Sesame Street Books :
Board Books


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Animal Alphabet

(Board Book)

By Christopher Moroney
Elmo and Ernie take a trip through the alphabet by introducing a menagerie of animals, one for each of the 26 letters, with illustrations in a bright, graphic cut-paper style.

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Elmo goes through the zoo to name all the animals that begin with each letter of the alphabet. Pictures are bright and colorful. Animal names are written in blue for emphasis. Adorable bubble quotes further engage children in the story. A superb book to reinforce the alphabet to children.

Lori's Description


1, 2, 3 Count with Me

By Naomi Kleinberg
Elmo and Ernie count zoo animals from 1 to 10. Starting with 1 elephant, 2 tigers, 3 penguins, and so on, the animals proceed across the pages and come together in a final spread crowded with a colorful cast of creatures–with plenty of fur and feathers for all!

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Elmo wants to count all the animals, so Ernie and Elmo count all the animals in the zoo. The bright pictures encourage children to count along. Bubble quotes further engage children. Overall, an excellent book to reinforce counting concepts to children.

Lori's Description


Lots of Opposites: All About Opposites

(Board Book)

By Christy Webster
Elmo, Grover, Big Bird, and all the Sesame Street folk pitch in to demonstrate lots and lots of opposites. From open/close and near/far to dark/light and dry/wet, and many more in between, here is a rollicking introduction to an important concept for toddlers. This sturdy board book with padded covers is the perfect size for young children yet big enough to offer plenty of room on the pages for engaging text and illustrations.

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Color Carnival

(Board Book)

By Christy Webster
Romp through every color of the rainbow and many more, as Elmo and friends visit a very colorful carnival. They call out many colors and also invite toddlers to find and name others that aren’t mentioned, making this color-filled padded board book both fun to read and an interactive experience as well.

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What Shape is a Grape?

(Board Book)

By Christy Webster
Elmo, Grover, Zoe and their Sesame Street friends learn all about shapes while having a picnic in the park. As they invite toddlers to help them identify circles, squares, rectangles, triangles, and more, they (and the reader) realize that the world around them is filled with every shape imaginable—all it takes to find them is a little bit of looking. Less common shapes such as octagons and rhombuses are defined in simple terms.

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Elmo's Ducky Day

(Board Book)

By Naomi Kleinberg
One spring day, Elmo discovers a nestful of hatching eggs. The newborn ducklings think that Elmo is their mother, and when Elmo goes in search of the mother duck, the babies follow him all over town. When they find their real mother, the ducklings aren’t sure what to do until Elmo cleverly solves the problem. Here’s a humorous story with a gentle lesson about creative problem-solving.

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Elmo Says

(Board Book)

By Sarah Albee
Elmo and his friends play a variation of everyone’s favorite game, “Simon Says.” This one, called “Elmo Says,” is just like the original, except that a furry little red monster leads the action. Kids and adults can read and join in the play—they just have to be careful to listen for those magic words: Elmo says!

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Baby Faces

(Sesame Beginnings Board Book, Level 1)

By Wendy Cheyette Lewison
As part of their earliest development, babies learn to focus on the faces around them and, eventually, to connect facial expressions with emotions. Imitation of facial expressions is also part of early child development. Here’s a gallery of big, bold, bright Sesame Street Muppet faces–each showing a different expression. A mylar mirror at the end encourages baby to make faces too.The text is big and bold against a tone-on-tone patterned background. Mylar is used throughout to accent the artwork.

Level 1 Books are geared towards Birth - 6 Months

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Baby Faces is an excellent book to introduce babies to books and reading. The book features simple, closeups of characters' faces. Opposite each face is a simple two-word phrase to explain what each character is feeling (ie, "boo-boo" for a sad Elmo wearing a bandage). The final spread, "Baby Try", has a mylar mirror, which can help attract the attention of younger babies and encourage experimentation with facial expressions in older babies. Pictures are large, bright, and generally two-tone, which makes the book perfect for young babies' limited vision. Although the age range recommended by the publisher is birth-6 months, I would say that most parents can realistically hold off on this book until 2-3 months.

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Clang-Clang! Bang-Bang!

(Sesame Beginnings Board Book, Level 1)

By Wendy Cheyette Lewison
This book offers sing-song rhyming text using many of a baby's first words and shows the Sesame Street Babies engaged in activities related to those words. The book's special feature is a rattle in the back that adds sound effects that will attract and hold baby's attention.

Level 1 Books are geared towards Birth - 6 Months

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Clang-Clang! Bang-Bang! continues the wonderful "Sesame Beginnings" series. This book shows the Sesame Street characters playing and intearacting with animals. Each spread offers rhyming text using simple language to help babies learn to associate the activity or animal with each phrase (i.e., "Moo Moo" when playing with a cow, "Choo Choo" when playing with a train). Pictures are bright and colorful, and the book includes a rattle that appears on each page to help keep babies' attention. Parents can shake the rattle in simple rhythms to help babies understand the rhythmic nature of language. Although the age range recommended by the publisher is birth-6 months, I would say that most parents can realistically hold off on this book until 2-3 months.

Lori's Description


Cookie Kisses

(Sesame Beginnings Board Book, Level 1)

By Abigail Tabby
What could Baby Cookie Monster love more than cookies? His mommy’s kisses—that’s what! This Sesame Beginnings title includes a touch-and-feel surprise at the end.

Level 1 Books are geared towards Birth - 6 Months

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Cookie Kisses continues the wonderful "Sesame Beginnings" series. In this book, Cookie Monster shows how his Mommy's kisses are the highlight of his day. The book features small "lips" throughout the pages, encouraging parents and children to kiss the book. The final spread features a soft blanket for babies to touch. A good book for parents to use to help interact with babies. Although the age range recommended by the publisher is birth-6 months, I would say that most parents can realistically hold off on this book until 3-4 months.

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Peekaboo! I See You!

(Sesame Beginnings Board Book, Level 2)

By Wendy Cheyette Lewison
In the first year, one of a baby’s developmental milestones is mastering the imitation of others and learning to play simple games. The hands-down favorite at this age is Peekaboo, and this flap book offers babies an interactive game of Peekaboo. Each spread features a close-up of a Sesame Street Muppet hiding behind sturdy, hand-shaped flaps that open to reveal the character’s full face. Simple rhyming text offers clues to help a very young child identify the character before opening the flaps.

Level 2 Books are geared towards 6 - 12 Months

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Peekaboo! I See You! continues the wonderful "Sesame Beginnings" series. In this entry, Sesame Street characters are shown with their "hands" covering their face. Simple text encourages children to lift the sturdy flaps to reveal the characters' faces. Each time children lift the flap, they see "Peekaboo, __. I See You." This book begins to use short sentences to help children understand the basics of language. Children will love to interact with the book and lift the flaps to reveal the familiar faces.

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So Big!

(Sesame Beginnings Board Book, Level 2)

By Anna Jane Hays
This book is based on the familiar game So Big or How Bigis Baby? It uses repetition and imitation with a triumphant finale in which the parent and child answer the question "how big is baby?" by announcing : Sooooo big! The book features Baby Elmo and a big pop-up of Elmo with his arms spread wide across two pages at the end.

Level 2 Books are geared towards 6 - 12 Months

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So Big! continues the wonderful "Sesame Beginnings" series. In this book, Elmo uses the popular "So Big" game to demonstrate all the things he (and the readers) are able to do. He can touch his toes, he can take a bite, he can stand up tall, he can say "Ma-ma-ma" and "Da-da-da", and he can wave goodbye. The final spread of the book features a pop-up Elmo saying "Baby Elmo is sooo big!". So Big! does a great job engaging children by relating Elmo's accomplishments to the popular game. Pictures are simple, bright, and colorful and help children improve their vocabulary by showing Elmo perform the activities referred to by the text. An excellent addition to a child's library.

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Hello! Good-Bye!

(Sesame Beginnings Board Book, Level 3)

By Abigail Tabby
In this board book with two stories in one, Baby Ernie says “hello” to all the things he sees. Halfway through there is a note to turn the book upside down and continue reading the second story. Now Ernie says “good-bye”–until it’s time to say hello again! Rhymed text and big, bold, bright illustrations add to the appeal.

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Hello! Good-Bye! continues the wonderful "Sesame Beginnings" series. In this book, Baby Ernie wakes up and eagerly says "hello" to everybody (and everything) that he meets. Midway through the book, readers are told to flip over the book, where they are greeted by a second story. This time, Baby Ernie is getting ready for bed and says "good-bye" to everything he sees. Pictures are simple, bright, and colorful and help children improve their vocabulary by showing the objects referred to by the text. Children will delight in flipping the book over and over to get a new story each time. An excellent addition to a child's library.

Lori's Description


Cookie See! Cookie Do!

(Sesame Beginnings Board Book)

By Anna Jane Hays
During the second year, babies master basic physical actions such as standing, sitting, and reaching; imitation plays a big part in this learning. Each spread of this gatefold book presents characters demonstrating simple actions. Rhyming text encourages the child to try as well.

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The Sesame Street baby Muppets know just how it is to be a 12 to 18 month old. Nothing is more fun than copying the movements and gestures of other people. So when Elmo says, "Touch your nose. Touch your toes," tots will be tickled to join Cookie Monster and Grover: "Cookie see, Cookie do! Grover, too. So can YOU!" Sesame Beginnings is an entertaining, developmentally sequenced board book series that provides building blocks to literacy and learning. Toddlers will love turning the sturdy pages of the brightly colorful Cookie See! Cookie Do!, flipping back the foldout in every spread to see Cookie Monster and other familiar characters demonstrating the activities Elmo introduces: jumping up and down, reaching up high, standing up tall, and giving hugs. Don't miss Pat-a-Cake, Baby Faces, or any of the other titles in this adorable series. (12 to 18 months)

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Cookie See! Cookie Do! is another example of why nobody can quite match Sesame Street when it comes to engaging children. This board book features Elmo performing simple activities and the other Sesame Street characters imitating his activities. Children will love to first lift the study flaps, and then to imitate Elmo as well. An excellent choice to help toddlers with language comprehension and physical movements.

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Pat-A-Cake and Other First Baby Games

(Sesame Beginnings Board Book)

By Tom Brannon
As they approach their second birthday, many children begin to enjoy playing classic baby games such as This Little Piggy, Pat-a-Cake, and Head, Shoulders, Knees, and Toes. And who better to teach these rhymes and games than the Sesame Street gang? Throughout this big square board book, baby Bert and Ernie, Cookie Monster, and Big Bird help toddlers learn the hand gestures and words to a dozen familiar games. Parents or teachers can guide their charges, using the smaller print under each verse. ("Gently clap baby's hands together. Roll baby's hands, pat them, then trace a large B on baby's front. Point at baby, then at yourself.") The Sesame Beginnings series (Cookie See! Cookie Do!, etc.) is a cute, fun way to help children from birth to 36 months attain important developmental milestones, such as hand-eye coordination and gross motor skills. (18 to 24 months)

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Pat-a-Cake is unique among the Sesame Beginnings books because it doesn't attempt to tell a story at all. Instead, it is a collection of rhymes and hand games, ranging from the classic "Pat-a-Cake" and "Head Shoulders, Knees and Toes" to the less familiar "Open, Shut Them". Each page features Sesame Street characters acting out the hand gestures for each game. Parents should not get nervous if they do not know the "correct" hand gestures for each rhyme; each page also contains brief instructions for the activities. Although the publisher suggests 18-24 months for this book, most of the gestures can be introduced to children much younger. Children will love the rhythm, the active play, and the interaction with parent-helpers. An excellent choice.

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Snap! Button! Zip!

(Sesame Beginnings Board Book)

By Tom Brannon
In this highly interactive board book Baby Zoe gets dressed, working her way from hat to shoes. A working snap, button, and zipper allow toddlers to help Zoe get ready as they practice their own "dressing" skills. Rhyming text and big, bold, bright illustrations add to the fun.

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What better way to help children learn to dress themselves than to have their friends from Sesame Street learn with them! This addition to the "Sesame Beginnings" book series features actual snaps, buttons, and zippers that children can open and close. Each page features a short rhyme explaining how to work each article of clothing. ("This will be a snap / Left leg first, then right / Pull the sides in close / And snap together tight"). Children will love to practice with the Sesame Street characters. The large button can be a bit stiff initially, so parents may wish to "play" with it a few times before giving it to a child.

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In My Stroller

(Sesame Beginnings, Level 1)

By Abigail Tabby
Ready to go—out the door! There’s lots to see—let’s explore!

Babies go anywhere and everywhere in that ubiquitous conveyance—the stroller! An outing in the stroller offers a great kid’s-eye view of the world.

Very brief, rhyming text and Baby Elmo introduce this universal experience for babies and toddlers.

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Level 1 Books are geared towards Birth - 6 Months


Away We Go

(Sesame Beginnings, Level 2)

By Abigail Tabby
Where shall we go today? Buckle up—we’re on our way!

A ride in the car, from the unique vantage point of a child’s car seat, is an adventure for babies and toddlers. There’s so much to see! Baby Zoe and very brief, rhyming text introduce this nearly universal experience for babies and toddlers.

Description from Publisher

Level 2 Books are geared towards 6 - 12 Months


At the Store

(Sesame Beginnings, Level 2)

By Abigail Tabby
In the cart I have a seat. We buy healthy things to eat!

Even the youngest children go grocery shopping with grown-ups and sit in the front seat of the shopping cart. Very brief, rhyming text and Baby Grover introduce this universal experience for babies and toddlers.

Description from Publisher

Level 2 Books are geared towards 6 - 12 Months


Elmo's Mother Goose

(Board Book)

By Constance Allen
Elmo and his Sesame Street friends re-tell classic Mother Goose rhymes in their own special way. Pat-a-cake, pat-a-cake...could that be Cookie Monster dressed up as baker's man?

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This charming board book features Elmo and his friends telling Mother Goose nursery rhymes. Readers expecting the same old nursery rhymes will be quite surprised by the hilarious way the Sesame Street characters retell each story. Some of the humor may be lost on young children who don't know the originals, but preschoolers will love the new twists on some old tales.

Lori's Description


Elmo's Big Lift-And-Look Book

By Anna Ross
Count to 10, explore the alphabet, discover shapes, learn about opposites, and find the missing teddy bear in this big, colorful board book. Sesame Street's beloved Elmo guides young readers to lift more than 60 flaps to reveal humorous and edifying surprises. Over the word "dry," Grover gazes unsuspectingly into a garden hose. Turn the flap and guess what happens! Grover learns all about "wet." A towering pyramid of alphabet blocks contains objects starting with the same letter behind each flap: alligator, book, cookies. Large, sturdy flaps allow rough-tough toddler hands to clutch and pull as much as they want with minimal risk of tearing. Children will adore the bright, bold illustrations of Jim Henson's familiar Muppet characters and beg to return to this book again and again.

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Turn playtime into learning time with lovable Sesame Street Muppet Elmo and the biggest flap book ever! Toddlers can lift alphabet blocks to find a word beginning with each letter, open doors and windows on Sesame Street to count objects from one to ten, lift flaps that reveal opposites, and help Elmo find his teddy! More than 60 sturdy flaps--10 to 26 per spread--are part of the page, not glued on, and are made to stand up to the repeated wear and tear kids are sure to inflict with lots of lifting, looking, seeking, finding, and fun!

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The Monster at the End of the Book

By Jon Stone
Starring loveable, furry old Grover!

What did that say? On the cover, what did that say? Did that say there will be a monster at the end of this book?

IT DID? Oh, I am so scared of monsters!!!



Lovable, furry old Grover is distressed to learn that there's a monster at the end of this book! He begs readers not to turn the pages, but of course kids feel they just have to see this monster for themselves. Grover is astonished -— and kids are delighted -— to discover who is really the monster at the end of the book!

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The classic Grover book is available once again. In a style similar to that used in Would You Like to Play Hide & Seek in this Book With Lovable Furry Old Grover, Grover hears a that there is a monster at the end of the book. He pleds with the reader not to turn the pages and even tries to build barriers to prevent the page from being turned. Of course, that only encourages children to want to turn the pages even more! This unique story in which the book itself is a part of the setting makes for an engaging read for adults and children.

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Another Monster at the End of this Book

Starring Lovable, Furry Old Grover, and Equally Lovable, Furry Little Elmo

By Jon Stone
In this sequel to The Monster at the End of this Book, furry old Grover is still fearful of monsters -- and he learns that there's another one at the end of this book! Just who is the monster at the end of this book?

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This is a wonderful book for children who can't get enough of the original The Monster at the End of this Book. This time, Grover again pleads with readers not to turn the page, while Elmo encourages readers to keep going. The idea is the same. Grover again tries to (unsuccessfully) block the pages from being turned. This book is in board book format, making it very accessible to the youngest readers.

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Big Enough for a Bed

By Apple Jordan
Elmo is too big for a crib! He’s ready to sleep in a big kid’s bed! It may take a little while, but with his favorite snuggly blanket and his teddy bear David by his side, soon Elmo feels comfortable in his new bed.

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The Counting Carnival

By Beth Terrill
The Count loves to count–especially at the Counting Carnival with all his Sesame Street friends. Ten slide-and-seek wheels reveal fun-to-count surprises from one to ten. It’s one big carnival where you can count on lots of fun!

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Follow That Fire Truck!

By Christopher Nicholas
Elmo loves fire trucks! Lift the flaps and discover hidden surprises as Elmo dreams that he and all of his Sesame Street friends are fire fighters. Ride along as they slide down the fire pole, turn on the hose, and send up the ladder in this fun-filled adventure.

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Elmo Likes

(Sesame Street Great Big Board Books)

By Tom Brannon
Elmo likes big surprises and bubbly baths and his best friend, Zoe. What do you like? This great big shaped board book introduces young readers to some of Elmo's favorite things.

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Welcome to Elmo's World: A Magnetic Playbook

By Mary Beth Nelson
Elmo loves to play! Elmo’s goldfish, Dorothy, loves to ask questions. Who’s at the door? Could it be Zoe? Who’s playing with the ball? Could it be Elmo’s puppy? Kids get to unfold the pages to create Elmo’s World, for a new story every time they play.

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Elmo's Big Word Book: What New Words Will You Learn Today

(Elmo's World Board Book)

By Mary Beth Nelson
Elmo's World is full of fun things to do and see, from the playroom to the park to the grocery store. In this big board book, the beloved furry red Sesame Street character shares all his favorite places and things to do. Each of the 5 two-page spreads is tabbed with a picture of one of the featured items within. A muddy pig represents a visit to a farm, a tricycle indicates a section on the park, and Dorothy the goldfish is the official ambassador for the playroom. Readers will enjoy pointing out the items in each display and spelling out the captioned titles: train set, notebook, goat, picnic basket, milk carton, etc. As there is a range in difficulty of the words (from ball to dictionary), kids can grow with the book, returning to it time after time as their vocabularies develop. The fact that virtually every inanimate object (including skateboards and cash registers) sports a pair of eyeballs à la Blue's Clues may grate on the nerves of adult readers, but kids won't bat an eye.

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Elmo visits some of his favorite places and introduces children to many new words along the way. He plays the piano in his playroom and feeds a pigeon in the park. He hops on a horse at the farm, browses for books in the library, and he fills up his shopping cart with goodies at the store.

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Elmo's World : Animals!

By John E. Barrett
Elmo loves animals! Toddlers will love lifting the flaps and discovering all different kinds of animals and the things they do.

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This Elmo's World board book features sturdy flaps that are perfect for small (less dexterous) hands. Children will easily become engaged by this board book because it follows a similar format to the one used in the popular Elmo's World segments of Sesame Street. Elmo encourages readers to act like several different animals and models how children can imagine that they are a bird, a crab, a shark, a bunny, a penguin, or a worm. An excellent choice for toddlers and young preschoolers.

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Elmo's World : Babies!

By John E. Barrett
Waa! Elmo started out like a baby—just like you! Big flaps reveal how babies learn to try new things, and the extra love they need while learning.

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Elmo brings his unique take on the topic of babies to this board book. He explains how everyone starts out as a baby, what babies do, and how they grow. Toddlers and preschoolers will instantly recognize the same style from the Elmo's World television show. The text is simple enough for the youngest readers, while the sturdy flaps should survive most usage. Overall, an excellent choice to introduce babies to big brothers/sisters or any child who wants to learn about babies.

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Elmo's World : Balls!

By John E. Barrett
Boing! Boing! Elmo is having a ball! Peek underneath the big flaps to find bouncy balls of different sizes and shapes. Then watch Elmo dunk a basketball--and himself!

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Elmo's World : Being Clean

By Mary Beth Nelson
It’s important to be clean! Elmo lathers up with babies and toddlers to brush teeth, groom hair, and wash faces so everybody is squeaky clean.

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Elmo's World : Computers!

By Mary Beth Nelson
Elmo and his pet goldfish Dorothy are thinking about computers in this Great Big Shaped Board Book based on the computer episode of Elmo’s World. With the help of photographs and the signature crayon drawings seen on the show, Elmo shows readers all about computers–the components, who uses them, and what they can do. Best of all, computers can send and receive e-mail messages from friends and family. This is an informative introduction to the world of computers with just the right amount of information and explanation for the toddler set.

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Elmo's World : Dancing!

By John E. Barrett
Cha, cha, cha! Do you know how many different dances there are? Elmo does! Toddlers will love lifting the flaps and discovering all the fun Elmo has when he gets down and boogies.

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Elmo's World : Drawing!

By John E. Barrett
Can you draw a giraffe? Elmo can! Pick up a crayon and express yourself. Elmo shows us all kinds of things he can draw—just lift the flaps and join the fun!

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Elmo's World : Firefighters!

By John E. Barrett
Elmo explains in simple terms what firefighters do, with help from two brave firefighters, Sean and Susan. The book covers the basics of uniforms and equipment as well as fire safety. Sure to fan the flames of toddlers’ firefighter fascination!

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Elmo's World : Food!

By John E. Barrett
Munch, munch, munch! Elmo loves to eat all kinds of food. Lift the flaps to find food surprises, from healthy veggies to pepperoni pizza, as Elmo learns that food helps him to grow big and strong.

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Elmo's World : Games!

By Jenny Miglis
Book and Toy Edition


Elmo's World : Getting Dressed!

By Mary Beth Nelson
Elmo, along with babies and toddlers, gets dapper with pants, shirts, hats, and shoes so everybody is dressed for all kinds of weather.

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Elmo's World : Music!

By John E. Barrett
La! La! La! Toot! Toot! Toot! Elmo loves to make music! Toddlers will love lifting the flaps and discovering all the fun Elmo has when he plays different instruments and sings his favorite songs.

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Elmo's World : Opposites!

By Kara McMahon
Elmo introduces young readers to the concept of opposites—from large and small to in and out, up and down. Elmo shows one word on a page and then the young reader can guess the opposite and flip the flap in the spread to see the answer. This is fun-filled interactive learning at its best!

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It's not difficult to imagine an Elmo's World episode based on this captivating board book. Cut out pages are well utilized to encourage children to keep looking to find an opposite view of each scene. After explaining some common opposites, Elmo encourages children to find opposites on a two-page spread -- and then reveals the answers. This book is a superb way to teach children about opposites.

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Elmo's World : Pets!

By John E. Barrett
Elmo loves all kinds of pets—dogs, cats, bunnies, birds, and of course, his pet goldfish, Dorothy! Elmo knows that pets need many things to be healthy and happy. From water and food to exercise to lots and lots of love, Elmo shows kids how to take care of their favorite pets!

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Elmo's World : Puppies!

By John E. Barrett
Do you know how a puppy talks? Elmo does! Woof! Woof! Come along as Elmo learns some things puppies need to stay happy and healthy. Large flaps reveal a world of tail-wagging, playful puppy fun!

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Elmo's World : Space!
Kids will love following Elmo on his very own space adventure! There are lots of exciting things to see and do–from taking off in his spaceship to landing on the moon to flying back home to Earth. Includes a full page of colorful stickers of the moon, stars, planets–and Astronaut Elmo!

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Elmo's World : Weather!

By Kara McMahon
Elmo explores the weather! On each spread a picture in a diecut window changes color when toddlers pull the tab, turning black-and-white to color, raindrops to butterflies, and more, all through the seasons.

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Elmo's ABC Book

(Board Book)

By Deborah November
Elmo tried to decide what his favorite letter of the alphabet might be. There are so many letters - so much to love! He takes readers on a tour of the ABCs, naming the things he loves that begin with each letter, and decides that they're all special in their own way.

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Follow That Fire Truck!

(Board Book)

By Christopher Nicholas
Elmo loves fire trucks! Lift the flaps and discover hidden surprises as Elmo dreams that he and all of his Sesame Street friends are fire fighters. Ride along as they slide down the fire pole, turn on the hose, and send up the ladder in this fun-filled adventure.

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Have Yourself a Furry Little Christmas

(Board Book)

By Naomi Kleinberg
Elmo and Santa Grover are getting ready for the Sesame Street Christmas block party, with lots of laughs along the way. Hand in hand with other beloved Sesame Street characters, they gently teach young children a heartfelt message about the spirit of the holiday. This sturdy board book has furry red flocking on every spread, which makes the story all the more appealing to readers big and small!

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Elmo's 12 Days of Christmas

(Board Book)

By Sarah Albee
What does a Sesame Street Christmas celebrate? How about: Three French friends, two yummy cookies, a red monster up in a tree, and lots more! Sing and laugh along with this hilarious Sesame Street version of the favorite Christmas carol.

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This clever take on the popular Christmas carol is a must-read! Elmo sings the song "12 Days of Christmas" with a few changes. What he ends up with is a hilarious rendition of the classic song. Parents can use the book to sing along or use the pictures to help children practice counting skills.

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Elmo's Night Before Christmas

(Board Book)

By Karen McMahon
It's the night before Christmas on Sesame Street the Honkers were silent, the Grouch was asleep, the count dreamed of counting, Ernie was in his stockings and Bert was in his cap, every monster lay sleeping, except a monster named Elmo. Elmo has decided to wait up for Santa to give him a very important message. Four bright, board ornaments are included in that kids can slip into the pages to complete the scenes. When they are done reading, they can hang the ornaments on their own Christmas tree.

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Friends All Day

(Board Book)

By Peter Panas
Friendship is an important concept and focus on Sesame Street, and in this book Sesame characters introduce their special friends and show what they do together throughout the day. The book features Elmo and his teddy monster, David; Big Bird and his teddy bear, Radar; Oscar the Grouch and Slimey the Worm; Ernie and Rubber Ducky; Bert and his pet pigeon, Bernice; and Zoe and her doll, Mimi.

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Cookie Rhyme, Cookie Time

(Sesame Beginnings Board Book)
By Abigail Tabby
In this lift-the-flap board book, Baby Cookie Monster dances to rhymes about different kinds of cookies and different kinds of dances, from a Peanut Butter Cookie Bop to a Ginger Snap Tap. Rhymed text adds rhythm for toddlers and parents to dance to.

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Sing a Song of Sixpence and Other First Songs for Baby

(Sesame Beginnings Board Book)

By Tom Brannon
A developmental milestone for toddlers age 24—36 months is learning to sing simple songs such as “Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star,” “Baa Baa Black Sheep,” and others. Here's a collection of the most familiar songs for babies and toddlers.

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Monster Faces

(Chunky Shape Board Books)

By Tom Brannon
Whose face is that on the cover? That's right--it's red-hot Elmo! Toddlers will learn to link facial expressions to emotions as they take a close-up look at some of the funniest, fuzziest monster faces on Sesame Street! Look at Zoe's happy face, she has a yummy lollipop. Elmo has a sad face, he's just dropped his ice cream cone. Poor Elmo! Can you make a "sorry Elmo" face?

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Elmo Goes To School

(Felt Book)

By Softplay
Let Sesame Street’s Elmo take your kids to school! This captivating felt interactive play set offers all the fun of school, Elmo style! With fun-to-feel fabric, bold colors, and delightful rhyming verse, this engaging set brings your child to the center of Sesame Street schoolroom fun. Also features:
  • Foldout pages
  • 25 cutout felt characters
  • A convenient storage pocket
  • Smart chart of the story and characters
  • And more!
Endless interactive play with the one and only Elmo!

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Elmo's Busy Baby Book: With Great Big Flaps

(Board Book)

By Stephanie St. Pierre
Squeak! Click! Rattle! Clack! Sesame Street's Grover, Big Bird, Elmo, and others are having fun playing classic baby games including peekaboo and pat-a-cake in this big, interactive read-aloud book. With surprises behind every giant flap, and lots of satisfying noise from the plastic board of colorful buttons, rollers, and dials, busy babies will find plenty to occupy themselves. This book is so lively and quick, kids won't be content to just listen. Soon they'll be "reading" right along! Joe Mathieu's illustrations, based on the beloved Sesame Street characters, are goofy and appealing.

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In colorful, captivating Elmo tradition, this new book features a baby-safe busy bar that includes a squeaker and clicking, clacking and rolling dials perfect to keep baby entertained and amused. Simple language and fun flaps makes this a great learning tool for young minds.

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Elmo's Animal Adventures

(Baby Fingers Board Books)

By Joy Labrack
ROAR! Elmo imagines what it's like to be a lion, a monkey, an elephant, and more! Little fingers can explore brightly colored tabs to find pages featuring their favorite animal friends.

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Who Took the Cookie?

(Board Book)
Here’s a humorous Sesame Street version of the familiar childhood game “Who Stole the Cookie from the Cookie Jar?” One by one, the cookies disappear from Cookie Monster’s cookie jar. Who do you think gobbled them up? An attention-grabbing lenticular shape on the cover makes this even more fun for all!

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Big Bird's Copycat Day

(Big Bird's Favorites Board Books)

By Sharon Lerner
Toddlers can join in Big Bird's copycat game as they follow the bright pictures and listen to the funny rhymes in this simple story adapted from a popular Step into Reading® Step 1 book. Playing copycat games is a fun way to help toddlers listen and repeat word sounds, and a helps to develop language skills.

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Elmo's Favorite Places

(Board Book)

By Carol Monica
Packed with flaps from cover to cover, Elmo's Favorite Places is sure to become a treasured book for young Sesame Street fans. Preschoolers will love visiting all of Elmo's favorite places - the farm, aquarium, school, park, and home - while learning five different concepts (colors, shapes, counting, alphabet, and pairing objects that belong together) along the way. Bold object labels on every spread teach more than 100 vocabulary words, making this book a learning adventure.

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Friends All Day

By Peter Panas
Friendship is an important concept and focus on Sesame Street, and in this book Sesame characters introduce their special friends and show what they do together throughout the day. The book features Elmo and his teddy monster, David; Big Bird and his teddy bear, Radar; Oscar the Grouch and Slimey the Worm; Ernie and Rubber Ducky; Bert and his pet pigeon, Bernice; and Zoe and her doll, Mimi.

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Grover's Guide to Good Manners

(Big Bird's Favorites Board Books)

By Constance Allen
Everyone’s favorite furry blue pal Grover uses some wacky situations to illustrate and explain the rudiments of good manners.

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Follow the Monsters

(Big Bird's Favorites Board Books)

By Sharon Lerner
Toddlers will have a great time following a funny group of Sesame Street monsters as they make their way through the country, the city, and finally back home. This short, silly text includes lots of opportunities for learning about up and down, in and out, and other directional concepts.

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Elmo's Good Manners Game

By Catherine Samuel
Cookie Monster really wants a cookie. What's the magic word?

Elmo knows! Toddlers will have loads of fun as they help Elmo think of the right words to say in Elmo's Good Manners Game.

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Knock, Knock! Who's There?

(A Chunky Flap Board Book)

By Anna Ross
Kids love playing the knock-knock game, and they'll soon discover who's hiding behind 11 different flaps.

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Big Bird's Big Book: Counting, Colors, Country, City, Opposites, Playing

(Board Book)

By Joe Mathieu
Big Bird and his pals are featured in this giant (16'' x 24'') board book. Six colorful panoramic scenes teach important early learning concepts: counting, naming colors, opposites, and more. Preschoolers will love to pore over the clearly labeled details in this show-stopper of a book.

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Tickle Me, Elmo!

By Stephanie St. Pierre
Elmo's friend Zoe wants to know more about tickles. What do they look like? How do they smell? Does a tickle have a taste? Elmo has an answer for every question in this simple flap book filled with descriptions of all kinds of tickles.

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Grover's Own Alphabet

By Anna Jane Hays
Lovable old Grover bends over backward to show you the letters A through Z! He uses his own furry little blue body to create his very own alphabet.

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Funny Food Faces (Board Book With Stickers)

By Laurent Linn & John E. Barrett
Elmo looks berry cute made of strawberries! This photographic board book features everybody's favorite Sesame Street character faces made out of beautiful, bright, colorful food. Also includes a full sheet of food stickers to make your own funny face!

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Where, Oh, Where?

(A Chunky Flap Board Book)

By Anna Ross
Ernie has lost something important and is searching everywhere for it. Where, oh, where could it be?

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Where's the Duckie?

(Board Book)

By Stef De Reuver
Indiana Jones meets Sesame Street in this swashbuckling quest as Ernie and Bert search for the elusive Rubber Duckie! Where is the little quacker? He's cleverly hidden in each exotic scene--from the mountains to the jungles to the ocean floor. In this unique photographic board book format, artist Stef De Reuver creates strikingly original miniature masterpieces from clay, representing familiar Sesame Street characters.

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Elmo Loves You: A Poem by Elmo

(Big Bird's Favorites Board Bks)

By Sarah Albee
Everyone loves something—it’s true! Elmo explains how each person has something special they care about. For example, babies love noise and kids love toys; Bert loves pigeons and pigeons love to coo, and so on. At several points the lively rhyming text breaks for a moment to remind young readers that “Elmo loves you!” This is a natural for Valentine’s Day and a sweet, reassuring poem about love that kids will enjoy year round.

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Tubby Time for Little Ernie
Splish-splash, guess who's taking a bath? It's Little Ernie, and he's having a bubbly time getting clean with his rubber duckie and toy boats!

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What's in Oscar's Trash Can

By Lisa Findlay
What’s in Oscar’s trash can? Plenty–in fact, there’s so much that no one would believe something that looks so small on the outside has so much stuff inside. Oscar is having no luck finding his pet worm, Slimey, in all that crowded mess. Oscar’s Sesame Street pals come by to help, and their suggestions about where to look will prompt kids to lift the flaps on each spread to see if Slimey is hiding underneath. There are lots of surprises and lots of giggles as kids try to spot Slimey somewhere in the spread and then discover what’s really under the flaps.

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Pumpkin Patch Party

By Joel Schick
What could be more fun than a party on Halloween night with the Sesame Street gang? Kids can lift the flaps to see what surprises the pumpkin patch holds--like a dancing scarecrow, a spooky moon, and a ghost with a strong resemblance to ... Big Bird!

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Big Bird at Bat

(Peek-A-Board Book)

By Sarah Albee
Big Bird's at bat--and CRACK!--it's a long fly ball out of the yard, past the playground, and through every page of this sporty board book. Toddlers' favorite game of peekaboo meets high action in a rollicking rhyme that will delight all terrible twos with a taste for sports!

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Elmo's Little Playhouse

(Board Book)

By Anna Ross
Elmo wants to turn a cardboard box into a fun-filled playhouse. Who will help him cut, color, and paste? Ernie, Betty Lou, Herry, and a horde of his Muppet friends, that's who.

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MonsterTales : The Big Boo!

By Stephanie St. Pierre
This Chunky Flap Book with a Halloween theme is full of surprises. All sorts of Sesame Street monsters are competing in a Halloween contest. Who will make the biggest Boo of all? Children will have to lift the flaps to find out!

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Big Bird's Color Game

By Catherine Samuel
What's small and green and hop, hop, hops?

That's right! It's a frog. In Big Bird's Color Game, toddlers will have fun looking at the pictures and guessing what Big Bird is thinking. Join the fun in Big Bird's Color Game. Can you guess what's next?

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Cookie Monster's Kitchen

(Great Big Board Book)

By Tom Cooke
What smells so good in Cookie Monster’s kitchen? Cookies, of course! Join Cookie Monster in his kitchen as he cooks up a storm!

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Bert's Beautiful Sights

(Shaped Board Book)

By Constance Allen
The world is full of beautiful sights! Bert takes notice of all the lovely things around him on Sesame Street: he watches the clouds float by, he listens to the birds sing, and he gazes at the stars in the night sky.

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The Magic Sidewalk: A Chalk Board Storybook With Chalk and Board Pages That Wipe Clean

(Elmo's World)

By Stephanie St Pierre
In Elmo's world, anything can happen--and it usually does!

Elmo is walking on the magic sidewalk when he sees a cat that leads him to a mouse--that leads to more fun when the reader is asked to draw other animals and surroundings. With Elmo, they reach Sesame Street and draw themselves into the book with all their Muppet friends. This fun new format is a great big board book featuring reusable chalkboard surfaces throughout and a box full of colored chalk for hours of interactive play!

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Big Bird

(Sesame Street Furry Faces Board Book)

By Anna Ross
They're funny . . . they're furry! They're bound to be favorites once kids get their hands on these lovable Furry Faces board books featuring beloved Sesame Street characters as large as life right on the cover. Everybody loves Big Bird, and this wonderfully cuddly book will win any Sesame Street fan's heart. Full color.

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Cookie Monster!

(Sesame Street Furry Faces Board Book) by Anna Ross
They're funny! They're furry! They're bound to be favorites! Just wait till kids get their hands on these lovable Furry Face board books featuring beloved Sesame Street characters right on the cover. Inside, kids will find bright, bold illustrations and loads of fun.

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Oscar

(Sesame Street Furry Faces Board Book)

By Anna Ross
Oscar the Grouch is green and grumpy, and all of his friends know what he loves best--trash! Oscar proves to even the worst grouch that Furry Faces are fun!

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Big Bird's Mother Goose

By John E. Barrett
Twelve nursery rhymes are acted out by the Sesame Street Muppets in Mother Goose costumes.

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Sesame Street Lift-And-peek Party!

By Joe Mathieu
Join the Muppets as they travel all along Sesame Street getting ready for a big party. Lift the flaps and find all the things that Bert and Ernie need to gather for the celebration. Each festive page of this fun lift-and-peek book offers a surprise as young readers search for a piñata, an ice cream sundae, a party horn, and more.

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Whose Knees Are These?

(Sesame Street Babies Board Book)

By Anna Ross
Whose toes are those? Whose hat is that? This rhyming guessing game features Sesame Street babies on each bright and cheery spread.

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Tickle Me Big Bird

(Lift & Peek a Board Books)

By Stephanie St. Pierre
Big Bird presents a lively flap book that's filled with a whole batch of silly jokes just right for young readers.

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Grouchland Surprises

(Elmo in Grouchland Board Book)

By Shana Corey
Welcome to Grouchland! Lift the flaps and discover all the strange and silly things that happen in Oscar's hometown.

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Too Big for Diapers

(Too Big Board Books)

By John E. Barrett
Baby Ernie is too big for diapers! He's ready to try out his brand-new potty. It may take a few tries, but soon Ernie learns he can use the potty all by himself!

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This addition to the "Sesame Street Babies" series of books is an excellent way to introduce potty training to preschoolers. Children will quickly recognize the photographs of Baby Ernie and Baby Bert engaging in typical children's activities. Ernie loves to play with his blocks. But when he has to go, he shows the reader how he stops playing, goes to the potty, undresses, uses the potty, wipes with toilet paper, and washes his hands. Children will relate to Ernie's activities and love to congratulate him on his progress. A highly recommended potty training guide.

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Too Big for Bottles

(Too Big Board Books)

By John E. Barrett
Cookies and milk never tasted so good before Baby Cookie Monster got his new cup! Hold on tight as Cookie lets go of his bottle--and learns to love drinking from a big-boy cup!

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Good Morning Little Bert

(Board Book)
When the sun comes up, Little Bert gets out of bed, brushes his teeth, gets dressed, and starts another wonderful day on Sesame Street!

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Good Night, Little Grover

By Norman Gorbaty
When the sun goes down, Little Grover puts all his toys away, brushes his teeth and snuggles down to dreamland.

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Little Ernie's Animal Friends
Little Ernie has lots of animal friends! There are little dogs, little cats, little birds, little squirrels, and a whole lot more.

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Though it doesn't have many pages, Little Ernie's Animal Friends features plenty of colorful illustrations that will keep babies engaged and interested. Comparing baby Ernie's behavior to his adorable animal friends (such as, climbing like a kitty and digging like a puppy), the book is playful and also helps to reinforce basic animal names. A cute book that your baby will enjoy looking through again and again. And although it is ideal for babies, perhaps the title can also be used as a first reader for toddlers, as it features large print and simple illustrations.

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Where Is Elmo's Blanket?

By Shana Corey
Uh-oh! Elmo has lost his blanket! Young readers can help Elmo in his search by lifting over 30 flaps to reveal dozens of super Sesame Street surprises.

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In & Out, Up & Down
This chunky board book features bright, full-color pictures and popular Sesame Street characters that introduce toddlers to the concept of opposites. Durable, wipe-clean pages with safe, rounded corners will be a hit with parents.

The Sesame Street Muppets demonstrate such opposite concepts as in/out, up/down, big/little, and open/closed. On heavy board pages.

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Big Bird Is Yellow

By John E. Barrett
Big Bird and his friends from Sesame Street are having a ball as they look for, play with, and discover things in many different colors.

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Big Bird Walks

(Chunky Board Book With Legs)

By Stephanie St. Pierre
Big Bird takes a walk and discovers all sorts of interesting things along the way. He walks over and under andaround. Can you walk in and out?

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Elmo Jumps

(Chunky Board Book With Legs)

By Stephanie St. Pierre
It's spring and Elmo is jumping for joy! Watch him hop all over Sesame Street. High and low, over a puddle, and over a hopscotch game! Elmo jumps up. Elmo jumps Down. How high can you jump.

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Ernie Runs

(Chunky Board Book With Legs)

By Stephanie St. Pierre
The race is on, and look who's in on the fun. It's Ernie! Ernie runs fast, but can he run fast enough to win? How fast can you run? Run along with Ernie and find out!

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I Am a Bird

By Constance Allen
Big Bird is a . . . bird! He has feathers, lives in a nest, and loves to sing. This great big shaped board book introduces young readers to their finest feathered friend on Sesame Street.

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Big Bird's Big Surprise

By Joy Labrack
Elmo and his Sesame Street friends are planning a big surprise for Big Bird. Can you guess what it is? Little fingers can explore brightly colored tabs to find pages featuring their favorite Sesame Street characters.

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Ernie's Little Toolbox

(Chunky Shape Board Books)

By Annie Ingle
Using the tools in Ernie's toolbox, Ernie and Bert build a super-duper birdhouse.

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Rubber Duckies Don't Say Quack!

(Sesame Street Babies Board Book)

By Anna Ross
Cows moo, pigeons coo. Chicks peep, crickets cheep. But rubber duckies don't say, "Quack." Find out what they do say in this squeaky little caper.

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Hide-And-Seek With Big Bird

(Peek-A-Board Books)

By Tom Cooke
The game of peekaboo is a source of never-ending delight to small children. Each page of this bright, sturdy board book contains a differently shaped hole through which children are invited to peek and point out the simple object or animal on the next or preceding page. Like the game that inspired it, this Peek-a-Board Book will provide many hours of entertainment for children and their parents.

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Elmo's Wishes

(Magic Globe Board Books) by Stephanie St. Pierre
When Elmo's mommy gives him a brand-new drum, Elmo starts wishing—first for a horn, then for a hat, then for more noise-making fun. Elmo wishes for a big parade and lots of friends to play with. With a little shake-shake-shake of his Magic Globe filled with confetti, all of Elmo's wonderful wishes come true!

This new board board format features a custom made globe and full-figure character embedded in the extended back cover of the book. With a little shake-shake-shake of his Magic Globe filled with confetti, all of his wishes come true.

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Big Bird's Big Bike

By Anna Ross
Big Bird is learning to ride a bicycle and, with a few tips from Grover, there's no stopping him...look out!

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Not the Monster!

(Sesame Street Babies Board Books)

By Anna Ross
Ernie and Bert like to color with fat crayons. But not the monster!

Big Bird likes to give his teddy a bath. But not the monster!

So what does Cookie Monster like to do?

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One Rubber Duckie : A Sesame Street Counting Book
The Muppets introduce the reader to the numbers from one to ten. On board pages.

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With colorful photographs of favorite Sesame Street characters and everyday objects to count, this book will be a favorite read for both parent and child. The bright pictures and simple premise make it a wonderful choice for baby, while the sight of familiar friends and the joy of counting may appeal to toddlers.

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Mine: A Sesame Street Book About Sharing

(Classic Board Books)

By Linda Hayward
What do Little Ernie and Little Bert do when they both want to play with the same toys at the same time? Why they learn to share, of course! Ernie and Bert make it fun and easy for kids to learn this important childhood lesson.

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What Color Is Elmo?

(Toddler Board Book)

By Shana Corey
Elmo's friends and their favorite objects help the reader to learn colors.

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Cookie Bakes Up Shapes!

(Toddler Board Book)

By Shana Corey


Baby Talk

By Carol Nicklaus
Peekaboo! Oops! All gone! Bye-bye! Nobody talks cuter baby talk than the Sesame Street Babies! Here are all of Baby's first words, as spoken by the Sesame Street friends.

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Playtime With Big Bird

(Board Book)
What time is it? It's not naptime, or work time, or bedtime. Why, it's playtime--and Big Bird is ready to have fun and play.

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Cookie Monster's Good Time to Eat

(Golden Sturdy Shape Book)
Cookie Monster and friends show nutritious things to eat at various times of the day.

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Little Elmo's Toy Box

(Board Book)

By Tom Brannon
Come and see all the toys Elmo has to play with. The perfect first book, Toddler board books offer sturdy pages and simple concepts for growing minds.

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What Does Ernie Hear?

(Toddler Board Book)

By Beth Terrill


Good Night, Ernie

(Night-Light Board Books)

By Stephanie St. Pierre,
Ernie take a trip in his imagination as he gazes at the night sky, in this delightful bedtime board book with a built-in night-light! Replaceable AA batteries are embedded in the back cover.

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Good Night, Elmo

(Night-Light Board Books)

By Stephanie St. Pierre
This bedtime board book is equipped with its own night-light! Elmo takes a midnight ride on a moonbeam and meets up with some other nighttime travelers. Replaceable AA batteries are embedded in the back cover.

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Elmo's Counting Game

(Board Book)

By Sarah Albee
Elmo fans will enjoy this way to learn about numbers...Elmo helps readers count objects such as birthday cakes, butterflies and even ice cream trucks. Elmo offers encouragement throughout the book, offering praise for counting correctly. At the end of the book, toddlers reach the "surprise" that Elmo refers to throughout the book -- the chance to "meet" all the numbers.

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Big Bird's Animal Game

By Constance Allen

(Board Book)
Big Bird asks the reader to guess what animals make certain sounds.

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Good Night Elmo!

By SoftPlay

(Cloth Book)
How many stars help Elmo fall asleep? Count them and see . . . Then make a wish! Children will fall into a gentle sleep with this cuddly cloth book tucked under their arms.

Babies and tots learn to count to five with delightful hands-on activities. Plus, fun-to-feel textures teach tiny hands important motor skills when they're disguised as surprise activities, flaps, buttons and playful moving parts.

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Big Bird, Shake and Rattle

(Cloth Book)

By Carol Nicklaus
Little Big Bird shakes, rattles, and rolls. And tots can boogie along with their very own rattle, safely sewn into this cuddly cloth book.

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