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Before anyone says anything, yes, the article text reads like an advertisement because it IS. The text came from the Upcoming Sesame Street storybooks page, where ALL of the descriptions come from the publisher. There are many book articles one this wiki like that, so when I made this page, I didn't bother to change it because in the past nobody seemed to care, and it doesn't seem to be a big deal (Besides, there are some storybook pages on this wiki that have NO text at all, just a title)--Gonzofan 19:39, December 27, 2011 (UTC)
- Yeah, nothing wrong with using press release or publisher text when we have nothing else, but it should always be noted so it's clear and so we're not plagiarizing (if it's not made clear on the Upcoming or other pages, then its hould, and if you spot it, please make the appropriate adjustment; we use stuff like "Sesame Workshop press release/description," "Official description," "Publisher's description," whatever's appropriate). We rewrite later when someone has the actual book, but as you observed that often doesn't happen. -- Andrew Leal (talk) 19:44, December 27, 2011 (UTC)