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Awards won by Jazz for Babies

As a new company we are thrilled and to have already been recognized by many of the world’s leading award bodies in the parenting/child sector. Here’s some of the highlights:


Nat ParentingNAPPA – National Parenting Publications Awards
Award Won: Honors – Category: Music

Here’s what the judges said about JFB:
“Jazz for Babies has come up with an ingenious idea for lullaby music. The CDs are stocked with gently-played acoustic renditions of well-known jazz tunes, American standards and pop hits. (like “Georgia On My Mind, “You Are My Sunshine” and “Isn’t She Lovely”) that are soothing for babies as well as frazzled parents.”
~ NPPA Music Judge, Michael Berick

*The National Parenting Publications Awards (NPPA) is one of the longest running and most respected awards programs in the world. With over 20 years of experience in the industry, they have been continuously celebrated as the “go-to” source for parents and professionals seeking the best products for their children and families.



Our Jazz for Babies 5-instrument themed set was the sole winner of the ALBUM OF THE YEAR AWARD in the Baby Album Category in Creative Child Magazine.

*Creative Child Magazine is a national bi-monthly publication that provides parents with the latest information on how to nurture their child’s creativity. With departments such as Kids at Play, Health and Safety, Discovering Creativity, Nurturing Talent and Tomorrow’s Child – Investing for Your Child’s Future Creative Child Magazine is essential and the most complete parenting publication for raising well-balanced children.






Nat parenting CenterThe National Parenting Center Seal of Approval Winner

What the judges had to say: “Jazz for Babies offers a twist on traditional “baby” music. This is not the same handful of songs, over and over, with the same kind of €œchildish sound. Parents told us that when they played this music for their babies there was a palpable feeling of peacefulness, lightness and calm that washed over both their babies and themselves as they listened.”

*The National Parenting Center is America’s leading parent advocacy organization and provides the most comprehensive and responsible parenting advice to parents everywhere. The advice provided is furnished by some of the world’s most respected authorities in the field of child rearing and development. The NPCs Seal of Approval program is an independent testing procedure conducted to judge a variety of products introduced and marketed to the parent/child consumer market.



Brain_Child_hires_goldTillywig Toy & Media Awards | Award Won: Best Audio CD

Here’s what the Judges had to say: “Having some of the most beautiful songs ever recorded at your fingertips, arranged as soothing jazz lullabies, would strike most parents as a godsend. And it is. Calm and serene can be precious commodities in households with young children, and each of the songs on the five albums in this set evokes a similar feeling of utter relaxation. Acoustic instrumentation, crystal-clear harmonies and melodies, slow, soothing tempos, and song selection all play a part in this.”



100_Best_Winner_No-Date-ColorDr. Toy’s Award for 100 Best Dr-Toy-10best_audiodvdall around Children’s Products & 10 Best Audio Products of the year.

Here’s what the Judges had to say: “An array of slow and soothing renditions of the world’s most beautiful songs are offered as part of these five remarkable albums called Jazz for Babies. Those early sounds heard by baby create a bond that lasts a lifetime. When trying to calm a fussy baby, sleep-deprived moms or dads have turned to the smooth sounds of piano, guitar, trumpet and saxophone. In each of the albums, parents hear a familiar movie tune, the latest pop song, or a classic standard – instrumentally – without lyrics. It not only mellows baby, but also serves to calm and entertain mom or dad.”






The Jazz for Babies 5 instrument-themed set makes the
“100 best gifts for babies and kids” list by the Huffington Post.






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