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Sesame Beginnings: Oops! (Sesame Street)

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· Random House Books for Young Readers
· Board · Ages 0-3 years
· August 9, 2011 · $6.99 · 978-0-375-87365-2 (0-375-87365-1)

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Sesame Beginnings: Oops! (Sesame Street)
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This Sesame Beginnings board book tackles the topic of making mistakes. Separate vignettes show the Sesame Babies making small blunders, such as accidentally bopping another with a squishy ball, tipping a bowl of cereal, splattering paint on the wall, or tearing a page in a book. In each instance, the little one is reassured that it's okay to make mistakes—because everybody does sometimes—and that a remedy is at hand. The oopsies are those common to all toddlers, and the tone throughout is soothing and supportive. A simple pull-tab at the end lets tots help Elmo set his own "OOPS!" (a cup of spilled milk) to rights.

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