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Sheira Brayer-SONGWRITER / Press

“Music to our ears this MothersDay: "A Mother's Love" by Sheira Brayer, in memory of her grandmother. http://bit.ly/IU6OHe”

Megan Hess - Scholastic Parent & Child

“This is "A Mother's Love" by Sheira Brayer, a native of Huntington Station. A very sweet song dedicated to Sheira's Grandmother whom she never met. Find some alone time with mom, and listen to this one together. ”

“'Dittydoodle' goes for kit and caboodle LI-based kids' show aims at toddlers, their older siblings - and soon, fans nationwide Originally published: May 31, 2009 3:52 PM By VERNE GAY ......Sheira is fawnlike. Her eyes dance as she speaks, and her voice seems like a song - logical given that she and twin sister Loli (real name: Leora) have written and sung every song on the show since its inception,although neither actually performs on the show. (Pop maven Marvin Hamlisch will contribute this season, too.) "We felt," explained Rosenberg, 42, "that there was an opportunity to reintroduce family back into the equation" of toddler TV. He says there's often an older sibling who watches with toddlers, while increasingly - or at least ideally - a parent is involved, too. So dialogue and stories, says Rosenberg, embrace "a certain level of humor for young kids and older siblings so the older feels this is 'just cool enough for me to let you watch....'"”

“SISTER ACT By MARCELLE S. FISCHLER Published: May 6, 2007 THE life lessons are in the lyrics. On tone of voice: ''It's not what you say, it's how you say it,'' sing Sheira and Loli, the life-size rag-doll twins starring in ''Sheira & Loli's Dittydoodle Works,'' a television series for young children set in a magical music and art factory. On listening: ''Are you not paying attention or is it that you don't care?'' they sing. ''How can you be over here when your mind is over there?'' The characters' voices, catchy tunes and insights are those of the 42-year-old twin sisters Sheira and Leora ''Loli'' Brayer, who have written 170 songs for the program. The show was created by Cory Rosenberg, Sheira Brayer's husband and the chief executive of the 18,000-square-foot Rogar Studios here. ”

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