Cooking Up Some Fun with New Kid's Music CD: Shake and Bake, Songs About Fitness and Food

Childhood obesity rates are reaching mammoth proportions. Parents, teachers, and medical personal are wondering what steps to take in order to fight the fat. Caroline and Danny are trying to help with their new CD about good eating habits, exercise.

Atlanta, GA, June 18, 2008 --( Caroline Figiel and Danny Jones have created a fun children's music CD, to help children learn to make healthy choices. The United States Department of Agriculture and several state health and school nutrition agencies have already given the children's music CD a big "thumbs up". Caroline and Danny's website is:

Noticing that children spend too much time in front of the TV, and video games, Caroline and Danny decided to combine their experiences as parents, educators and entertainers to create a CD to motivate children off the couch and away from the junk food. They focused their efforts on exercise, nutrition, and some good basic health habits by writing the CD for children preschool-3rd grade. The catchy music gets them moving to "edutaining" lyrics that introduce these healthy concepts. The tunes are singable so just like a commercial jingle; the message stays in children's heads.

The original songs are in various rock 'n roll and country styles. Some of the titles included are "Let's Go Shopping," "Veggie-matic," "Tummy-O," "Picky Eater", "Germ Attack." and "Can You Move Like Me?" "Shake and Bake" cooks up a buffet of fun, energetic music to get kids active, eating right and staying healthy! It is a dab of entertainment and a dash of education so that children and adults will be shaking and baking together as they enjoy the interactive songs.

Caroline and Danny, at, have been writing and performing music for children since 2001. Their music is distributed nationally. Two of their CDs have become published and recorded curriculum in the fields of character education and music. Because of their unique combination of education and entertainment, many corporate and educational conferences request them to present opening sessions on a variety of topics. Tourist attractions and museums have contracted their services to create "edutainment opportunities" for their visitors. For more information, please visit their website:

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