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Please and Thank You A Book about Manners By Naomi Kleinberg Illustrated by David Dees What could be more fun than learning new things with the encouragement of favorite Sesame Street friends? Using playful, interactive text laced with laugh-out-loud humor, Play with Me Sesame books invite preschoolers to have lots of fun while learning important concepts and skills along with Elmo, Ernie, Zoe, and their pals. With a handle that’s just the right size for little hands, this sturdy board book can travel everywhere with a child, making it easy to share the fun and learning with schoolmates, parents, grandparents, sitters, and friends. Come along—and Play with Me Sesame! “Sesame Workshop,”® “Sesame Street,”® and associated characters, trademarks, and design elements are owned and licensed by Sesame Workshop. © 2009 Sesame Workshop. All Rights Reserved. “Play with Me” is a trademark of MTV Networks, a division of Viacom International, Inc. Published in the United States by Random House Children’s Books, a division of Random House, Inc., New York, and in Canada by Random House of Canada Limited, Toronto, in conjunction with Sesame Workshop. Random House and colophon are registered trademarks of Random House, Inc. ISBN: 978-0-375-84535-2 Library of Congress Control Number: 2008920238 MANUFACTURED IN CHINA 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

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What Do You Hear, Dear?


You seem a little

absentminded, Prairie.

There are so many feelings and each has a name. But there can be more than one word For emotions that are really the same. Unhappy could be sorrowful or sad. Joyful also means happy or glad. Everyone has feelings—so many, it’s true. Let’s learn about them together—all of us, and all of you!

Uh-oh! Am I feeling a little forgetful today?

What did Prairie Dawn forget to do?


You seem a little

absentminded, Prairie.

There are so many feelings and each has a name. But there can be more than one word For emotions that are really the same. Unhappy could be sorrowful or sad. Joyful also means happy or glad. Everyone has feelings—so many, it’s true. Let’s learn about them together—all of us, and all of you!

Uh-oh! Am I feeling a little forgetful today?

What did Prairie Dawn forget to do?


Me feel very

giggly!

You ’re in a funny mood, Ernie.

Giggly is such a silly word! I am amused!

I ’ m feeling kind of

silly.

You silly-billy!

What do YOU do when you feel silly?

What makes YOU feel all giggly?


Me feel very

giggly!

You ’re in a funny mood, Ernie.

Giggly is such a silly word! I am amused!

I ’ m feeling kind of

silly.

You silly-billy!

What do YOU do when you feel silly?

What makes YOU feel all giggly?


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Giggly and Wiggly: A Book About Feelings