Austin singer-songwriter Sara Hickman has evolved into a popular children’s performer, and her DVD “Big Bird Little Bird” is designed for toddlers and preschoolers, with animated videos that match each of the songs. As a bonus, Hickman also offers parenting tips.
Using a remarkable talent that is normally marketed to older listeners, Texas State Musician Sara Hickman has produced a video album for children that will strike a range of chords in everyone listening to her resonant voice. The songs are about love,…
Big Bird, Little Bird, Sleeveless, 2010; 35 min.; $14.99; http://www.sarahickman.com; ages 0 to 5.
Using a remarkable talent that is normally marketed to older listeners, Texas State Musician
Sara Hickman has produced a video album for children that will strike a range of chords…
UNT alum finds upside to a packed schedule, pops across Texas as musical ambassador
By Lucinda Breeding / Features Editor
Ever since Sara Hickman was named Texas’ official state musician — a torch that passed to her from Willie Nelson — life has been…
By Kristin Mears, Dallas/Fort Worth Star Telegram
Wednesday, July 7, 2010
Big Bird, Little Bird: Animated Songs for Wee Ones and Parenting Tips From Sara
by Sara Hickman
Animation running time: 34 min.
Parenting tips running time: 20 min.
Ages: children 2-5 and their parents
What it’s about:…
Review: DVDs for Road Trips
Sara Hickman’s Big Bird, Little Bird is basically her Newborn CD in DVD form. From a purely production standpoint, this is probably the highest quality disk reviewed here. Simply (and stylishly) animated in form, the videos are a…
Este material que contiene trece canciones para niños recién nacidos o muy pequeños, está enlazado con dulces animaciones y la suave y encantadora voz de Sara Hickman. Una experiencia relajante y enriquecedora para disfrutar en familia, con el complemento de útiles consejos…
Big Bird, Little Bird – charming DVD for little ones!
It put me to sleep…..and not because it was boring. I’m talking about the new DVD released last week, Big Bird, Little Bird. Essentially this is a CD on DVD…. a beautiful…
By Scott Iwasaki
Published: Thursday, June 10, 2010 3:00 p.m. MDT
There are times when a parent will write a few songs for a child and the songs turn out cheesy, forced or just plain patronizing.
However, there are times when the songs work.
By Miss Bob Etier
Don’t tell my daughter, but when her daughter was young I would sometimes put the VCR on “repeat” and play the same video into the night, trying to get her to sleep. Using the television’s sleep timer, I was…