The shark family and more
Baby Shark by John John BajetI received a free copy of this book at the Scholadtic booth at the National Book Festival today and read it while at the event.
Perhaps if I were familiar with the song or if I had a small child around with whom I could sing the song and act out the dances, I would more appreciate this book.
But I dont.
I suppose I should be thankful that this song had not insinuated itself into my brain like an earworm.
Unfortunately, I went against my best judgment and searched for the vital video online.
If I had young children, I am sure we would have listened to it many times by now, and I understand how it can be both annoying and memorable.
Maybe contagious is a better term. In fact, one of the first items that came up in my search for the song is this article from CNN that shows how one community is blaring songs like this one around facilities to deter homeless people from camping out in those locations.
I will admit that I appreciate the instructions on how to act out the various parts, but overall I did not feel like the book had any real substance.
Cute illustrations, though.
“Baby Shark”: A viral earworm for kids that is eating the world
If you thought the "Baby Shark" phenomenon was so last year, boy were you wrong — they just keep thinking of more and more ways to get the tune stuck deeper and deeper into your head, even when YouTube isn't available. First, they made singing toys. Then, they announced that a TV show with Nickelodeon is in development. According to a press release, "This one of a kind concert experience will delight fans of all ages as Baby Shark joins up with his friend Pinkfong to take an adventure into the sea, singing and dancing through new and classic songs including 'Five Little Monkeys,'Wheels on the Bus,' 'Jungle Boogie,' 'Monkey Banana Dance' and, of course, 'Baby Shark! The press release also notes that the show will be making more than stops this fall in the United States and Canada. Tickets go on sale July 16, with some pre-sales starting as early as July 9 , so start thinking of your excuses why you can't be the parent that takes the kids now. And if you want to be one of the suckers — excuse me, the lucky ones — you can find more info on babysharklive.
Sign in. Breakout star Erin Moriarty of " The Boys " explains how her newfound popularity is fueling Season 2 of the hit series. Watch now. An animated song about a shark family including daddy shark, mommy shark, brother shark, sister shark and baby shark. Performed by Freo Busker and drummer boy.
When you think of top hit-makers, you probably think of respected rappers like Jay-Z or iconic singers like Beyonce. Heck, you may even think about superstars outside that, particularly star-studded marriage. Not millions, billions. In a world of some seven billion people, that means that something like one in four people have played this particular jam on YouTube. And if I remember correctly, he did some pretty good videos. Where the fuck did this ditty of the damned come from? That is a good question.
Live Every Week Like It's (Baby) Shark Week
Sign in. Stars on the purple carpet at the Emmys decide which TV show characters would make great superheroes or supervillains , and more. Watch now. An animated song about a shark family including daddy shark, mommy shark, brother shark, sister shark and baby shark. Performed by Freo Busker and drummer boy.
See comments. In the words of comedian James Corden, every so often a song comes along that defines a generation:. Maybe you have not heard the song, but that seems impossible. Later, it broke the internet with a version that mixed animation and two loveable human kids. The video shows them dancing to the story of a shark family, K-pop style. The video has more than 2 billion views on YouTube. And then came babysharkchallenge.