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William Shatner’s Whimsical Album Invites Kids into the Animal Kingdom

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Renowned actor and musician William Shatner, best known for his iconic roles on stage and screen, is stepping into a new realm with the upcoming release of his album “Where Will The Animals Sleep? Songs For Kids And Other Living Things.”

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The album, available for pre-order, promises to captivate children and adults alike with its whimsical storytelling and infectious tunes.

Collaborating with longtime guitarist for They Might Be Giants, Dan Miller, and award-winning YA novelist Rob Sharenow, Shatner lends his distinctive voice to characters from across the animal kingdom. Each track on the album brings to life a different creature, offering both entertainment and education in equal measure.

From the playful antics of elephants and termites to the mysterious world of secret agent whales, Shatner’s storytelling prowess shines through, engaging listeners of all ages. Parents searching for fresh ways to spark their children’s curiosity and appreciation for wildlife will find this album to be a delightful addition to their collection.

With track titles like “Oh My Honeyguide” and “Chomp, Chomp, Chomp,” the album promises to take young listeners on a journey through the fascinating world of animals. Whether it’s learning about the symbiotic relationship between aphids and ants or imagining the adventures of a coral sea creature, “Where Will The Animals Sleep?” offers a blend of entertainment and education that is sure to resonate with families.

Featuring a bird song symphony and tales of barnacle sailors, this album is set to become a cherished favorite for children and adults alike. With its imaginative storytelling and catchy tunes, William Shatner’s latest musical endeavor is poised to inspire a love for creatures of all shapes and sizes in listeners around the world.

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