Wendy Flower’s “Flower Power” CD creates a ‘60s musical vibe for today’s families. It contains original folk-rock songs with positive messages for young people. Themes include brotherhood, nonviolence, freedom, hope, individuality, imagination, community, activism, the environment and animal rights. Its aim is to show kids that they CAN make a difference. Part of the proceeds goes to the Free The Children organization.
Or you can order a CD directly from Wendy (signed upon request) by mailing $12 (postage included) or $15 outside of the U.S. to: Wendy Flower, P.O. Box 1805, Pacifica, Ca. 94044 or pay via PayPal, to firstname.lastname@example.org (specifying which album you are ordering)
In the ‘80s, Wendy, who has been involved in early childhood education, released a children’s music album titled “My Pet Songs.” It promoted kindness to animals.
She and her husband, screenwriter/musician Paul Freeman wrote the theme song for Project Wee Care, which helps Bay Area youths to help the homeless.
A lifelong Bay Area resident, Wendy has been a prominent children’s entertainer for many years, offering shows and workshops that promote positive values.