The history and spirit of the enslaved African remain alive in the songs and storytelling that have been passed down through word of mouth for generations. The music of the spiritual song, plantation songs and folklore, children's songs and games, blues, jazz, gospel and freedom songs is the key to unlocking true understanding of African American culture and the role it has played in the history of America. Walking in the Light of Freedom will serve as a major resource series with its chronological history of songs, speech and rhythmic activities, stories and commentaries that have been designed to appeal to people of all ages. Volume III songs include: All Around The Kitchen, Bluebird, Circle Round The Zero, Draw Me A Bucket Of Water, Hambone, Head And Shoulders Baby, Miss Mary Mack, Riding In A Buggy, That's A Mighty Pretty Motion, There's A Little Wheel A Turnin', Way Down Yonder In The Brickyard, Frog Went A-Courtin', Go In And Out The Window, I Bought Me A Cat, Run Children Run, Shoo Fly Don't Bother Me, Wake Me! Shake Me! and 39 more. For all ages.