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A one-of-a-kind spectacular pop-up celebration of Sesame Street in honor of its 40th anniversary — featuring all the characters children have come to know and love.
Its a rare person who doesnt want to know how to get to Sesame Street. The ground-breaking childrens television show has an indelible hold on our hearts and imagination. On November 10, 2009, Sesame Street marks its 40th anniversary, and Candlewick is proud publish the first full-scale pop-up book in over ten years featuring its beloved characters. Big Bird, Cookie Monster, Count von Count, Bert and Ernie, Super Grover, Oscar the Grouch, Abby Cadabby, Zoe, and Elmo are all here. Complete with spectacular pops and other novelties — and highlighting the letters, numbers, early learning skills and other concepts Sesame Street is known for — this is truly a delightful gift for preschoolers, and a nostalgic keepsake their parents will treasure.
"A host of familiar friends pop up in the neighborhood in this novelty book, timed to coincide with the 40th anniversary of the TV show. Elmo serves as a guide, taking readers through spreads that introduce various residents as well as lightly touch on different concepts (such as matching, counting, recycling and opposites). Pull tabs add another dimension to the pop-ups: at the Laundromat, Ernie, Bert and Elmo rock back and forth during a jam session, while Cookie Monster's arm stirs a bowl in the kitchen. The bright photographic spreads are eye-catching, and the array of interactive activities should keep readers entertained. Ages 3 — up." Publishers Weekly (Copyright Reed Business Information, Inc.)
"Sesame Street" marks 40 years of groundbreaking children's television this year. This one-of-a-kind spectacular pop-up book celebrates this occasion and features favorite characters (including Big Bird, Oscar the Grouch, and Bert and Ernie) and other novelties that highlight the letters, numbers, early learning skills, and other concepts for which the show is known.
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