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Common Sense Media says

Outstanding kiddie-folk with lots of laughs, life lessons.

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Parent of a 3 year old Written byCadens Mommy February 14, 2010
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you and your kids will love this!

We're lucky enough to live in San Diego so we can see Hullabaloo live a lot - these guys are the real deal. Hands down the best kids music out there. If you haven't tried their music, please do. For goodness sake, it's free! Then, buy some CDs and their DVD of homemade videos.
Parent of a 6 year old Written bymadsmooney1214 September 29, 2012
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best hullabaloo

Families can talk about the song "Things Change," which addresses the childhood dilemma of sometimes feeling a little out of place. What can you do when you feel this way? This album gets to the heart of what life is like when viewed through the eyes of a child. However, the reality of life for young people today includes a great deal of technology, including Internet, TV, movies, music, and texting. How can parents be informed and involved in their child's life without being intrusive? When should kids have access to things such as the Internet and cell phones?
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