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* ''[[Sesame Street coloring books|Shape Up!]]'' (1987)
 
* ''[[Sesame Street coloring books|Shape Up!]]'' (1987)
 
* ''[[The Sesame Street ABC Book of Words]]'' (1988)
 
* ''[[The Sesame Street ABC Book of Words]]'' (1988)
* ''[[Rise and Shine!]]'' (1996)
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* ''[[Rise and Shine!]]'' (1996; reworked as ''Up, Up, Up!'' in 2011)
 
* ''[[Grover's Farm (book)|Grover's Farm]]'' (2001)
 
* ''[[Grover's Farm (book)|Grover's Farm]]'' (2001)
 
* ''[[Sesame Street Train Station]]'' (2001)
 
* ''[[Sesame Street Train Station]]'' (2001)
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* ''[[Elmo Animal Mix & Match]]'' (2008)
 
* ''[[Elmo Animal Mix & Match]]'' (2008)
 
* ''[[Let's Help the Earth]]'' (2008)
 
* ''[[Let's Help the Earth]]'' (2008)
* ''[[Up, Up, Up!]]'' (2011)
 
   
 
==Merchandise==
 
==Merchandise==

Latest revision as of 21:13, July 13, 2012

Farmer Grover is Grover's farmyard alter ego. He only made two appearances on Sesame Street -- and was not a presence on the show in the way that Super Grover and Marshal Grover are -- but he has been a regular subject for books and other spin-off merchandise.


Picture Theme Earliest Known Appearance Description
1800-13
Fire Episode 0348 Kermit smells smoke. An Anything Muppet girl tells him that there's a fire "over there", and Kermit screams for the fireman. Grover comes along wearing a white coat and a stethoscope; then carrying a pitchfork, and talking about his cows, chickens and the barn. Kermit reminds him that a fireman puts out fires. When Grover finally arrives with a hose, they discover that the fire is coming from the girl toasting marshmallows over a small campfire.
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Horse and cart Episode 0666 Kermit and Fred the Wonder Horse teach Farmer Grover how to put a horse and cart together.

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MerchandiseEdit

Farmer Grover is also included in the Sesame Street Express Train Play Set, made by Knickerbocker in 1976, and in the Sesame Street trading cards made by Idolmaker in 1992.

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