Series: Elmo's Learning Adventure

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Elmo's Learning Adventure: LET'S GO! by Lee HowardTransportation Theme - #1
Elmo's Learning Adventure: COUNTING ALL AROUND by Laura Gates GalvinParty Theme - #2
Elmo's Learning Adventure: ANIMAL ALPHABET by Kara McMahonAnimal Theme - #3
Elmo's Learning Adventure: MY A & B STORYBOOK by Susan HoodWhat Will I Be? Theme - #4
Elmo's Learning Adventure: ABBY IN WONDERLAND by Bonnie BrookeClassic Stories Theme - #5
Elmo's Learning Adventure: RHYMING RAPUNZEL by Jodie ShepherdOnce Upon a Time Theme - #7
Elmo's Learning Adventure: THE TOGETHER BOOK by Revena DwightProblem-Solving Theme - #8
Elmo's Learning Adventure: MY C & D STORYBOOK by Sarah AlbeeDance Theme - #9
Elmo's Learning Adventure: SESAME VALUES, VOL. 1 by Sesame WorkshopBeing Patient Theme - #10
Elmo's Learning Adventure: ELMO'S COLORFUL ADVENTURE by Susan Rich BrookeColors Theme - #20
Elmo's Learning Adventure: MY O & P STORYBOOK by Sarah Albee#25
Elmo's Learning Adventure: MY Q & R STORYBOOK by Sarah Albee#40
Elmo's Learning Adventure: A TRIP TO THE MUSEUM by Susan HoodArt Theme - #49
My Y & Z Storybook (Elmo's Learning Adventure, 56) by Trish RabeEnd of Alphabet Theme - #56
Elmo's Learning Adventure: MY FIRST SLEEPOVER by Trish RabeSleepovers Theme - #60

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Series description

Here’s the complete list of Elmo’s Learning Adventure books featuring Elmo, Cookie Monster, Big Bird, Abby Cadabby, Oscar the Grouch, and the rest of the Sesame Street gang.


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