When Grover moved to Sesame Street.
Written by Jocelyn Stevenson and illustrated by Tom Cooke.
Granny B. is proud to read to you...
This beautiful book is featuring the JIM HENSON'S SESAME STREET PUPPETS.
Grover's Mom got a new job, what means they have to move to Sesame Street.
Grover has to leave his best friend behind and is very sad.
As son as he arrives in Sesame Street he makes friends with Big Bird.
Soon after, he meets Bert and Ernie, Oscar , the grouch, cookie monster and Betty Lou.
He is very happy to get so many new friends!
A little blue monster named Herry finds life in his family greatly changed after he gets a new baby sister.
Video of Grover reading everyone's all time favorite book The Monster at the End of this Book.
This is the Grover Goes to School Book On tape from sesame streat. Happy Mothers Day! My mom wanted to hear and see this book, because she read it when she was a kid. So We Ordered the tape, scanned the books pictures and This is what came out of it!
Written by Sarah Rogers Illustrated by Tom Leigh Voiced by Sean Rogers Big Bird wants to play games with his friends, but he's too big and gets in the way. When Big Bird cries, his friends decide to make the games bigger.
Anybody Can Play! A Sesame Street Book. Written by Jocelyn Stevenson. Illustrated by Beverly Phillips. Read by Granny B. Play doh creation by Granny B. We are very passionate about the importance of reading for children! We believe that all children should have the opportunity to read. Listening to books is an excellent way to begin your child’s love for books. It is one of the most important skills that children will ever possess. Reading with your child today, will not be forgotten tomorrow. These memories last a lifetime!! We always give credit to the Author, Illustrator, and Publisher for their awesome books. We thank them and look forward to their new books! We hope you enjoy our videos. Please LIKE and SUBSCRIBE to our channel! We love YouTube friends!! Thanks a million! See you next time! Keep reading, Granny B..
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