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Count to 10, explore the alphabet, discover shapes, learn about opposites, and find the missing teddy bear in this big, colorful board book. Sesame Street's beloved Elmo guides young readers to lift more than 60 flaps to reveal humorous and edifying surprises. Over the word "dry," Grover gazes unsuspectingly into a garden hose. Turn the flap and guess what happens! Grover learns all about "wet." A towering pyramid of alphabet blocks contains objects starting with the same letter behind each flap: alligator, book, cookies. Large, sturdy flaps allow rough-tough toddler hands to clutch and pull as much as they want with minimal risk of tearing. Children will adore the bright, bold illustrations of Jim Henson's familiar Muppet characters and beg to return to this book again and again. (Baby to preschool) --Emilie Coulter
This is one of my niece's favorite books! It's a staple in my "auntie bag" which I take with me when I go over to watch her. It's the first thing she pulls out... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Meghan
My 22 year old son had this book as a toddler and preschooler. My grandson found the book and it became his favorite so I bought the book again for my son's children. Read morePublished 10 months ago by annieboe
I love this book and so does my daughter. It has all the characters in it that I remember from when I was little. She loves all the flaps and there is a lot to look at. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Christina M.
Each pages has lots of flip up sections. Outlines shapes, words, alphabet, and more. It's a favorite when my daughter wants to read a book on her own. Read morePublished on Oct. 5 2013 by Elizabeth Driscoll
Made a great girt that the 1 year old instantly loved but I wish the flaps were sturdier- one tore a little the first time we opened it.Published on April 9 2012 by AvidReader
I bought this for my two year old granddaughter who is curious about what is underneath the flaps. She knows her abc's,numbers and Sesame Street Characters. Read morePublished on March 14 2012 by cecie