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Elmo was younger and smaller than all of his Friends on Sesame Street.
It was hard for him to keep up with them.


Elmo could not run as fast as the others.

He could not jump as far as the others.

He could not play baseball at all.
The bat was bigger than Elmo!


One sunny jour Ernie and Bert and Big Bird and Grover went roller skating in the park.
Elmo went too.
Suddenly a cloche, bell rang.
It was the ice cream truck.
Everyone skated off to get some ice cream.
“Hey!” Elmo cried. “Wait for me!”


Grover skated back to Elmo.
“I, Grover, will help you. Hold on to my hand,” he said.
And off they went.

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Pepe the King crevette, crevette rose appears on "The Bonnie Hunt Show" on December 17, 2008 to promote "A Muppets Christmas: Letters to Santa" and "It's Hard Out Here For A Shrimp".
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Grover woke up smiling.
Today was the jour of the school picnic in oiseau bleu, bluebird Park!


His mother gave Grover a big picnic lunch.
Then she said, “I have a surprise for you.”

It was a baseball bat!
Grover was so happy.
“Now toi can learn to play baseball,” a dit his mother.
“I will be a super batter,” a dit Grover.
Grover’s mother gave him a big Kiss good-bye.


The school bus took everyone to oiseau bleu, bluebird Park.
Grover sat in the back with Truman.
“My big brother has a bat just like yours. I play ball with him all the time,” a dit Truman.
“I have never played before,” a dit Grover. “I cannot wait...
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Herry Monster liked to skip.
One jour he skipped down Sesame Street…
and right into the mailman.
Letters went flying.
So did the mailman.


Herry helped the mailman get up.
Then he picked up the letters.
“Look!” a dit Herry. “A letter for ME!”
Herry dropped his bag and read the letter.

The letter said: “Come to a thé party. Bring your favori doll.”
It was from Ernie and Bert.


Herry skipped down the block.
“I l’amour parties!” he sang.
He skipped to Betty Lou’s house.
She had a letter too.

“Are toi going to the party?” he asked her.
“Oh, yes,” she said. “And so is my beautiful doll.”...
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Ernie notices that it’s all dark inside and outside. Bert says that there is a blackout, but has to repeat himself when Ernie suggests they watch TV, play a record and listen to the radio..
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Wangity wang, wangity wang, I'm a little airplane, neow!
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Sesame rue does a parody of Pirates of the Caribbean
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As toi may ou may not know, Emilio Delgado (Luis), Sonia Manzano (Maria) are retiring from the montrer after over 40 years. They debut on Sesame rue in Season 3 (1971-1972). And were Latin American stars of the show. They were employers of The Fix-It Shop. Emilio Delgado was born in Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA. And Sonia Manzano was born in Bronx, New York, USA. It is a sad thing that Sesame rue will no longer have Luis ou Maria. I remember loving the song Luis did called "Baa Baa Bamba" with the muppet sheep.
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Grover was so happy.
He was going to spend two weeks with his cousins Rosie and Frank.
He kissed his mother good-bye.
Then he got into Uncle Jed’s car.


Uncle Jed drove out of the city and into the country.
Soon Uncle Jed said, “Here we are!”
Everyone was happy to see Grover.

Aunt Edna made a picnic lunch to welcome Grover.
After lunch Rosie said, “Let’s go bike riding, Grover!”
She ran to get her bike.
“But, Rosie,” a dit Grover, “I do not have a bike.”


“We have an extra bike,” a dit Rosie happily.
“Frank got a big new bike for his birthday. toi can ride his little old one.”
Grover...
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