Mexican singer and actress Thalía is releasing a new musical project. This time around the multifaceted artist has put on an album dedicated to kids. “Viva Kids Vol. 1” is the name Thalía chose for her new musical adventure, that will feature 11 tracks, including songs and stories told by her. The album will be released March 25.

The 11 tracks are "Tema de Chupi," "Vamos a jugar," "El piojo y la pulga," "El garabato Colorado," "La risa de las vocals," "Caballo de palo," "En un bosque de la china," "Sugar rush," "Las mañanitas," "Osito carpintero" and "Estrellita," according to a press release. Not only will the songs be available, but this new material also counts with a special DVD with videos in which Thalía interacts with special cartoons created especially for this.

This is not the first time Thalía adventures in the kids’ world. She actually started out as a child actor and singer. At age nine she was part of the band Pac Man, which later changed names to “Din Din.” Once the band dissolved, she participated in talent shows and made the chorus in a child remake of “Grease” featuring famous band Timbiriche.

Eventually she ended up playing the lead role, and that led her to land a spot in Timbiriche, replacing Sasha Sokol. She also adventured into acting, earning her an award as “Best New Actress In A Telenovela” in 1988. She was 17 at the time. Although she might have drifted apart from the kids, as she and her fan base grew up, she felt incredibly close again once she became a mother.

Motherhood inspired her and Thalía released a children’s book last October. “Chupie The Binky That Returned Home” comes from the singer’s struggle when trying to get rid of her daughter’s pacifier. She turned it into a creative and sweet story that will help parents have an easier time than the one she had.

Now, with “Viva Kids Vol. 1” Thalía focuses on children again, making them jump, dance, sing, smile, play and interact in this new endeavor that promises to be fantastic. It will be on sale since March 25.