Elmo Rhyming Board Bundle

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Elmo Rhyming Board Bundle

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Elmo's Mother Goose:

Elmo and his Sesame Street friends re-tell classic Mother Goose rhymes, with their own unique Sesame Street spin. Pat-a-cake, pat-a-cake...could that be Cookie Monster dressed up as baker's man?

Features:

  • Author: Constance Allen
  • Format: Board Book
  • For ages: 0-3 years

Elmo Loves You:

Everyone loves something - it's true! In this rhyming book, Elmo explains how everyone has something special they care about - babies love noise and kids love toys; Bert loves pigeons and pigeons love to coo. And, as Elmo loves to remind readers throughout the book, to toddler's delight, "Elmo loves you!"

Features:

  • Author: Sarah Albee
  • Format: Board Book
  • For ages: 0-3 years

Hokey Pokey Elmo:

Elmo invites toddlers to dance along as he and his friends do the Hokey Pokey - with a bit of a twist!

Features:

  • Author: Abigail Tabby
  • Format: Board Book
  • For ages: 0-3 years

Material: Board

Brand: Random House

Origin: Imported

Sesame Street, Thomas & Friends, and more beginners’ classics to read aloud.

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