Our album of songs for use in primary education is now available in all major music stores!
Check out the album via the links below!
Also check out our new initiative for learning in the home - e-leader
Check out this video for 'Dragon Lullaby' by awesome puppeteer, Emma Boor!
The Snazzy Badgers, Adam Guillain and Greg Hooper, are based near Oxford, where they write and record jingles, book trailers and theme songs for all children’s entertainment platforms. They were first thrown together in 2014, when they collaborated on the Slurping Song to support live performances of Spaghetti with the Yeti (Egmont) by Adam and Charlotte Guillain and illustrated by Lee Wildish. They have since gone on to produce a wide variety of songs and tracks to support Guillain & Guillain publications such as Molly’s Magic Wardrobe (Egmont) illustrated by Garry Parsons, Gremlins (Egmont), illustrated by Chris Chatterton and The Comet Street Kids (Rising Stars/Hachette) illustrated by Gareth Conway.
Comet Street Kids
World Book DaY
"Lost In A Good Book (A song for World Book Day)" by Snazzy Badgers, featuring children from Wood Farm Primary School!
You can find "Lost In A Good Book (A Song for World Book Day)" on iTunes, Spotify and more!
For those interested in a free Piano & Vocal score + backing track to sing along to, please get in touch via firstname.lastname@example.org
Greg Hooper is a composer, music producer and multi-instrumentalist. His impressive credits as an orchestrator include sessions at Abbey Road and Angel Studios for the BBC, ITV and Disney. In addition to writing and producing songs for the Snazzy Badgers, Greg has arranged songs as e-learning game levels for Yousician, and toured the UK as a performer. You can find out more about Greg on his website.
Adam is co-author of the best-selling and award-winning children’s book series George’s Amazing Adventures with his wife, Charlotte. His books sell all over the world and feature regularly on the CBeebies Bedtime hour. You can find out more about Adam and Charlotte’s work on their website.