Twas the Night Before Christmas on Sesame Street (My First Big Storybook) (Board book)
Jingle all the way with Sesame Street in this delightful retelling of the classic 'Twas the Night Before Christmas story for babies and toddlers, part of the revolutionary series that offers a new, guided-reading approach to children's books!
Share in the magic of the holiday in this picture book for toddlers and children ages 3-7, the perfect Christmas gift and stocking stuffer! It's Christmas Eve, and Cookie Monster is dozing peacefully, until a sleigh and eight tiny reindeer land on Sesame Street! Cookie Monster is delighted to have a surprise visit from Santa Claus, but there's just one problem: he's already eaten all of Santa's cookies! Luckily, Elmo, Abby Cadabby, and the rest of their Sesame Street friends are ready to help! Filled with guided interactive prompts alongside the story that make learning fun, this festive read aloud is perfect to share with preschoolers and toddlers for family-time this season.
You don't need to be an avid reader, a performer or an expert with children to relax and enjoy fun ways to engage with the little ones during story time. This brand new and unique approach to children's books allows anyone who is shy or slightly discouraged about the perfect read aloud experience. My First Big Storybook has subtle prompts, questions, and guides to make sure that story time and that precious bonding experience is magical.
Example of prompts inside:
- Can you name some differences among the presents under the tree?
- Let's count the number of stars in the window!
- Can you find a rectangle?
About the Author
Sesame Workshop is the nonprofit educational organization behind the world-renowned children’s program Sesame Street. With the mission of helping kids grow smarter, stronger, and kinder, Sesame Workshop has worked with educators to develop programs tailored to the unique needs of children all over the world. Sesame Workshop works to teach the whole child, providing lessons on topics from ABCs and 123s to health, emotional well-being, and respect.