Photos & Fan Letters
Send Charlotte your pictures and fan letters – she might include them here for everyone to see!
Young fan enjoying his Pizza Puppet!
Young fan enjoying her Pizza Puppet!
We met you in Vernon recently… I brought my 3 kids to your show here and I wanted to let you know your music has had such a positive impact on my kids- we honestly haven’t listened to anything other than 24 Carrot Diamond since we bought it. My son is 4 and loves to sing Leave the World a Little Better which makes me so proud. Both older 2 kids are in love with 4 hugs a day- so much so that my son Luca has asked for a guitar for Christmas- when I asked him why he said so he could play Charlotte Diamond 4 Hugs a Day- Lyla can sing almost every song and loves the Each of Us in a Flower. Our baby is learning to talk and sings Hub Bub every time Hug Bug comes on. You have made a huge positive impact on our kids lives and I thank you for this.
Thank you for being so wonderful- I still remember seeing you sing in Grand Forks as a child, I am amazed how I can remember all the songs and sing along with the kids, I honestly had tears while listening to you in Vernon, you are an incredible woman and artist and I am so glad you do what you do
Tony Prophet and Charlotte at the Port Moody Family Festival – July 26, 2014
The next generation of “I am the Pizza”. Ronnie Silverstone’s daughter, Debbie, carries on the “Pizza” tradition.
Malia and Trent with “Pumpkin” and “Sky” in Spokane, Washington
Charlotte signs autographs in Fremont, CA
Charlotte Performs with Aer-Elite for Christmas at Lansdowne, Richmond, BC
Bob Wishinski and Charlotte at City Square, Vancouver, BC
Charlotte with the Clutter Bug and Spring Hug Bug at Launch Preschool in LA.
Each of us is a Flower – with Flower Hat at Launch Preschool in LA.
Looking for Dracula with the children at Launch Preschool in LA – notice the hand-made binoculars and capes made from garbage bags.
A Hug Bug Party with Nolan at Canuck Place in Vancouver, Canada.
Hope you are enjoying another glorious day! Thank you again for coming to Canuck Place and bringing smiles to all our faces. It is a very special place… Canuck Place has provided a lot of joy for our family.
Here is a photo of our “HugBug,” Nolan. We have called him “bug” since he was a teeny little thing (born just over 3lbs).
Love, laughter, health and happiness.
Anna, Gardie and Nolan
ps. We listened to the cd all morning! Thank you!
“Recently on a walk in my neighbourhood I saw an old LP of yours [Diamonds and Dragons] being used as a garden marker in a children’s garden. (Each child decorated an album to mark their plant.) Yours is for a pumpkin. The mom assures me that they have your CD so it’s recycling and you are being enjoyed by yet another generation.”
Robin Ripley, Vancouver, BC
Cassie enjoys her two Hug Bug pals, Springtime and Valentine, at the Okanagan Children’s Festival 2010 in Penticton, BC.
Charlotte and Brianna at the North Delta Bilingual Family concert
Charlotte and Brooklyn at the North Delta Bilingual Family concert
Brianna and Brooklyn getting ready to dance at Charlotte’s Concert in North Delta, BC, January 23, 2010
Charlotte and Delta students demonstrate the value of walking to school with the “Walking School Bus” (l’Autobus scolaire pédestre) 2010
Charlotte performs “La Bamba” with French Immersion Students, Delta, BC”
LAUP – Los Angeles Unified Preschools – “I’m Ready for the Puddles!”
LAUP – Los Angeles Unified Preschools – “I Have Shoes and I Can Sleep”
LAUP – Los Angeles Unified Preschools – “I Have Shoes and I Can Run!”
Ronnie Silverstone from BubbleRock performs “I am a Pizza” on stage with Charlotte at Redondo Beach Performing Arts Center, CA
Jake H. tries on Charlotte’s Fish Hat on stage at CSUN Theatre in Northridge, California. He also wants to be a ‘Pizza’ for Halloween!
William (Charlotte’s grandson) waters Nana’s flowers
Kids emulate Charlotte Diamond at a free concert in Moorpark, California.
Charlotte Diamond performs in Moorpark, California.
Children perform actions to a song at one of Charlotte Diamond’s concerts.
Brooke Madden of Simi Valley dances to the music of Charlotte Diamond.
Talia and Teagan, “I love my sister!”
Teagan chasing bubbles
Charlotte and her grandson William at the Surrey Festival
Antonio at six months love his Hug Bug (Bracitos) Valentine!
Charlotte, Adam and Elisabeth at the Vancouver Children’s Festival – May 2007
Children join in with “I am a Bubble” at Charlotte’s November concert at Lansdowne Centre, Richmond, BC. (Photograph courtesy of Mark Patrick, Richmond Review)
Great T-shirts worn by two families at Charlotte’s concert at Horizon Stage in Spruce Grove, Alberta. 10 Crunchy Carrots – Karis, I am a Pizza – Sydney, Purple Kitty – Ali, Octopus (Slippery Fish) – Mackenzie
Sophia Heirshberg and her Hug Bug “Forest”
Marin Reis of Coquitlam, BC, visits with Charlotte. Her favourite songs are “I am a Pizza,” “Octopus,” and “Splishin’ and Splashin.”
Canada Day – New Westminster, BC
BEEP BEEP! Brian – Northern California
At the Opening of the Langley Environmental School (South Carvolth Elementary) with Bryan, Chelsey and their father, Darcy Edgecombe. May 2004
Rebecca, Nelson & Hudson Shier – Easter Rabbits, Vernon, BC
“Romper’s Preschool Pizzas,” 4 year old morning class, Richmond, BC
Maddison of Victoria, BC goes “Singin’ in the Rain”
Charlotte and Andrea Meier at the Northern Canadian Children’s Festival in Prince George, BC “Singin’ in the Rain”
“Hi Charlotte. Nice to meet and spend some time with you in Prince George. I think I have listened to your tape and CD so much now that I can almost sing every line.”
A Picture from Charlotte’s visit to the Willard Library in Battle Creek, MI
Here is a picture of Nathan Thomas Grome from Camillus, New York, visiting our first web site.
“I love your songs. I know every word to your songs and I would love to be in one of your movies. I watch your videos every day. I’ve told a lot of my kindergarten (now first grade) friends all about you, and all of my family practically knows the words because I sing your songs every day… all day long…wherever I am!!!”
“I sing your songs every day. Also I listen to your tapes in my car. My Grandma and my mom like The Laundry Song because my Grandma does the laundry and she never gets rid of it.”
Ryan Grome (Nathan’s older brother)
Thanks for the great letters and pictures! C.D.