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[[Image:TwiddleDream.jpg|thumb|300px|''The Twiddlebugs' Dream House'' (1983)]]
 
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'''The Twiddlebugs' Dream House''' tells the story of the [[Twiddlebug]] family, who live in a lovely milk carton home. They stumble upon a dollhouse, which they feel is more beautiful and more inviting than their previous home.
 
'''The Twiddlebugs' Dream House''' tells the story of the [[Twiddlebug]] family, who live in a lovely milk carton home. They stumble upon a dollhouse, which they feel is more beautiful and more inviting than their previous home.
   

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File:TwiddleDream.jpg
Written by Pat Tornborg
Illustrator photographs by Alan Gelman
Published 1983
Publisher Golden Press
Series Sesame Street Book Club

The Twiddlebugs' Dream House tells the story of the Twiddlebug family, who live in a lovely milk carton home. They stumble upon a dollhouse, which they feel is more beautiful and more inviting than their previous home.

However, they don't realize that their new house is owned by a young girl, and they're baffled when they notice that furniture disappears and shows up in different areas of the house.

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