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And I see you grabbed the computer games! I never knew that Sesame computer games were released on cassettes!
 
And I see you grabbed the computer games! I never knew that Sesame computer games were released on cassettes!
   
Hey, where did you find the back cover for the Kids' Favorite Songs sampler? I could only find the front cover, and I want to try to find the catalog number. It looks like it was sponsored by Oral-B!
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Nice Kids' Favorite Songs sampler! I didn't even know about that one. Now I'm trying to find the catalog number. It looks like it was sponsored by Oral-B!

Latest revision as of 04:48, July 21, 2012

Hey, I forgot to show you a couple of things. Here is a triple pack of Golden books and tapes. Notice how the packaging never says what titles you get? That's why I think a lot of the sets were randomly packaged, especially the ones with 2 books on 1 tape. And notice how 2 tapes have a number but no year, and the other one has a year but no number? That's what drives me crazy when I find loose tapes. Check out that back cover, though! I'll have to see if I have that all down in my notes.

I also saw a group of tapes that included a BT tape from the book and tape series. But I think it sold, because I can't find it now. I just wanted to show you because I'd never seen one before.

And I see you grabbed the computer games! I never knew that Sesame computer games were released on cassettes!

Nice Kids' Favorite Songs sampler! I didn't even know about that one. Now I'm trying to find the catalog number. It looks like it was sponsored by Oral-B!

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