The National Academy of Recording Arts and Science has just announced this year's nominees for The 2017 Grammy Award for Best Children's Album, an honor presented since 2012 to recording artists for works containing quality performances aimed at kids.
This year's list of nominees includes:
Two of the five nominated albums—Explorer of the World and Saddle Up—were produced, recorded, and engineered by Dean Jones, who took home the Grammy back in 2013 for his work on the Okee Dokee Brothers' Can You Canoe?
"It's pretty cool," he told the Poughkeepsie Journal. "It feels good that people like what I've been working on, what I do—and more people will hear it. That's definitely the best thing about it."
Winners of the 59th annual Grammy Awards will be announced on February 12 at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, with The Late, Late Show's James Corden taking on host duties.
Check out the full list of nominees—Adele! Beyonce! Kelly Clarkson!—over at Grammy.com.