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Sesame Street Treasury: ABC & 123
Learning words and numbers is fun with Big Bird, Elmo, Grover, and the other Sesame Street friends along to help. In the first half of this sturdy oversized book, every page features a letter, A to Z, accompanied by a scene featuring objects starting with that letter. The M spread, for example, shows a moonlit mountain landscape, with Sesame Street detectives Ernie and Bert investigating (with a magnifying glass, of course) the mystery of the missing mitten. Young readers will take pleasure in pointing out the mitten under a tree with a mouse curled up inside and a moose lurking nearby. In the second half of the book, illustrations depict one broom sweeping, swooshing; two hammers pounding, pounding; three big bales of hay; four round rubber tires, and so on up to 20, then continuing with 30, 40, 50, etc., to 100. By then, it takes an entire Sesame Street Fair to show all the items so far enumerated. Two educational books in one terrific treasury!

Description from Amazon.com


Children can learn their ABC's and 1, 2, 3's with their favorite Sesame Street characters in this colorful, fun, and educational hardcover. What better way to acquire these important early concepts than with their Muppet friends? The ABC Book of Words allows children to learn the alphabet and new vocabulary on every beautiful spread. The Counting Book has number examples on Sesame Street from "one broom swooshing" to "100 Twiddlebugs at the Twiddlebug Fair!" Together, these books make for a terrific over-size hardcover packed with value!

Description from Publisher


Two Sesame Street books from 1988 and 1991 were rereleased as this excellent combined edition. The ABC section has bright illustrations showing a scene for each letter. On each page, the objects that start with that letter are highlighted with the name of the object. Each silly scene is cleverly done, so that children will eagerly want to explore what is happening in each picture. The 123 section encourages children to count from 1 brook swooshing to 1000 Twiddlebugs at the Twiddlebug Fair. An excellent addition to any child's personal library!

Lori's Description


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.

Description from Publisher


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


The Sesame Street Dictionary

By Linda Hayward
This first book of words and their meanings is one of the best-loved Sesame Street titles published by Random House. It includes more than 1,300 entries of verbs, nouns, and adjectives. The full-color illustrations are chockablock with trademark Sesame Street humor, making this book as much fun to leaf through as to look up a word. Plus each book comes with a special gift, a CD sampler of classic Sesame Street songs, including "Elmo’s Rap Alphabet," "Off to School," and "Cookie’s Rhyming Song"!

Description from Publisher


The Sesame Street Dictionary is the perfect way to teach children how to use a dictionary. Over a thousand words are included, which means that most vocabulary that young children will have difficulty with should be included. Each entry includes the term, a definition, a sentence using that term, and a hilarious cartoon demonstrating the term. Children will find this dictionary so engaging that they may begin to look up words just to read the cartoons. An excellent addition to any personal or school library.

Lori's Description


Elmo's ABC Book

By Sarah Albee
Which letter of the alphabet does Elmo like best? Elmo likes A, because juicy apples begin with A. But the word baby begins with the letter B, and Elmo loves babies. Oh, no! Can you help Elmo decide?

Description from Publisher


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.

Description from Publisher


Brought to You by the Letter A

By Sarah Albee


Brought to You by the Letter A

(Coloring Book)

By Anne Duax
Every fan knows and loves this famous tag line, a Sesame Street tradition. Simple letters and colorful pictures captures young minds.

Description from Publisher


Brought to You by the Letter B

By R. Koeppel
Sesame Street favorite, lovable Grover introduces letter "B" in a colorful book to help young children learn the alphabet. Color illustrations throughout.

Description from Publisher


Brought to You by the Letter B

By Sarah Albee


Brought to You by the Letter C

By R. Koeppel
"'C' is for cookie, that's good enough for me ..." is the popular song by the cuddly Cookie Monster. Who else would be perfect to introduce the letter "C" in the latest Sesame Street series of books on letters and numbers? Kids will be hungry to learn about this amazing letter, captured in bold text and colorful pictures.

Description from Publisher


Brought to You by the Letter C

By Sarah Albee


Grover's Own Alphabet

(Board Book)

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.

Description from Publisher


B is for Books!

(Step into Reading, Early)

By Annie Cobb
Slimey, Oscar the Grouch's pet worm, plays the bookworm in this delightful ode to reading.

"B is for books. All kinds of books! Books about counting. Books about cooks..."

Description from Publisher


The Sesame Street Word Book

By Tom Leigh
A great book for parents and children to share together. Join everybody's favorite Sesame Street characters in this wonderful book of words. Fabulous, colorful scenes present everyday objects, people, and actions in detail. Words presented in context, with easy-to-read labels, help children organize and expand their vocabulary, and reinforce the fact that words are symbols.

Description from Publisher


The Sesame Street ABC Storybook: Featuring Jim Henson's Muppets

By Jeffrey Moss, Norman Stils, & Daniel Wilcox
The Sesame Street muppet puppets present a story for every letter of the alphabet.

Description from Publisher


Fun With ABC

(Sesame Seeds)

By Joseph Mathieu
It's in here--along with the rest of the amazing alphabet! Kids can find letters hidden in pictures, color the alphabet their favorite color, make their way through letter-shaped mazes, and solve fun puzzles in this educational activity book starring Elmo and his Sesame Street friends.

Description from Publisher


Elmo and Zoe's Alphabet

(Super Coloring Time)

By Joe Messerli
Coloring Book


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.

Description from Amazon.com


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.

Description from Publisher


Open Sesame Picture Dictionary

(Open Sesame English as a Second Language Series)

By Jill Wagner Schimpff
Sesame Street characters present over 500 vocabulary words under topics including parts of the body, toys and food, the classroom, and the family.

Description from Publisher


The Sesame Street Dictionary: Featuring Jim Henson's Muppets

By Linda Hayward
Familiar characters and visuals reinforce the text definitions. More than 1,300 words are introduced in this source intended for use as a wordbook, for reading readiness, and as a first dictionary. Definition, picture and example sentences are used.

Description from Publisher


Little Ernie's ABC's

(Sesame Street Toddler Books)

By Anna Ross
Can little Ernie say his ABC's? You bet. Here he is, leading a spirited romp through the alphabet, from apple to zebra.

Description from Publisher


ABC: Sesame Street

By Constance Allen

(Book PLUS Audio Cassette)


Elmo's ABC

By Maggie Swanson
Press 26 letters! Hear Elmo talk!

Description from Publisher


My ABC's : Featuring Jim Henson's Sesame Street Muppets


Grover Learns to Read

By Dan Elliott
Grover loves having his mommy read to him. So when he starts learning how to read in school, he begins to worry. He wants to be able to read, but what if his mommy doesn't read to him anymore? A charming story that offers simple reassurances to children as they make their way through one of life's most important passages: learning how to read.

Description from Publisher


A Visit to the Sesame Street Library

By Deborah Hautzig
Big Bird discovers that the book he wants to buy in the bookstore costs more than he has, so the bookseller wisely sends him to the library. There, Big Bird discovers that libraries have records, cassettes, story hours, films, and arts-and-crafts sections. A straightforward sequel to A Visit to the Sesame Street Hospital and A Visit to the Sesame Street Firehouse.

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