Other books byNaomi Kleinberg
Elmo's Christmas Snowman (Sesame Street)
Elmo, Abby Cadabby, and their Sesame Street friends are building a snowman on Christmas Eve, but there's not enough snow to make it big enough to last! Boys and girls ages 1–4 will laugh out loud when they see how this story ends, and they'll love leafing through this sturdy board book with loads of glitter on the cover and every page.
Giggly and Wiggly A Book About Feelings (Sesame Street)
Teaching toddlers how to express and communicate their feelings is a challenge for many parents and caregivers. Elmo and friends make learning about feelings both simple and fun as they show that there can be more than one word to describe the same emotion. The rhyming text encourages interactivity as it presents the feelings, such as giggly and highspirited, wiggly and antsy, shy and bashful. The die-cut handle makes this a book that toddlers can take anywhere.
Please and Thank You (Sesame Street)
A Book about Manners
Elmo, Grover, and their Sesame Street friends offer young readers a brief and humorous introduction to good manners. Using a mix of real-life and absurdly funny social situations, the characters demonstrate the basics of courtesy, civility, and kindness. Prompts encourage toddlers to share their own responses, making the learning both interactive and fun.
Sesame Beginnings: Bath Time! (Sesame Street)
IT’S BATH TIME on Sesame Street and the Sesame Street babies show toddlers what they do in the tub. From rub-a-dub-dubbing to splashing and humming, Baby Elmo and his friends tell all about what makes bath time so satisfying and so much fun. Toddlers can touch Elmo’s little towel in the last spread! Note: There is a hint of adult supervision on every page—very important for toddler tub time!