RhyPiBOMo 2016 Day 7 “SHAKE IT OFF” Parody by KidLitTV’s Katya Szewczuk and Laurel Nakai

 Happy Saturday!

Yes, It’s Saturday and I’m knocking on your screen door with a RhyPiBoMo Surprise!

       Today you are in for a treat!

Last year my good friend Dawn Young set the bar high with her #RhyPiBoMo Parody IT”S ALL ABOUT THAT RHYME! which is a certain earworm and a tough one to follow…So this year, I wrote the lyrics and partnered with KidLitTV’s Katya Szewczuk, Laurel Nakai and  KidLitTV Founder Julie Gribble who put together



 Welcome KidLitTV Founder Julie Gribble and

Musician Laurel Nakai, Artist Katya  Szewczuk

performing the #RhyPiBoMo “SHAKE IT OFF” Parody!

 Julie Gribble Headshot with scarf   KidLit TV logo - new

Founder of KIDLITTV Julie Gribble

Katya-Szewczuk headshot

Laurel Nakai Headshot

 I give you the “SHAKE IT OFF” Parody

originally sung and performed by the amazing Taylor Swift and

re-performed by Laurel, Kat and Junior KidLitTV Reviewer Rosie Ciuba!

The “SHAKE-IT-OFF” Parody




Thank You Laurel, Katya, Rosie, Julie

and KidLitTV!

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62 thoughts on “RhyPiBOMo 2016 Day 7 “SHAKE IT OFF” Parody by KidLitTV’s Katya Szewczuk and Laurel Nakai

  1. Melinda Kinsman – I only just got chance to watch this. Great fun! Well done Kidlit TV, and well done Angie! (I’ve no spotted a few more Kidlit TV episodes with some great read alouds of rhyming PBs too!) 😊❤️🌟🌟

  2. Such fun and energy! I’ve been keeping an eye out for books that use the format of old songs as their core. I guess any song the resonates with you would be a great place to start.

  3. Linda Hofke

    I love paradies and have written a few. In fact, my friend and I did that all the time as children. We still remember the words to those childhood paradies.

    AND one of my works in progress uses a parody.

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