New book by Dr Anita Collins – The Lullaby Effect – lifting the lid on early years music research

Early years research, demystified for parents by Anita Collins – here’s our review of her latest book:

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If, like me, you find that it’s a constant battle to make sense of all the recent claims for the benefits of music making and learning in early years, then a brilliant new book by my colleague and friend Anita Collins – The Lullaby Effect – will be a welcome relief.

It’s not very often that I get a book in the post and read it all within hours, but today I did just that – which just shows what a great read it is. I’m posting this review just a few hours later.

About Anita

Anita Collins is an Australian music educator, known to many of us here in the UK music education and community music sector through her TED Ed animated film and TEDx talk: How playing and instrument benefits the brain and What if every child had access to music education from birth. These have been…

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