Come Walk With Me

 Come Walk With Me
 Award-winning video filmed in the mountains of Montana, includes seven of Jim’s catchy kid songs, spectacular wildlife footage, beautiful wilderness scenery, and fun action with Jim and his favorite young friends. Come take a walk with Jim and the kids. This is a fun journey into the wild country; a great introduction to hiking and wilderness for the kids.  32 minute film.
 Features these songs:

 If I Were A Tree

Manfred The Mopey Moose

Come Walk With Me

Pika, Pika

River, River, River Run

Wild Things Need Wild Places

Whole Earth Harmony

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 What others have said about Come Walk With Me:

 “Kids will enjoy singing with Jim, and be entertained by the generous animal footage. Recommended.”


— Video Librarian  May/June 1996 


“For any school or public library in need of some fun songs and excellant wildlife photography of the Rocky Mountain Region, Come Walk With Me provides 30 minutes of pleasant children, music, and animals in their natural habitats … Viewers will find themselves singing along with the captivating tunes and trying to name all the different animals that are shown … This musical hike would be perfect for scout and 4-H meetings, camps, at home viewing, and for school related activities like science and nature study.”

                                                           — Linda R. Skeele, Western Elementary School

Georgetown, KY School Library Journal, June 1996


“All technical aspects of the film are excellant: the selection and
sequencing of vignettes; the blending of music, dialogue and scenery;
the range and quality of the sound; the range and brilliance of the
color; and the editing. The film is a celebration of the wilderness and
its inhabitants, and is educational in a whimsical and entertaining way
… Ecological principles and concepts are conveyed in holistic ways. I
recommend this film highly for a variety of applications.”

— Paul H. Joslin, Emeritus, Drake University

Des Moines, IA in Science Books & Films, June/July 1996