Toddler's Next Steps - Toddler's Next Steps: Going to the Zoo mp3 downloadPerformer: Toddler's Next Steps
Title: Toddler's Next Steps: Going to the Zoo
Released: April 9, 2002
Size MP3 version: 1294 mb
Size FLAC version: 1589 mb
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Toddler's Next Steps - Toddler's Next Steps: Going to the Zoo mp3 download
Toddler gets rescued after being swept away on an airport luggage conveyor belt at the at the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport.
Next, we saw a Rhinoceros with her little baby Rhino. What an amazing zoo animal mother. After that we made a long trek to see a huge Asian Elephant. Next, we went to the large cat area and found an amazing Tiger. We made a tiger video and moved on. What a gorgeous creature though. Next we found a sleeping Lion. Lions are awesome animals!
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|1||Going to the Zoo||Toddler's Next Steps feat: Sharon, Lois & Bram||3:56|
|2||Horsey, Horsey||Toddler's Next Steps feat: Sharon, Lois & Bram||1:19|
|3||Cleanest Little Piggy||Toddler's Next Steps feat: Sandra Beech||2:39|
|4||Alligator Stomp Jack Grunsky||Toddler's Next Steps feat: Jack Grunsky||2:32|
|5||I Got a Horse||Toddler's Next Steps feat: Al Simmons||2:45|
|6||My Friend Is a Cow||Toddler's Next Steps feat: Bob King||3:25|
|7||The Fox Traditional||Toddler's Next Steps feat: Fred Penner||2:28|
|8||Baa Baa Black Sheep||Toddler's Next Steps feat: Bob McGrath||0:58|
|9||Dinosaur Swing Allan Bradley / Mark Plati / Eileen Reid / Kristian Rex||Toddler's Next Steps feat: Bob McGrath||4:31|
|10||One Elephant||Toddler's Next Steps feat: Sharon, Lois & Bram||2:38|
|11||Never Smile at a Crocodile Oliver Wallace||Toddler's Next Steps feat: Fred Penner||2:57|
|12||Little Fishies||Toddler's Next Steps feat: Al Simmons||1:49|
|13||Spider Dan||Toddler's Next Steps feat: Norman Foote||4:02|
|14||Eaten by an Elephant||Toddler's Next Steps feat: Bob King||2:09|
|15||Otto the Hippo Fred Penner||Toddler's Next Steps feat: Fred Penner||2:32|
|16||Simon Smith & His Amazing Dancing Bear||Toddler's Next Steps feat: Norman Foote||2:12|
|17||A Family of Ducks||Toddler's Next Steps feat: Jack Grunsky||1:10|
|18||Sarah the Whale Traditional||Toddler's Next Steps feat: Sharon, Lois & Bram||2:51|
|19||The Woodpecker Song Harold Adamson / Eldo di Lazzaro||Toddler's Next Steps feat: Al Simmons||2:01|
|20||Alison's Camel||Toddler's Next Steps feat: Sharon, Lois & Bram||1:20|
CreditsHarold Adamson - Composer
Sandra Beech - Performer, Primary Artist
Allan Bradley - Composer
Norman Foote - Performer, Primary Artist
Jack Grunsky - Composer, Performer, Primary Artist
Bob King - Primary Artist
Eldo di Lazzaro - Composer
Bob McGrath - Performer, Primary Artist
Fred Penner - Composer, Performer, Primary Artist
Mark Plati - Composer
Eileen Reid - Composer
Kristian Rex - Composer
Sharon, Lois & Bram - Primary Artist
Al Simmons - Performer, Primary Artist
Toddler's Next Steps - Primary Artist
Traditional - Composer
Oliver Wallace - Composer