dannyolbb wrote:JTWood wrote:And the apostrophe goes after 'childrens.'
No, it doesn't. An easy way to remember where the apostrophe goes is that the word before the apostrophe has to be a real word. You would never say "Look at those childrens." Childrens isn't a word. So the apostrophe goes after [before] the s.
And as for the original poster's question, I'd suggest some Cat Stevens for the young kids. It's inspirational and sweet. A lot of it is all about being who you want to be.