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Nonsense

Prairie Dawn's Upside-Down Poem & Other Nonsense From Sesame Street (1981)

Written by David Korr
Illustrator Tom Cooke
Published 1981
Publisher Golden Press
Series Sesame Street Book Club
ISBN 0307231305

Prairie Dawn's Upside-Down Poem is a "Sesame Street Book Club" offering published in 1981. The book was reissued in 1982 as The Sesame Street Book of Nonsense.

Poems and stories include "Big Bird's Rhyme", "Oscar's Poem", "Grover's Me Poem", "My Buddy Bert", "Rhyme Without Cookies", "The Mystery of the Missing Muffins", "Ernie's Riddles", "Big Bird's Fish Poem", "The Count's Counting Rhyme", "More Ernie's Riddles", "Oscar's Riddles", "All the Nice Things I Could Think of to Write Down Before I Ran Out of Paper", "Prairie Dawn's Upside-Down Poem", "Herry's Tongue Twister", and "The Altogether Poem".

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Big Bird, Oscar the Grouch, Grover, Grover's Mommy, Ernie, Bert, Cookie Monster, Sherlock Hemlock, The Amazing Mumford, Marvin Monster, Count von Count, Betty Lou, Snuffy, Prairie Dawn, Herry Monster, Harvey Monster, Rubber Duckie

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