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Wrocław Artists Team Up To Make English Songbook For Children

Wrocław based musicians have once again combined to produce a fun book with songs that help children learn English.

'You can Sing in English too' is the 4th book to be published by local writer and radio presenter Terry Clark-Ward. It is the sequel to the popular title ‘I can sing in English’ for 2-5 year olds, which is aimed at teaching 25 key words of English through original, catchy compositions in a fun and easy to use format.

The follow up utilises a different formula however. It focuses on the world of 5-8 year old children as their experiences and understanding of what is around them begins to take on newly found meaning.

There are 20 songs that incorporate a wide spectrum of musical styles including: pop, rock, jazz, blues, bossa nova, punk, grunge and funk.

To make the songs, Terry teamed up with talented local artists including: vocalists Adrianna Styrcz, Katarzyna Pakowska and Samuel Alty as well as Mikromusic bass player Robert Szydło.

The book is divided into three stages of difficulty and represents four categories of experience: ability, home, vocabulary and adventure. It comes complete with a CD but also provides the option of downloading the songs with a special code given in each copy of the book.

Priced at 24.90zł, 'You can Sing in English too' is available on Friday at all good books shops including Empik. You can also find it online on the Poltext website, where it is possible to buy a few złoty cheaper.

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Gregor Gowans

The founder and editor of Wroclaw Uncut, Gregor has been running the website since its inception in 2012. A Wroclawian for almost 10 years, Gregor writes on a wide variety of topics including, food & drink, nightlife, local news and politics. He is also a regular guest on Radio Ram's Sunday lunch programme.

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