I love learning about fun ways to share stories with my daughter. This collection consists of stories written by nature, and offer an amazing experience for your child but also for yourself. They have received several awards. Here is a little about Pacha’s Pajamas from the companies website:
Pacha’s Pajamas is the first and only full-length Children’s Pop Musical. Since it is nature-themed, we sometimes call it Eco-Pop. The soundtrack showcases 55 artist including famous performers and young talent of different generations and cultural backgrounds including Yasiin Bey, Cheech Marin, Talib Kweli, Majora Carter, Gerald C. Rivers, Ta’Kaiya Blaney and Lyrics Born.
The story centers on a little girl with big dreams. One night, the animals and plants on her new pajamas come alive. Entering her dream as a small gorilla, she comes upon an unlikely group of creatures feeling sad about the state of the world. Nature unites to tell its captivating story at a global festival where species have come together to bring balance to the planet. They build a stadium, half land, half water and powered by electric eels. Fun-filled acts include an insect band called The Beetles, a black-eyed pea rapping for a better world and a beaver named Just-in-Time. At the end of the show, Pacha shares an important message for all of nature and humanity.
Great concept right? I thought so also, so I was excited to receive the Volume 1 & 2 of the Pacha’s Pajamas.
The two-CD set Pacha’s Pajamas: A Story Written by Nature Vol. 1 & 2, was available starting November 5, 2013 and has a suggested retail price of $19.99, or you can opt for the digital download for $15.99. Or if you want to try it out, you can get individual songs on iTunes for $1.29. This collection follows the adventures of Pacha, a little girl who has some amazing magical pajamas. These pjs whisk her away every night to imaginary worlds. In these worlds where she discovers the power to make a difference in the world and within herself.
This collection is filled with pop references, who wouldn’t love lots of humor. This collection features 28 tracks by 70 artists spanning four generation. Filled with storytelling, songs and of course dance. This collection offers song tracks that covers a wide range of global, social, environmental, health and other issues. Check out this short video to get a better idea of how amazing this collection is.