Grammy Award for Best Children's Album
The Grammy Award for Best Children's Album was first presented in the annual Grammy Awards ceremony in 2012.
It combined the previous categories for Best Musical Album for Children and Best Spoken Word Album for Children, which basically meant a return to the situation prior to 1994, when there was one Best Album for Children category.
The restructuring of these categories was a result of the Recording Academy's wish to decrease the list of categories and awards. According to the Academy, "[it] passed the proposal that a return to one category for all types of recordings for children, as it was from 1958-1993, would be most appropriate in this new context." 
|2014||Jennifer Gasoi for Throw a Penny in the Wishing Well|
|2013||The Okee Dokee Brothers for Can You Canoe?|
|2012||James Cravero, Gloria Domina, Kevin Mackie, Steve Pullara, and Patrick Robinson (album producers) for All About Bullies...Big and Small|
- Grammy Awards Restructuring
- "NATIONAL ACADEMY OF RECORDING ARTS & SCIENCES, INC.®; FINAL NOMINATIONS LIST" (PDF). 54th GRAMMY AWARDS. 12 February 2012. p. 29. Retrieved 18 Jun 2013.