A Visit to the Sesame Street Museum
Random House/Children's Television Workshop, Jan 1, 1987 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
Illus. in full color. Curious to see a moon rock, Bert and his friends go to
the Sesame Street Museum, where they find all the marvels of art, science, and
history that a museum can offer, from dinosaurs to Egyptian mummies. This
lively book shows youngsters that a trip to a museum can be an adventure filled
with discoveries. "A nice little book with a worthy message."--(starred)
"Science Books &; Films.
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