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Is My Face Red! (Sesame Street)
A Book of Colorful Feelings
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· Random House Books for Young Readers
· Board · Ages 2-5 years
· June 26, 2012 · $5.99 · 978-0-307-93055-2 (0-307-93055-6)

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Is My Face Red! (Sesame Street)
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Emotions are sometimes described in terms of color: green with envy, feeling blue, and in the pink, to name a few. In this sturdy board book, Elmo, Grover, Big Bird, Oscar, Zoe, Bert, Ernie, and Abby Cadabby show toddlers how different interactions give rise to a range of feelings, at the same time teaching about color, consideration for others, and how language can be used in unexpected ways.

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