The Life of a Children’s Troubadour, by Raffi, Homeland Press, 2000. Raffi traces his upbringing in an Armenian family of artistic renown through his rise as a children’s entertainer and advocate.
Let’s Play, Rounder Records, 2002. Raffi’s first album of new music in seven years includes “It Takes a Village,” a celebration of Jane Goodall’s work with chimpanzees called “Jane Jane” and tried-and-true fare such as “Eensy Weensy Spider” and “If You’re Happy and You Know It.”
Raffi’s Christmas Album, Rounder Records, 2002. This re-release of Raffi’s sole holiday album includes a new song, “A Child’s Gift of Love.”
Raffi in Concert, Rounder Records, 2002. Includes three concert performances spanning two decades of Raffi’s singable songs.
Raffinews.com – This meeting ground for everything Raffi includes his “Covenant for Honoring Children” and up-to-date news about his work, concert appearances and products.
Turn This World Around features free MP3s of Raffi’s song for Nelson Mandela, “Turn This World Around,” and his peace song for the children of