One of the best tools in the raising-a-bilingual-kid toolbox is a good selection of music. Heritage and language has long been preserved and passed along with the aid of music. Just think about your childhood and a key songs are sure to start playing in your inner playlist.
Moona Luna knows that and they´ve created a seamless bilingual CD that brings home all the vibrant sounds of our Latin culture in a way that kids are immediately responsive to.
Yes, we´ve written about Moona Luna before and even premiered their first-ever music video with some of our SpanglishBaby readers in a starring role. We are happy to dedicate this space to them again because they are now touring the country (catch full calendar here) and we wouldn´t want you to miss the chance to catch them live. My girl and I are going this weekend to one of their two performances at the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books. Since Piñata Party is seriously one of her favorite CD´s, she´s been super excited since I told her about it a couple of days ago. I can´t wait to see if she´ll sing-a-long to the songs being performed live as she does when she hears them playing in the car!
To get your kids singing to Moona Luna´s catchy tunes and to celebrate El Día de Los Niños, Moona Luna is offering SpanglishBaby amigos a free download of one of their most popular songs: Todas Las Comidas (All the Foods). You can listen to it below, watch the video and download your free song only by clicking here. Free song download will be available until May 5th
To stream the full CD visit moonalunamusic.com. If you like what you hear (you will!), come back here and leave a comment telling us which was your favorite song from their debut album, Piñata Party. You might be one of two winners of an autographed CD and poster.
This giveaway ends Thursday, May 5th at midnight EST and is open to U.S. residents over 18 years of age. Check out the Giveaway Rules.
Disclosure: We received a sample to review the product. All opinions are our own.