Kids Songs – English and Swedish Children’s Favourites


This double CD album contains some of the best known kids’ songs which are sung in both Swedish and English. Traditional arrangements of the much loved melodies sung by Kristin Hellberg. The 24- page book includes all lyrics in both languages and original and funny illustrations by Åsa Wikman.



English CD

  1. If you’re happy and you know it
  2. Father Abraham
  3. Old MacDonald
  4. My hat it has three corners
  5. Eensy weensy spider
  6. Head, shoulders, knees and toes
  7. Twinkle twinkle little star
  8. Kookaburra
  9. Baa baa black sheep
  10. Brother John
  11. Brahms’ Lullaby

Swedish CD

  1. Klappa händerna om du är riktigt glad
  2. Fader Abraham
  3. Per Olsson
  4. Min hatt den har tre kanter
  5. Imse vimse spindel
  6. Huvud, axlar, knä och tå
  7. Blinka lilla stjärna
  8. Kookaburra
  9. Bä bä vita lamm
  10. Broder Jakob
  11. Brahms vaggvisa


  1. Gabriela Q

    Great buy!

    Fantastic buy, my niece loves it and sings along in both languages after just a couple of weeks! I can really recommend it!

    Review from Amazon

  2. mummy2lily


    This should help our little girl to pick up Swedish words being able to recognise the songs from her favourite English ones, played it a few times now and seems to be liked and always puts her dancing feet on. Bit more time needed before she’s singing in Swedish though but definitely worth a buy. I like the fact that there is a little hard backed book included with the words in both English and Swedish. Only negative is the price, could be a little cheaper but if it works then hey who am I to coplain…

    Review from Amazon

  3. Rebekah Cambell

    Five Stars!

    My children love love love this!

    Review from Amazon

  4. Nicola P via Totally Swedish Facebook

    I bought 2 CDs From a Swedish shop in London. 1 of Nursery Rhymes and 1 of Christmas songs. Am now a whizz at singing “Imse Vimse Spindel” and “Rudolf med röda mulen” driving about in my Volvo 🙂 The songs lead you to investigate particular words and figure out their English equivalent…and you probably know the translation in your head already. I even set the Sat Nav into Swedish to learn directions and numbers..”in 500 metres, at the roundabout”…it helps if you listen to the instructions whilst driving a familiar route!

  5. Hollis Taylor via Amazon

    Such Cute songs, ones I learned many years ago, and now my granddaughter is going to teach them to me in Swedish, thanks to this little book and CD.

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