Just One You! (Sesame Street Scribbles) (Hardcover)

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Jump for joy and be the best you in this bestselling Sesame Street picture book about individuality, a sweet back to school gift for kids!

There's nobody in the world quite like you! Join Elmo, Cookie Monster, Big Bird, and all of your favorite Sesame Street friends as they celebrate all of the spectacular reasons you're one of a kind! In this sweet and inspiring story, children will discover all the ways they're unique, encouraging them to always believe in themselves with this delightful self-esteem and bedtime book for kids.

The perfect inspirational children's book and gift for toddlers and kids ages 3-7 for graduation, birthdays, Valentine's Day, first day of school, or whenever they need a little encouragement, this joyful Elmo book helps families and classrooms value the remarkable beauty of differences, inspiring children to always be the best they can be.

This is a story that's all about you,

and all the spectacular things that you do.

So please come along and we'll show you it's true:

there is just one and only wonderful YOU!

You're strong and you're brave; you're a grand superhero.

You give one hundred percent. You never give zero!

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.


Product Details
ISBN: 9781402297359
ISBN-10: 1402297351
Publisher: Sourcebooks Wonderland
Publication Date: April 1st, 2015
Pages: 32
Language: English
Series: Sesame Street Scribbles

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