Through story-telling and song, children learn by listening and singing along with this vocabulary-building CD. It teaches young children about time, geography, ecology, phonetics, arithmetic, emotions, and many more subjects. Educators have discovered that children can learn and remember concepts, especially when these concepts are set to music and rhythm. Take the story about a brother and a sister who live on a farm. They attend school, where many subjects are expressed musically. It is the last day of school before vacation. The children take a journey with their parents and grandparents to their aunt, uncle, and cousin’s home. Original music and lyrics composed by co-founder Dolores Ormandy Neumann, the niece of Eugene Ormandy, the world-famous former conductor of the Philadelphia Orchestra. The CD is narrated, arranged, and performed by Rob Schwimmer, a distinguished musician, who has performed with many leading artists, including Paul Simon and Bette Midler. The CD also features the highly gifted vocalist and actress Teresa Williams.