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Article by hornean posted 15 days ago
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Grover was so happy.
He was going to spend two weeks with his cousins Rosie and Frank.
He kiss 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,” said Grover, “I do not have a bike.”

“We have an extra bike,” said Rosie happily.
“Frank got a big new bike for his birthday. You can ride his little old one.”
Grover looked at the bike. It looked old.
But it did not look little.
“Oh, dear,” he thought, “I do not know how to ride. I am sure I will fall!”

“I do not want Rosie to know that I cannot ride a bike,” thought Grover.
So he said, “I do not think my mommy will let me ride a bike, Rosie.”
Article by hornean posted 27 days ago
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One hot summer day Ernie had a cool idea.
“Hey, Bert,” he said. “Let’s sell lemonade.”

“Good idea, Ernie,” said Bert. “You go buy the lemons. Then we will make the lemonade together.”
“Right, Bert,” said Ernie. “I will get the lemons.”
And he ran off to the store.

On the way Ernie saw Big Bird and Grover.
“Hi,” said Ernie. “I am going to have a lemonade stand. Be sure to come.”
“Oh, we will,” said Big Bird. “All these feathers can make a bird pretty hot.”

At Mr. McIntosh’s store Ernie saw big piles of lemons.
He saw big piles of oranges too.
The oranges looked delicious.
Ernie bought them instead of lemons.

At Ernie and Bert’s house Bert painted letters on a piece of cardboard.
They said:

When Ernie got home, Bert looked inside the bag.
“ERNIE! These are oranges!” he yelled. “Where are the lemons?”
Article by hornean posted 27 days ago
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One day Ernie and Bert were walking by Mister Hooper’s store.
Suddenly Ernie stopped.
“Look at that!” he said.

Ernie pressed his nose to the store window.
Inside was a beautiful box of paints. It had lots of colors—even gold and silver.
“Gee,” said Ernie. “I wish I had that box of paints.”

“Maybe you can have it,” said Bert. “Mister Hooper is having a contest. The painter of the best picture wins that box of paints.”

Ernie started to run home.
“Wow!” he said. “I am going to paint a picture right now!”

Ernie got out his old paint box.
Then he got some paper.
He was ready to start painting.
The doorbell rang.

“I have a letter for you, Ernie,” said the mailman.
“Thanks,” said Ernie.
Then he said good-bye to the mailman and opened his letter.

The letter was from his cousin.
It said:
[i]Dear Ernie,
I painted a picture for you.
Article by hornean posted 27 days ago
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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 day Ernie and Bert and Big Bird and Grover went roller skating in the park.
Elmo went too.
Suddenly a 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.

Clickety-clack, lickety-split, faster and faster they went…

until they hit a bump.
CRASH! They both fell down.

“WAH! WAH!” went Elmo.
“Oh, my goodness! Are you hurt?” asked Grover.
“I have a boo-boo on my leg,” cried Elmo.
Article by hornean posted 27 days ago
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Big Bird liked to play with his friends.
But playing with them was hard for Big Bird because…

their jump ropes were too short…

their hopscotch boxes were too small…

their hide-and-seek hiding places were too little…

their see-saws came down but never went up.

One day Big Bird came home from the park by himself.
“I am too big to play with my friends,” he sobbed.

He was so busy crying he did not see his friend, Snuffle-upagus.

“Don’t cry, Bird,” said Snuffle-upagus. “You are not too big. Their games are too little.”

Big Bird jumped up.
He stopped crying.
“Do you really think so, Mr. Snuffle-upagus?”

“Yes, Bird, I really do,” said Snuffle-upagus. “You are a very nice size—big, like me.”
Then Big Bird had an idea.
“Hey, we are both big. So let’s play together!” said Big Bird.

Snuffle-upagus shook his head.
Article by hornean posted 28 days ago
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One day Bert was painting.
It was hard work.
It made Bert thirsty.
He got out the milk.
Bert dropped the milk.

“ERNIEEE!” yelled Bert. “Help!”
Ernie came running.
“Bert! Why did you poor milk on the floor?” asked Ernie.
“I did not POUR it,” said Bert. “I SPILLED it! Please go out and find a mop. And hurry!”

Ernie ran down Sesame Street.
He saw Betty Lou.
“Bert needs a mop. Do you have one?” he asked Betty Lou.
“Gee, I don’t know,” she said. “But I will look for one.”

Betty Lou walked down the street.
“If Bert needs a map, he must be going on a trip!” she said.

“I will look for a map and ask him to send me a postcard.”

Betty Lou knocked on Oscar’s trash can.
“Who woke me up?” growled Oscar.

“I did,” said Betty Lou. “Bert needs a map. Do you have one?” she asked.
“How should I know?” yelled Oscar. “I am asleep!”
Article by hornean posted 28 days ago
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Today was a big day for Big Bird.
He was going to visit Granny Bird.
She lived at the seashore!
It was his first trip away from home.
Big Bird’s friends took him to the bus stop.
“Good-bye, Big Bird! Have fun! We will miss you,” they said.
“I will miss you, too,” he said.

Big Bird thought the bus would never get there.
“Gee, I hope Granny is waiting for me,” he said to himself.

At last the bus stopped.
Granny Bird waved to Big Bird.
“My little Big Bird! I am so happy to see you!” Granny said.
“Me, too, Granny!” Big Bird said.

After lunch they went to the beach.
Granny’s friends all said, “My, what a nice grandson!”
But Big Bird did not want to talk.
He wanted to go into the water.
“Go on, dear,” said Granny. “I can watch you from here.”
Big Bird ran to the water.
It was the first time that he had ever seen the sea.
“Wow! It sure is big!” he said.
Article by hornean posted 28 days ago
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Herry Monster liked to skip.
One day 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!” said Herry. “A letter for ME!”
Herry dropped his bag and read the letter.

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

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

“Are you going to the party?” he asked her.
“Oh, yes,” she said. “And so is my beautiful doll.”
Herry smiled and said, “So is MY beautiful doll.”
Then Herry stopped smiling.
“Where IS my doll?”

Suddenly Herry remembered.
“I had my doll in a bag and I put it down on a pile of leaves by the post office.”
Betty Lou said, “Let’s go find it.”
Article by hornean posted 28 days ago
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Big Bird was looking for someone to play with.
“Here comes Bert,” said Big Bird. “I bet he will play catch with me.”

“Hi, Bert!” said Big Bird. “Let’s play catch.”

Bert kept on walking.
“Not today,” said Bert. “Ernie is waiting for me.”
Big Bird looked surprised.
“Oh,” he said.

Just then Grover ran out of his house.
He had a shiny new truck.
“Hi, Grover!” said Big Bird. “That’s a nice truck. Let’s play with it.”
Grover kept on running.
“I am sorry, Big Bird, but I am giving it to Ernie,” said Grover.
Big Bird looked sad.
“Oh,” he said.

Then Big Bird saw Cookie Monster.
He had a big box of cookies.
“Hi, Cookie! Want to play?”
Cookie shook his head.
“Me bring Ernie cookies,” said Cookie.

Big Bird looked mad.
“Nuts!” he said.
“No nuts!” said Cookie Monster. “Cookies!”

Big Bird sat on the steps.
Article by hornean posted 28 days ago
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Bert and Ernie are best friends.
They live together.
Bert is neat.
Ernie is messy.

Sometimes Ernie is VERY messy.
Then Bert gets mad.
“Ernie, come here!” Bert shouts.
“Look at the mess you have made!”

“Okay, Bert,” says Ernie. “I am coming.”

Ernie jumps out of the tub.
Splash! Splash!
Ernie splashes water on the floor.
Drip. Drip.
He drips water on the rug.

“Ernie!” Bert shouts. “You are making a BIGGER mess!”
Ernie smiles at Bert.
“But, Bert,” Ernie says, “you told me to look at the mess I made.”

Now Bert is very angry.
“I wish I lived here all by myself!” he shouts.
Bert walks out of the room.
SLAM! goes the door.
Ernie stops smiling.
“Bert does not want me here anymore,” he says. “I guess I will go away.”
Ernie is sad.

Ernie gets dressed.
Then he packs a big bag.
News by BuddyBoy600alt posted over a year ago
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As many of you know, We just lost another actor. Gene Wilder has died. He was at age 83. He was most movies like The Producers, Young Frankenstein, Blazing Saddles, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (1971 film), and many others...... Well, He also did cartoons for Sesame Street. He was Letterman on "The Adventures of Letterman". He also sang "We all live in the Capital I the sky", and "The Lonely Lowercase N on the Hill" as well. He was also married to the late Gilda Radner (After Gilda divorced rock and roll singer G.E. Smith). Gene Wilder was shocked in 1989 when actress Gilda Radner died. Gene Wilder also worked with the late Richard Pryor for movies like "See No Evil, Hear No Evil", and "Funny About Love". In 1993, He created a sitcom called "Something Wilder". Only 2 seasons were made and the show was officially cancelled in 1993. May R.I.P. Gene Wilder (1933-2016) :'(
News by BuddyBoy600alt posted over a year ago
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As you may or may not know, Emilio Delgado (Luis), Sonia Manzano (Maria) are retiring from the show after over 40 years. They debut on Sesame Street 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 Street will no longer have Luis or Maria. I remember loving the song Luis did called "Baa Baa Bamba" with the muppet sheep.