A Little Less Noise

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Rainbow Morning Music Alternatives
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10.26 X 9.32 X 0.31 inches | 0.89 pounds
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About the Author

Barry Louis Polisar is an author, songwriter, poet, and story-teller for children who also writes songs and books for adults. He performs his songs on two different Grammy Award-winning albums and sings his song "All I Want is You" in the opening credits of the Academy Award winning movie Juno. Barry's songs are featured in television shows, feature films, and dozens of TV ads throughout the world. His books and poems have been translated into other languages and his songs have been recorded and performed by singers and musicians internationally. He has written songs for Sesame Street and The Weekly Reader and starred in a television show for children that won two Emmy awards. A five time Parents' Choice Award winner, Barry is a pioneer in the world of music for children. He has recorded and shared his songs, poems, stories, and books with audiences throughout the world and has performed at The White House, The Smithsonian, and The Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. He gives concerts and author visits in schools and performing art centers from Washington DC to Fairbanks, Alaska and was given a Special Library Recognition Award for his "ability to communicate with and excite children to read." His work has been featured on National Public Radio and written about in The Washington Post, The Boston Globe, Newsweek, and People Magazine.


"Polisar strikes at the heart of every kid's funny-bone...these odes to school, siblings, teachers and parents willcertainly appeal to Polisar fans, who will have his music ringing in their ears." - School Library Journal
"Polisar demonstrates more respect for children than just about any other artist, celebrating them as they are andencouraging them to laugh at themselves." - American Library Association
"Don't miss this one!" - The Green Bay Press Gazette, Green Bay, Wisconsin
"Barry is obviously not a grown-up. He is, in fact, proud that he has hung onto his childhood. He rememberssquabbles with his sister, having to finish everything on his plate and wondering why teachers sometimes don't liketheir students. And because he remembers, children like him." - The La Crosse Tribune, La Crosse, Wisconsin