Alligators all around

United States, 1976

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Carole King and Maurice Sendak combine to give a light-hearted alphabet song starring an alligator. An animated family of alligators clowns its way from “Alligators all around” to “Zippity Zound”. From the book “Really Rosie” by Maurice Sendak. Music composed and performed by Carole King. Suitable for lower primary level

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Sheldon Riss

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Weston Woods Studios


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