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The Together Book (Sesame Street) Revena Dwight 2017 Describes situations in which Sesame Street characters need help.
PC Mag 1989-02-28 PCMag.com is a leading authority on technology, delivering Labs-based, independent reviews of the latest products and services. Our expert industry analysis and practical solutions help you make better buying decisions and get more from technology.
New York Magazine 1989-12-11 New York magazine was born in 1968 after a run as an insert of the New York Herald Tribune and quickly made a place for itself as the trusted resource for readers across the country. With award-winning writing and photography covering everything from politics and food to theater and fashion, the magazine's consistent mission has been to reflect back to its audience the energy and excitement of the city itself, while celebrating New York as both a place and an idea.
The Sesame Street Dictionary Linda Hayward 1980 A dictionary of the vocabulary of very young children presenting for each word a definition, a sentence using the word, and an illustration of the sentence featuring Sesame Street characters.
Uncle John's Fully Loaded 25th Anniversary Bathroom Reader Bathroom Readers' Institute 2012-11-01 The Bathroom Reader turns 25! Uncle John is celebrating this historic milestone with his biggest all-new edition ever--more than 600 pages of absorbing material! 2012 ForeWord Reviews Book of the Year Awards, Honorable Mention in Humor Category 2013 IBPA Benjamin Franklin Award Gold Winner in Humor "Fully Loaded" is putting it mildly. This behemoth of a book is overflowing with incredible stories, surprising facts, weird news, little-known origins, forgotten history, fun wordplay, and everything else that millions of loyal fans have come to expect from the world's best-selling bathroom reading series. As always, it's divided by length: quickies for the reader on the go, medium-sized articles for those with a few minutes to spare, and extra-long pieces for those truly leg-numbing experiences. Here are just a few of the hundreds of topics loaded into this edition of America's favorite "on the go" source of fascinating information: * Forgotten Firsts * Dumb Crooks: Stoner Edition * Bizarre Japanese Video Games * The Kamikaze Instruction Manual * Our Lady of the Little Green Men * The Worst Fire in American History * The World's Worst Business Decision * The New Years Eve Opossum Drop * Do Blondes Really Have More Fun? * Failed Doomsday Predictions * When Toilets Explode * And much, much more!
A Day in the Life of Oscar the Grouch Linda Hayward 1992 Oscar the Grouch describes the things he likes about living in a garbage can on Sesame Street, as well as the things that make him grouchy.
From Trash to Treasure Liza Alexander 1993 Everyone on Sesame Street understands it is important to recycle, but nobody does it quite like the Grouches!
New York Magazine 1989-09-11 New York magazine was born in 1968 after a run as an insert of the New York Herald Tribune and quickly made a place for itself as the trusted resource for readers across the country. With award-winning writing and photography covering everything from politics and food to theater and fashion, the magazine's consistent mission has been to reflect back to its audience the energy and excitement of the city itself, while celebrating New York as both a place and an idea.
The Unseen Photos of Street Gang: How We Got to Sesame Street Trevor Crafts 2021-12-07 The official companion book to the feature-length documentary Street Gang: How We Got to Sesame Street, featuring previously unpublished photographs from the earliest seasons of Sesame Street and interviews with cast and crew This official tie-in book to the documentary Street Gang: How We Got to Sesame Street supplements the film’s exploration of the origins and legacy of Sesame Street with exclusive interviews and unseen photographs from the earliest seasons of the globally beloved series. Author Trevor Crafts, who was given unprecedented access to archival footage and photography, presents 150 of photographer David Attie’s behind-the-scenes images of Jim Henson, Frank Oz, Matt Robinson, Big Bird, Oscar the Grouch, Bert and Ernie, and dozens of other pioneering puppeteers, animators, actors, and Muppets. Crafts uses Attie’s photos to expand upon the film’s story of how show creator Joan Ganz Cooney, along with Sesame Workshop co-founder Lloyd Morrisett, director Jon Stone, and Muppet creator Jim Henson, took the values and goals of the civil rights movement and revolutionized children’s television. The Unseen Photos of Street Gang is a tribute to the enduring achievements of a rebellious group of artists, educators, and freethinkers who believed that the values of equality, education, and inclusion should not just be championed but also made available to all—a dream that Sesame Street has carried forward for more than fifty years.
The Messy Alphabet Book! Sesame Workshop 2019-08-06 Join Elmo, Oscar, and their Sesame Street friends as they splat, splash, crash, and dash their way through the alphabet! You don't need to be an avid reader, a performer or an expert with children to relax and enjoy new fun ways to engage with the little ones during story time. This brand new and unique approach to children's books allows anyone who is shy or slightly discouraged at the thought of the perfect reading aloud experience. My First Big Storybook has subtle prompts, questions and guides to make sure that story time and that precious bonding experience is magical. Examples: Elmo and his friends are hiding. Let's play peek-a-boo and pretend we're hiding, too! Let's count the number of stars in Elmo's window! Can you find a rectangle?
Another Monster at the End of This Book (Sesame Street Series) Jon Stone 2014-04-30 Thereðs something waiting at the end of this book. Could it beÛa monster?! Lovable, furry old Grover is about to find outÜand heðs bringing his equally lovable and furry friend Elmo with him!
It's Earth Day, Cookie Monster! Mary Lindeen 2020-01-01 On Earth Day, people celebrate what makes Earth special. Follow Cookie Monster and his friends from Sesame Street as they learn to be kind to Earth, on Earth Day and every day! Learn who started Earth Day, why it's important, and the different ways people celebrate it, from having a parade to cleaning up a park. Interior paper made with 30 percent recycled post-consumer waste fibers.
Sesame Street: a Celebration 2009
Cookie Andrea Posner-Sanchez 2019 Introduces Cookie Monster and what he likes to do, say, and play.
New York Magazine 1993-12-20 New York magazine was born in 1968 after a run as an insert of the New York Herald Tribune and quickly made a place for itself as the trusted resource for readers across the country. With award-winning writing and photography covering everything from politics and food to theater and fashion, the magazine's consistent mission has been to reflect back to its audience the energy and excitement of the city itself, while celebrating New York as both a place and an idea.
How to Be a Grouch (Sesame Street) Caroll Spinney 2019 "Oscar the Grouch shares all of his grouchy secrets on being a grouch!"--Amazon
The Monster at the End of This Book Jon Stone 2015 Adapted into a sturdy board book format, a best-selling Sesame Street Little Golden Book classic follows a frantic Grover's efforts to prevent readers from turning the pages and finding the not-so-scary monster at the end of the book. TV tie-in.
Oscar-the-Grouch's Alphabet of Trash Jeffrey Moss 1977 Oscar-the-Grouch recites the alphabet from a crumpled alphabet sheet to a zigzagged zipper.
Five Little Pumpkins on Sesame Street Sesame Workshop 2021-08-03 Enjoy a special treat on Sesame Street with the Five Little Pumpkins in this new Halloween picture book for kids! Come along for a spooky night of Halloween fun with this adorable adaptation of the classic sing-along song "Five Little Pumpkins" with beloved Sesame Street characters! Join Elmo, Cookie Monster, Abby, Zoe, and Grover in the adventure as they get dressed as five little pumpkins and go out trick-or treating. Perfect for toddlers and children ages 4-7, this sweet Elmo book from world-renowned brand Sesame Street makes a great trick-or-treat basket stuffer and Halloween gift for kids that you'll want to read and sing again and again! PLUS - Create your own pumpkin fun and get spooky with Halloween masks in the back of the book! This bonus activity includes three paper masks grown-ups can help their child cut out and wear! Five little pumpkins on Sesame Street, were ready to go out and trick-or-treat! They grabbed their bags, and they skipped out the door, to meet with their friends at the stoop once more!
Grover and Big Bird's Passover Celebration Tilda Balsley 2014-01-01 Grover and Big Bird are in a hurry to get to the Passover seder, but—uh, oh!—there are many delays. Moishe Oofnik comes to the rescue in his tumbledown truck, but will they arrive in time to ask the Four Questions?
Go Green with Sesame Street ® Jennifer Boothroyd 2020-09-01 Sesame Street friends know it's important to care for Earth. Super Grover is water-wise, Cookie Monster learns about Earth Day, Big Bird fights pollution . . . how can you be kind to Earth?
The Wisdom of Big Bird (and the Dark Genius of Oscar the Grouch) Caroll Spinney 2007-12-18 An inspiring message for all ages: Find your inner bird. If you’re looking for wisdom and joy in your life, go straight to Sesame Street and heed the words of its most beloved and profound resident, Caroll Spinney, who has spent the past thirty-four years in a bird costume (and a trash can) as Big Bird and Oscar the Grouch. Three decades inside a giant puppet have taught Spinney a valuable and surprising lesson: Being a bird can make you a better person. In The Wisdom of Big Bird, the living legend of Sesame Street describes how we can all find our inner bird (or grouch). Each chapter illustrates a piece of useful wisdom Spinney has gleaned from a career in feathers. The lessons Big Bird teaches children every day on Sesame Street are the same ones that have brought Spinney success and satisfaction in his own life. Warm, witty, and affirming, Caroll Spinney’s memoir proves that being a bird can make you a better and happier person. “Every day on Sesame Street, we strive to give our innocent young audience the basis of a lifelong education. It is no accident that spending the past thirty-four years in the Bird suit teaching these lessons to others has taught me a few things, too.”—from The Wisdom of Big Bird (and the Dark Genius of Oscar the Grouch)
"Sesame Street" and the Reform of Children's Television Robert W. Morrow 2008-12-08 “[An] accessible, well-researched introduction to the people and principles behind the show’s creation . . . Essential.” —Choice (An Outstanding Academic Title of the Year) By the late 1960s more than a few critics of American culture groused about the condition of television programming and, in particular, the quality and content of television shows for children. In the eyes of the reform-minded, commercial television crassly exploited young viewers; its violence and tastelessness served no higher purpose than the bottom line. The Children’s Television Workshop (CTW)—and its fresh approach to writing and producing programs for kids—emerged from this growing concern. Sesame Street—CTW’s flagship hour-long show—aimed to demonstrate how television could help all preschoolers, including low-income urban children, prepare for first grade. In this engaging study Robert W. Morrow explores the origins and inner workings of CTW, how the workshop in New York scripted and designed Sesame Street, and how the show became both a model for network television and a thorn in its side. Through extensive archival research and a systematic study of sample programs from Sesame Street’s first ten seasons, Morrow tells the story of Sesame Street’s creation; the ideas, techniques, organization, and funding behind it; its place in public discourse; and its ultimate and unfortunate failure as an agent of commercial television reform. “An insightful look at American children's television.” —Library Journal
Sesame Street Oscar the Grouch's Green Stickers Sesame Street 2009-09-22 Leaves are green. Grapes are green. And so is Oscar the Grouch! This pocket-sized sticker book features plenty of green things, including plenty of Oscar illustrations, plus a turtle, tree, frog, dinosaur, grasshopper, snake, caterpillar, and more. Includes 25 stickers.
Alternatives Journal 2000 "Canadian environmental ideas & action" (varies).
Free-Range Kids, How to Raise Safe, Self-Reliant Children (Without Going Nuts with Worry) Lenore Skenazy 2009-05-26 FREE RANGE KIDS has become a national movement, sparked by the incredible response to Lenore Skenazy?s piece about allowing her 9-year-old ride the subway alone in NYC. Parent groups argued about it, bloggers, blogged, spouses became uncivil with each other, and the media jumped all over it. A lot of parents today, Skenazy says, see no difference between letting their kids walk to school and letting them walk through a firing range. Any risk is seen as too much risk. But if you try to prevent every possible danger or difficult in your child?s everyday life, that child never gets a chance to grow up. We parents have to realize that the greatest risk of all just might be trying to raise a child who never encounters choice or independence.
Sunny Days David Kamp 2020-05-12 From bestselling writer David Kamp, the engrossing, behind-the-scenes story of the cultural heroes who created the beloved children’s TV programs Sesame Street, The Electric Company, Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood, Free to Be...You and Me, and Schoolhouse Rock!—which collectively transformed American childhood for the better, teaching kids about diversity, the ABCs, and feminism through a fun, funky 1970s lens. With a foreword by Questlove In 1970, on a soundstage on Manhattan’s Upper West Side, a group of men, women, and Muppets of various ages and colors worked doggedly to finish the first season of a children’s TV program that was not yet assured a second season: Sesame Street. They were conducting an experiment to see if television could be used to better prepare disadvantaged preschoolers for kindergarten. What they didn’t know then was that they were starting a cultural revolution that would affect all American kids. In Sunny Days, bestselling author David Kamp captures the unique political and social moment that gave us not only Sesame Street, but also Fred Rogers’s gentle yet brave Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood; Marlo Thomas’s unabashed gender-politics primer Free to Be...You and Me; Schoolhouse Rock!, an infectious series of educational shorts dreamed up by Madison Avenue admen; and more, including The Electric Company, ZOOM, and Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids. It was a unique time when an uncommon number of media professionals and thought leaders leveraged their influence to help children learn—and, just as notably, a time of unprecedented buy-in from American parents. Kamp conducted rigorous research and interviewed such Sesame Street figures as Joan Ganz Cooney, Lloyd Morrisett, Sonia Manzano, Emilio Delgado, Loretta Long, Bob McGrath, and Frank Oz, along with Free to Be’s Marlo Thomas and The Electric Company’s Rita Moreno—and in Sunny Days, he explains how these and other like-minded individuals found their way into children’s television not for fame or money, but to make a difference. Fun, fascinating, and a masterful work of cultural history, Sunny Days captures a wondrous period in the US when a determined few proved that, with persistence and effort, they could change the lives of millions. It’s both a rollicking ride through a turbulent time and a joyful testament to what Americans are capable of at their best.
Sesame Street Glitter Tattoos Oscar the Grouch's Favorite Things DOVER STICKER 2010-02-01 Whether he's keeping dry under an umbrella or showing the world that he loves garbage, Oscar the Grouch is never far from his trusty trash can. This glittering collection of six easy-to-apply-and-remove tattoos includes three different images of Oscar, plus Slimey the Worm, a recycling bin, and an old baseball.
Free-Range Kids, Giving Our Children the Freedom We Had Without Going Nuts with Worry Lenore Skenazy 2009-04-20 A humorous yet poignant look into how much freedom American parents might be taking away from their children in the name of their safety.
New York Magazine 1989-09-18 New York magazine was born in 1968 after a run as an insert of the New York Herald Tribune and quickly made a place for itself as the trusted resource for readers across the country. With award-winning writing and photography covering everything from politics and food to theater and fashion, the magazine's consistent mission has been to reflect back to its audience the energy and excitement of the city itself, while celebrating New York as both a place and an idea.
B is for Books! (Sesame Street) Annie Cobb 2012-03-28 In this full color illustrated book, 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..."
Sesame Street "C" is for Cooking Susan McQuillan, M.S., R.D. 2009-10-05 Celebrate Sesame Street's 40th anniversary with this special edition cookbook! Introducing your kids to cooking is easy-with a little help from the Sesame Street gang. This special anniversary edition of Sesame Street's classic "C" is for Cooking is packed with tasty recipes from Elmo, Cookie Monster, Abby Cadabby, and friends, plus brand-new recipes from celebrity chefs to celebrate forty years of fun on the Street. Includes more than 55 delicious recipes that kids and parents can make together, plus fun food and cooking games and activities Filled with tasty dishes that appeal to young, picky eaters, such as Grover's Little & Adorable Chicken Nuggets and Rosita's Tortilla Soup Features 16 pages of simple, kid-friendly recipes and activities from celebrity chefs like Mark Bittman and Emeril Lagasse Filled with full-color photos and illustrations, plus food facts that engage children and encourage them to try new things Comes with a sheet of reusable stickers of foods, characters, numbers, and words With recipes for drinks, breakfasts, lunches, soups, dinners, side dishes, and sweets and treats, Sesame Street "C" is for Cooking is sure to be a hit with adults and kids.
Love the Fur You're In (Sesame Street) Random House 2019-04-23 Wise and witty advice from Sesame Street--perfect for graduation gifts, commencement speeches, or anyone looking to celebrate Sesame Street's 50th anniversary! Brought to you by Sesame Street and illustrated with 50 years of art from Sesame Street children's books, this is a wise and funny guide to life that's just right for fans of all ages, especially those who grew up with Sesame Street! Written with great heart and great humor, this hardcover book contains advice for being true to one's self and living life with a Sesame Street perspective--finding that sunny day! Inside you'll find treasures like: "Get out in the rain and dance!" "Don't hide your light under a trashcan lid." "Be someone's Super Grover!"--and much, much more. The rich, full-color art showcases classic characters such as Big Bird, Grover, Oscar, Ernie, Bert, Elmo, Cookie Monster, the Count--as well as Prairie Dawn, Betty Lou, Biff and Sully, Sherlock Hemlock, Guy Smiley, and others. The illustrations offer a look back across five decades of Sesame Street book art and give readers the opportunity to remember or discover a wide range of nostalgic art styles that took Sesame Street beyond television--and into the hands of generations of young book lovers. Celebrate the 50th anniversary of Sesame Street--a truly iconic part of our culture and an indelible part of growing up--with this gem of a book!
Trash That Trash, Elmo and Abby! Mary Lindeen 2020-01-01 Elmo and Abby take on trash in this friendly guide that teaches young readers about how litter impacts earth. Practical tips and a friendly Sesame Street approach encourage readers to take action against litter. How can you be kind to Earth? Interior paper made with 30 percent recycled post-consumer waste fibers.
Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle, Oscar! Mary Lindeen 2020-01-01 Oscar the Grouch knows a lot about trash, including how to reuse it! Read along as Oscar and friends show young readers that reducing, reusing, and recycling lessens their impact on the planet. Learn how to turn trash into treasure, like making old bottle caps into artwork. We can help Earth! Interior paper made with 30 percent recycled post-consumer waste fibers.
Free-Range Kids Lenore Skenazy 2021-06-16 Learn to raise independent, can-do kids with a new edition of the book that started a movement In the newly revised and expanded Second Edition of Free-Range Kids, New York columnist-turned-movement leader Lenore Skenazy delivers a compelling and entertaining look at how we got so worried about everything our kids do, see, eat, read, wear, watch and lick -- and how to bid a whole lot of that anxiety goodbye. With real-world examples, advice, and a gimlet-eyed look at the way our culture forces fear down our throats, Skenazy describes how parents and educators can step back so kids step up. Positive change is faster, easier and a lot more fun than you’d believe. This is the book that has helped millions of American parents feel brave and optimistic again – and the same goes for their kids. Using research, humor, and feisty common sense, the book shows: How parents can reject the media message, “Your child is in horrible danger!” How schools can give students more independence -- and what happens when they do. (Hint: Teachers love it.) How everyone can relax and successfully navigate a judge-y world filled with way too many warnings, scolds and brand new fears Perfect for parents and guardians of children of all ages, Free-Range Kids will also earn a place in the libraries of K-12 educators who want their students to blossom with newfound confidence and cheer.
The New Yorker Harold Wallace Ross 1983
Love from Sesame Street Sesame Workshop 2019-03-04 The New York Times Bestseller! Love is infinite. Love is giggles. Love is cookies. Explore all the definitions of love with your friends from Sesame Street! In this illustrated picture book, children will delight in seeing their favorite characters share what love means to them. This warm and uplifting story will show children to look for love in new ways in their everyday lives―and will brighten their day!
Street Gang Michael Davis 2008-12-26 Now an acclaimed documentary from Screen Media, the New York Times bestselling account of the story behind one of the most influential, durable, and beloved shows in the history of television: Sesame Street. “Davis tracks down every Sesame anecdote and every Sesame personality in his book . . . Finally, we get to touch Big Bird's feathers.” —The New York Times Book Review Sesame Street is the longest-running-and arguably most beloved- children's television program ever created. Today, it reaches some six million preschoolers weekly in the United States and countless others in 140 countries around the world. Street Gang is the compelling, comical, and inspiring story of a media masterpiece and pop-culture landmark. Television reporter and columnist Michael Davis-with the complete participation of Joan Ganz Cooney, one of the show's founders-unveils the idealistic personalities, decades of social and cultural change, stories of compassion and personal sacrifice, and miraculous efforts of writers, producers, directors, and puppeteers that together transformed an empty soundstage into the most recognizable block of real estate in television history.
Words on Cassette 1997