georgia O'Keeffe: A wonderful way to close the album with an acoustic guitar song about this insightful artist.
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