Kenny Loggins' remarkable career spans four decades and has brought him from the top of the charts to the Grammys. He's had smash hits on Hollywood's favorite soundtracks, rocked worldwide stages, and found his way into children's hearts while bringing his soulful, beautiful voice to platinum albums in a stunning variety of genres. His gift for crafting deeply emotional music is unparalleled, and it's been a part of his life as long as he can remember. Although Loggins has 12 platinum albums, a pair of Grammys, and hits on almost all the Billboard charts under his belt, he's far from done. With more Blue Sky Riders (his newest project) tunes in the works, he's still looking forward to what's next. "I've been lucky that I love what I do and I get to keep doing it," he says. Loggins has a newsletter and is active on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook with many thousands of followers. Illustrator Tim Bowers has created memorable art for over thirty-five children's books, including The New York Times bestsellers, Dream Big, Little Pig! written by Kristi Yamaguchi and Dinosaur Pet by Neil Sedaka and Marc Sedaka. His work has been published in children's magazines, his illustrations have been used on a wide variety of products and his characters have appeared on hundreds of greeting cards. Bowers and his wife live in central Ohio. They are the parents of four grown children and are proud grandparents.
People Magazine Pick! This time, it's cheeky zoo animals who break out and dance. Inspired by his first grandchild, Loggins rewrote his 1984 hit song's lyrics for this charming book and CD. People Magazine "A natural fit for kids. Irrepressibly bouncy with slingshotting verses and a shout-worthy chorus" Booklist "full-bleed double-page spreads are appropriately kinetic and playful... 'Slip on your dancin' shoes,' indeed." Kirkus Reviews "Loggins invites readers to 'slip on their dancin' shoes' and join a rowdy cast of animals who show off several dancing styles...a fun way for parents and grandparents to 'cut footloose' with a new generation." Publishers Weekly