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Pop / Rock 12/05/2008

Ralph's World D-D-Dares You N-N-Not to Devour 'Abby's Alphabet Soup'

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New York, NY. (Top40 Charts/ Shore Fire Media) - The stuttering stanzas on "Abby's Alphabet Soup," one of our favorite cuts from Ralph's World's first all-new studio album for Disney 'The Rhyming Circus' (May 20, Disney Sound), are by no means a mistake and are likely to repeat over and over again in your head well after the final note is played. And that's great news as this irresistibly catchy tune doubles as an educational phonetic adventure for young listeners.
From the very start with the A-A-A, Ralph takes listeners on an exploration of the enunciation of each letter through Z-Z-Z.

According to Ralph Covert, the Grammy-nominated children's music artist behind Ralph's World, "Abby is indeed a real girl. As she had been struggling with her letters and sounds, her mom asked if I would write a song to help her learn them.
In fact, she was eventually diagnosed with dyslexia. Apparently one in every five children have some degree of dyslexia. Now that she's getting specific help, she's reading better every day! And she got her own song out of it, too..."
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