Though Big Bird makes a mess trying to help Granny get well, she appreciates the fact that he came.
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Grade 1-3-- When Granny Bird becomes ill with a cold, Big Bird goes to help her. The soup he makes is cold (Granny gets up to heat it up and make him a birdseed sandwich); he goes to the seashore to get salty water for her to gargle and tracks in sand (which Granny gets up to sweep from the floor); and he spills rice all over the floor when he attempts to make supper (Granny gets up to sweep it up). Big Bird begins to cry and is comforted by Granny who says, "Big Bird, you did help! Just seeing you makes me feel better." The book ends with a hug. The illustrations are typical of those in the multitude of other books featuring Sesame Street characters, realistically drawn and in full color. The main attraction of this book will be its ties to the popular television show and the hundreds of commercial products featuring these characters. It does, however, have a passable plot and a readable text that will provide readers with an enjoyable story while helping them increase their fluency in the reading process. --Sharron McElmeel, Cedar Rapids Community Schools, IA
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Book Description Random House Books for Young Readers, 1989. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0394822471
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