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Children’s music you won’t mind

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Today in Tablet Magazine, on the weekly Vox Tablet podcast parenting columnist Marjorie Ingall celebrates 2009’s best Jewish children’s songs. Josh Lambert’s look at forthcoming books of note includes an anthology that collects the work of noted early comic artist Milt Gross. And The Scroll is back after a restful weekend, so be sure to check in.

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