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Eddie Douglas

A Canadian fingerpicking guitarist who was blessed in Scotland, Eddie Douglas became thinking about writing materials for kids after becoming an elementary-school instructor. Setting his preferred children’s poems to his very own music, Douglas released his initial album, Alligator Glaciers Cream — Jelly Joy!, in 2002. He spent some time working with several prominent Canadian children’s poets, including Robert Munsch, Charles Wilkins, Jo Ellen Bogart, Loris Lesynski, and Dennis Lee, the writer of Alligator Pie and previous article writer and lyricist for Jim Henson’s HBO tv program, Fraggle Rock and roll. Eddie Douglas’ follow-up record, Gonna Maintain Dancing, gained the musician a nomination for Greatest Children’s Documenting in the 2008 Juno Honours.

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