Hi -- sorry you're seeing that glitch with notifications. We've figured out what's going on, and we'll be releasing the patch to fix it later this afternoon. That'll clear the notification that isn't going away. Sorry about that; it'll be better soon! :)
Hey, great job catching all those redirects! Just a tip on page moves and renames, though. OpenLibrary isn't our guide to spelling: the actual book cover is. I moved Where Is Elmo's Blanket? back because that's exactly how it is on the cover (and I'd have to check but I'm fairly certain the consensus of our Wiki discussion on that long ago was to generally follow the standard rule, which would be to capitalize verbs, but if not, it would be to go with the actual cover or title card, not an outside source). Just keep that in mind. Thanks!
Sure! A lot of those are thin because we want to include every book published, but we didn't always have access to the actual book (just a cover and basic publishing info). And of course just the time to get to them all (I have bookshelves filled with titles I haven't finished mining yet). We're always glad for that, and if possible, include a "Characters" list of who appears in the book, unless it's obvious from the cover (you know, a Bear book with only Bear or maybe Ojo and you've mentioned them in the summary). See the list on Grover and the Everything in the Whole Wide World Museum for an example (obviously a book where the summary would be shorter but the character list longer, since it's mainly to showcase vocabulary words, concepts, and characters).
Thanks for your work so far! Glad to have you here!
Hi, you're going a little overboard on the Elmo's World character pages. Every character based from an object that enters EW is considered anthropomorphic, so I don't think there's any real point in saying that on every page.