Peter, Paul and Mommy

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Peter, Paul and Mommy
Studio album by
GenreChildren, folk
LabelWarner Bros.-Seven Arts
ProducerMilton Okun
Peter, Paul and Mary chronology
Late Again
Peter, Paul and Mommy
The Best of Peter, Paul and Mary: Ten Years Together
Singles from Peter, Paul and Mommy
  1. "Day is Done"
    Released: March 24, 1969
Professional ratings
Review scores
Allmusic3/5 stars[1]

Peter, Paul and Mommy, released on Warner Bros. in 1969, is the trio Peter, Paul and Mary's first children's album. It contains hits like "Puff the Magic Dragon" among others. The single, "Day is Done", reached number 7 on the Easy Listening chart and number 21 on the Pop Singles chart.

At the Grammy Awards of 1970, Peter, Paul and Mommy won the Grammy Award for Best Album for Children.

Track listing[edit]

Side one - Toy Side[edit]

  1. "The Marvelous Toy" (Tom Paxton) Cherry Lane Music, Inc. ASCAP
  2. "Day Is Done" (Peter Yarrow)
  3. "Leatherwing Bat" (Adapted & Arranged by Yarrow, Stookey)
  4. "I Have A Song To Sing, O!" (Gilbert & Sullivan, from "Yeomen of the Guard," Adapted & Arranged by Yarrow, Travers, Stookey, Okun)
  5. "All Through The Night" (Adapted & Arranged by Yarrow, Stookey, Travers)
  6. "It's Raining" (Adapted & Arranged by Stookey, Yarrow, Chandler)

Side two - Zoo Side[edit]

  1. [Going to the Zoo" (Tom Paxton) Cherry Lane Music, Inc. ASCAP
  2. "Boa Constrictor" (Shel Silverstein) Tro-Hollis Music, Inc. BMI
  3. "Make-Believe Town" (Yarrow, Elaina Mezzetti)
  4. "Mockingbird" (Adapted & Arranged by Travers, Stookey, Yarrow)
  5. "Christmas Dinner" (Paul Stookey)
  6. "Puff (The Magic Dragon)" (Lenny Lipton, Yarrow)

All songs published by Pepamar Music Corp. ASCAP except as indicated.


  • Produced by Milton Okun
  • Musical Director: Milton Okun
  • Assisting Instrumentalists: Russell Savakus, Paul Prestopino
  • Associate Producer: Phil Ramone
  • Engineers: Don Hahn, Phil Ramone
  • Front Cover Photo: Allen Vogel
  • Cover Design: Milton Glaser
  • Back Cover Photo: Victor Lassiter
  • Children Appear Through The Courtesy Of: The Nursery School, Westchester Ethical Society
  • Direction: Ken Fritz Management, Los Angeles

Chart positions[edit]

Year Chart Position
1969 Billboard Pop albums 12