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Album from Vancouver-based Slumberkins aims to strengthen family ties

Parents, kids can listen, sing together, company says

By , Columbian staff writer
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Slumberkins co-founders and CEOs Kelly Oriard, left, and Callie Christensen display some of their popular merchandise at their downtown Vancouver office in 2020.
Slumberkins co-founders and CEOs Kelly Oriard, left, and Callie Christensen display some of their popular merchandise at their downtown Vancouver office in 2020. (Amanda Cowan/The Columbian files) Photo Gallery

Slumberkins is expanding its children’s emotional wellness universe into music with the release of a music album this summer, “Together We Shine, Vol. 1.”

The Vancouver-based children’s company produces books to accompany its stuffed toys, all geared toward helping kids learn about and manage their emotions.

“As a therapist and early childhood educator, we have always known the importance and power of music when it comes to expressing and feeling emotions,” said Callie Christensen, co-founder and co-CEO of Slumberkins.

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