Supporters of Dream Wonderland receive three signed first edition CDs of the album, three A3 posters, a quality canvas tote bag, and a Diddy the Elephant pillow and kids t-shirt. Their package also includes free shipping within Australia. The Dream Wonderland album is out on March 29. A pre-order will be shipped to supporters on May 9. To order, visit the website or join the mailing list.
Tracey grew up in a small town in New Zealand. She spent many years in Wellington, working as a broadcaster and performer. In recent years, she has spent much of her time in Sydney, traveling and acting in theatre productions for children. She still works in the documentary and transcription fields, and she has a two-year-old daughter, Audrey. She manages the sales and marketing for Dream Wonderland.
The song was originally created by a mother who does her life with for her young children. A series of illustrations and soothing music were meant to relax children before bedtime and reduce caregiver stress. Though it was originally created for babies, it has proven to be beneficial for children up to 13 years of age. Parents will also find it helpful to help their children fall asleep. The song is one of the most popular children’s songs. It is perfect for lullabies and sweet, mellow days.
Tracey grew up in a small town in New Zealand, and spent the last twelve years living and working mostly in Sydney. She and her family recently returned to the NZ coast where she can relax. She’s enjoying acting in children’s theatre while working in the documentary and transcription fields. She is also the mother of two-year-old Audrey. She is responsible for the sales and marketing of Dream Wonderland.
The theme of Wonderland is red, dark, and psychedelic. The children are surrounded by mad people and creatures. The world is surreal and takes away from the people who inhabit it. The first “Alice” likely contributed to the red and dark theme. A second “Alice” later contributed to randomness. A third contributes to the Queen of Hearts. As a parent, you can use the song to calm your child before bed.
After a dream, the Dreamland Dream comes to life and becomes a sentient, living dream. It uses humans to create the world and wants to live forever. The Dream came to life when a person from the future, unknowing or otherwise, had a dream about it. The author of the book tells us that it was a sentient being and that the dreamer had no memory of the experience.
As an author, Tracey’s goal is to create a magical world for her children to relax and to make the process of sleep more peaceful. She has a background in audio, film, and photography. She has a knack for bringing dreams to life with music. If your child doesn’t like to sleep alone, she’ll need you to read a story to help her get to sleep. She’ll need someone to play with her and you’ll be ready to sing together.
Unlike other dream songs, this one was not created in a dream. The creator of Dream Wonderland was inspired by the experience of her newborn daughter. Rather than merely reading a story about the characters in the story, she read a story about a dreamy world that seemed to be alive. She wanted to live forever, and so she used human beings to create the world. In this way, she could continue to grow and be more herself while simultaneously reducing the stress of her caregivers.
Fortunately, Dream Wonderland has been a great source of comfort for parents for many years. Initially created by a mother for her newborn son, it has become an effective tool for soothing young children before they go to sleep. It has also proven to be an excellent way to relax both the caregiver and the child. So, listen to the song to help your child feel relaxed and at ease. It will help them fall asleep and stay asleep.
The story follows a young child called Dreamer who journeys through the dream world with his favorite toy, Diddy the elephant. Along the way, he meets other friends, including Teddy, Babbitt the rabbit, Chanter the Fairy, and Corniyou the Unicorn. Eventually, the two find their lost friend, and return safely to their bedroom. While the story is not a sad one, it is nonetheless a sweet and enchanting tale.