Santa Barbara, CA (PRWEB) October 4, 2009
Everyone knows what a meltdown looks like. Kicking, screaming, throwing things, face turning red … yep - that's a parent having to listen to one too many children's CD. Lanny Sherwin has a remedy that is just what the doctored ordered.
Sherwin's newest children's CD, "Meltdown", has just won the coveted Dr. Toy "Top Ten CDs/DVDs 2009 Award". "Meltdown" is geared for kids 4 - 12, but it also targets parents, grandparents, and teachers. Twelve all-original, all-groovy songs tackle topics like anger, tolerance, science, and creativity … all wrapped up in clever lyrics and catchy melodies.
Sherwin is President of Sandman Records (http://www.sandmanrecords.com) whose motto is: "Don't Drive Parents Crazy!" Perhaps that explains why he has won his 40th children's music award. "Meltdown" goes from rock to pop to Caribbean to R&B … even an a cappella tune with Lanny singing eight parts!
"The Dr. Toy Award is one of the most respected honors in children's products," says Lanny. "I love "Meltdown" and am really gratified to have it recognized for excellence by one of the biggies."
The Dr. Toy awards (http://www.DrToy.com) were developed by child development authority, Stevanne Auerbach, Ph.D. (a.k.a. Dr. Toy) as a service to consumers who desire to purchase safe, affordable, educationally-oriented, and stimulating toys and products for children.
"Meltdown" is the 5th children's music CD from Sandman Records and Lanny Sherwin. His other best-selling CDs are: "Dream With Me Tonight--Lullabies For All Ages"; "Dream With Me Tonight, Volume 2--A Father's Lullabies"; "Turn Up The Music!; and "I Like Being Me".
"Meltdown" is available nationwide in retail stores including Barnes & Noble, Borders, and wherever music is sold. It's also available online at Amazon, iTunes, CDBaby, Kidzmusic, and the Sandman Records website. For more information, visit http://www.SandmanRecords.com or call 805-565-5524. A portion of Sandman Record's proceeds benefits numerous charities, preschools, hospitals and children's fundraisers nationwide.
So, kids, parents, grandparents, teachers - have faith. Sometimes a "Meltdown" can be a good thing!
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