In Elmo's Easter Parade
It's time to celebrate spring at the fun-filled Sesame Street Bunny Hop where everyone is making their own special Easter bonnet to wear to the party. What will Zoe's hat look like? How will Big Bird decorate his? What color will Elmo choose for his special bonnet? Find out and come join in with this fun-filled book!
Elmo's Ducky Day
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 that toddlers will adore. * Board book * 24 Pages * Published Date: January 25, 2005
The Bunny Hop
Early one Easter morning, bunnies begin turning up in the strangest (and funniest) places all over Sesame Street. Where did they come from? This is a hilarious tale told in rollicking rhyme--a great way to celebrate Easter and spring with your toddler! * Board book * 24 Pages * Published Date: January 27, 2004
Elmo Can Quack Like A Duck
Elmo can quack like a duck, slither like a snake, hop like a frog, and do other things that animal friends do. And Elmo encourages little kids to be active and play right along with him. This small but chunky board book, just the right size for little hands, has a finger puppet of Elmo's head built right into it (his body is illustrated in various animal poses) for maximum play value and a mega-dose of fun. * Hardcover * 14 Pages * Published Date: 2007
Plant a Tree for Me!
The Sesame Street monsters jump on the bandwagon to support the environmental movement! Simple text and speech balloons give toddlers basic information about how trees help the environment and the ways in which we all benefit from them. Illustrations show different species of trees and their leaves through the cycle of the seasons with labels to identify them. The payoff comes at the end with a large lift-the-flap that shows how, from a tiny seed, a mighty (and environmentally necessary!) tree grows. * Board book * 12 Pages * Published Date: February 23, 2010
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