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Psalty the Singing Songbook is the anthropomorphic “big blue book” featured in the children’s music Kids’ Praise! albums. Psalty was created by Debby Kerner & Ernie Rettino, who also plays the characters of Psalty and Psaltina (and many others) on their album appearances. He and the Kids’ Praise! Kids travel around the world, singing and telling children about Jesus. Psalty has a Wife (Psaltina, played by Ernie’s wife Debby Kerner Rettino), triplets (Harmony, Melody, and Rhythm), and a dog who always hits the wrong notes (Blooper)! Other characters Psalty runs into are the fame-seeking Charity Churchmouse, the singing firefly Farley McFirefly, and of course the swindling villain, Risky Rat. There are ten Kids’ Praise! albums, each one having a different life lesson from God’s Word. For more information on the characters that appear in the series check out the wikipedia page “List of characters in the Kids’ Praise! series”

One of Psalty’s favorite sayings is, “Praise the Lord!” There haven’t been too many appearances of Psalty since the early 1990s, but on a 1995 TBN episode of Colby’s Clubhouse, Psalty makes a guest appearance in an episode that could be considered a “passing of the torch”, since Psalty had been the most visible of the characters.

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  • cadaver11

    I loved him as a child.

    4 Jun 2011 Reply
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  • mebeHB

    If you like Psalty, you should definitely check out G.T. and the Halo Express. Like Psalty, G.T. mixes stories and songs to make fun albums with substance. The best part of G.T. is that every song is straight from the Bible, so it's a great way to learn memory verses! Check it out at

    21 Nov 2008 Reply

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