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Abby's Pink Party (Sesame Street)

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Board Book published by Random House Books for Young Readers (Random House Children's Books)

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Abby Cadabby is feeling blue because it's her birthday—and no one remembered! Even a walk around Sesame Street with Elmo doesn't cheer Abby up. But there's something going on behind the scenes, and toddlers will figure out just before Abby does that there's a happy—and pink—surprise waiting for her right inside her own front door: Grover, Murray, Zoe, Big Bird, and Cookie Monster are giving Abby a birthday party after all! A die-cut flap at the end reveals a BIG homemade birthday card!
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Abby Cadabby is feeling blue because it's her birthday—and no one remembered! Even a walk around Sesame Street with Elmo doesn't cheer Abby up. But there's something going on behind the scenes, and toddlers will figure out just before Abby does that there's a happy—and pink—surprise waiting for her right inside her own front door: Grover, Murray, Zoe, Big Bird, and Cookie Monster are giving Abby a birthday party after all! A die-cut flap at the end reveals a BIG homemade birthday card!
Product Details
Board Book (12 pages)
Published: December 27, 2011
Publisher: Random House Children's Books
Imprint: Random House Books for Young Readers
ISBN: 9780307929563
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