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SS3MinuteStories
Illustrator Bob Berry
Tom Brannon
Joe Ewers
Published 2007
Publisher Publications International
ISBN 1412788900

3 Minute Stories is a 2007 collection of twenty Sesame Street short stories to read aloud, and is part of a series which aims to encourage parents to read to their kids.

Contents

all stories are illustrated by DiCicco Studios, except as noted.

  • "Elmo and Oscar": written by Gayla Amaral
  • "Grover's One Man Band (Part 1)": written by Elizabeth Clasing, illustrated by Joe Ewers and DiCicco Studios
  • "Ernie's Space Adventure": written by Guy Davis
  • "Nighttime Zoo": written by Gayla Amaral
  • "Hats Off to Big Bird": written by Guy Davis, illustrated by Bob Berry
  • "Someone to Play with Grover": written by Guy Davis
  • "Elmo's Music Box": written by Gayla Amaral
  • "Cookie's Monster": written by Catherine McCafferty
  • "Zoe's Silly Secret": written by Guy Davis
  • "Under the Bed": written by Guy Davis
  • "Elmo's Fantasy Band": written by Guy Davis, illustrated by Tom Brannon and Bob Berry
  • "Winter into Spring": written by Catherine McCafferty, illustrated by Bob Berry
  • "Elmo's Wonderful Day": written by Elizabeth Clasing, illustrated by Tom Brannon and DiCicco Studios
  • "Grover's One Man Band (Part 2)": written by Elizabeth Clasing, illustrated by Joe Ewers and DiCicco Studios
  • "Big Bird: Photographer": written by Gayla Armand
  • "Sing-Along": written by Elizabeth Clasing and Brooke Zimmerman
  • "Say Good Night, Ernie": written by Guy Davis
  • "Bubble Trouble": written by Elizabeth Clasing, illustrated by Maggie Swanson and DiCicco Studios
  • "Zoe's Penny": written by Elizabeth Clasing
  • "What Do You See, Elmo?": written by Elizabeth Clasing

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