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Abc And 1,2,3: A Sesame Street Treasury Of Words And Numbers (sesame Street)

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Abc And 1 2 3 A Sesame Street Treasury

CTW Publishing Co

MPN: 9780375800429
ISBN: 0375800425

The Muppets help children learn words and numbers.
The author is McNaught, Harry. and it was published in November of 1998 by CTW Publishing Co. The hardcover book is mostly about Vocabulary as well as Alphabet and Counting and it is thought of as first-rate juvenile literature. The book is 80 pages long and it contains some exquisitly colored illustrations. CTW Books. If you want a copy of this book for your kids, visit our affilate add to shopping cart button on this site.

Toddlers can have fun while learning their ABC's and 1, 2, 3's with their favorite Sesame Street characters and Muppet close friends in this colorful hardcover. The ABC Book of Words helps kids master the alphabet and new vocabulary, while The Counting Book makes counting fun by drawing from Sesame Street favorites like"one broom swooshing"to"100 Twiddlebugs at the Twiddlebug Fair!"Together, these books make a perfect pair for any toddler!

Learning words and numbers is fun with Huge Bird, Elmo, Grover, and the other Sesame Street friends along to help. The M spread, for example, shows a moonlit mountain landscape, with Sesame Street detectives Ernie and Bert investigating (with a magnifying glass, needless to say) the mystery in the missing mitten. Two educational books in one specific terrific treasury! (Ages 4 to 8) --Emilie Coulter In the initial half of this sturdy oversized book, each and every page capabilities a letter, A to Z, accompanied by a scene featuring objects starting with that letter. Young readers will take pleasure in pointing out the mitten beneath a tree using a mouse curled up inside and a moose lurking nearby. In the second half inside the book, illustrations depict a single broom sweeping, swooshing; two hammers pounding, pounding; 3 big bales of hay; 4 round rubber tires, and so on as considerably as 20, then continuing with 30, 40, 50, and so on. , to 100. By then, it takes an entire Sesame Street Fair to show all the items so far enumerated.


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