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Monster Faces (Sesame Street)

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· Random House Books for Young Readers
· Board · Ages 0-3 years
· August 13, 1996 · $3.99 · 978-0-679-87761-5 (0-679-87761-4)

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Monster Faces (Sesame Street)
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Illustrated in full color. Whose face is that on the cover? That's right--it's red-hot Elmo! Toddlers will learn to link facial expressions to emotions as they take a close-up look at some of the funniest, fuzziest monster faces on Sesame Street! Zoe has yummy lollipop--look how happy she is! Elmo has a sad face--he's just dropped his ice cream cone. Poor Elmo! Can you make a "sorry Elmo" face?

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