New Children’s Song Available July 13, 2020
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Las Vegas, Nevada – July 6, 2020 – Children’s book author Patrick Adams was inspired by not only his family, but one of his children’s book series to pen a new song destined to be a children’s classic, “Rhythm’s World,” available July 13, 2020.
“Rhythm’s World” was inspired by his book series of the same name, which focuses on a young girl named Rhythm who teaches young readers about a multitude of subjects including music, traveling, family, food, and many more. The series has over a dozen planned titles, and a handful already out now for young readers to enjoy. Now they can attach a wonderful, upbeat tune to their favorite new book series with the July 2020 release of the latest single from Patrick Adams.
When children sing along to “Rhythm’s World,” they’ll not only be celebrating the beloved book character but Adams’ real-life daughter who served as the initial inspiration for the series. Rhythm was born premature and almost didn’t make it out of the hospital. Several months later she was diagnosed with Epilepsy and Infantile Spasms after suffering terrible seizures. They found out later that she also had PVL, which led to the development of cerebral palsy. Patrick Adams started writing these books about the hopes he had for his daughter’s future; the adventures she may one day be able to have. Now there’s a kid’s tune that parents can enjoy too to go along with the series.
Patrick Adams’ ‘Rhythm’s World’ series sits alongside his other series, ‘Amazing Lisa’ – for which his debut single, “Amazing Lisa Rocks!” in 2018 spawned from.
Those interested in adding new children’s music to their playlists, featuring “Rhythm’s World” on their site, or interviewing Patrick Adams for their site, podcast, or radio show can reach out via the information provided below.
For more information on Patrick Adams, please visit: https://patrickadams.hearnow.com/rhythmsworld
Official Site: http://www.patrickadamsbooks.com
Rhythm Miracles: http://rhythmsmiracles.blogspot.com
This article first appeared on ArtistPR.com Press Release