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on 10 June 2017
Great book our two and a half year old twin boys absolutely love it. The repetition in the text is excellent as they love finishing off what I am reading. I love reading it to the them too.
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on 10 March 2014
It's raining in the city, and Mr. Johnson gets on the bus (driven by Zoe), which is full of monsters. Ingrid and Humphrey are taking care of Baby Natasha, who spills the contents of her bottle over Mr. Johnson. Grover complains that the man's umbrella is dripping on his edition of Monster News. He finds another seat next to Cookie Monster, who's munching on a bag of cookies. A giant monster carrying a noisy boombox sits in the seat on the other side.

More passengers get on the bus -- a group of hopping frogs and a herd of mooing cows. Oscar the Grouch and His Junk Band jam on the bus, and they're joined by a monster marching band which includes the Two-Headed Monster playing a loud bass drum (with Grover as the bandleader: "HIM again?" utters an aghast Mr. Johnson). Big Bird enjoys the music, and starts singing along. A group of Martians gets on the bus, making loud "Yip! Yip!" noises.

Fed up, Mr. Johnson gets off the bus and decides to take a taxi. He doesn't realize that Grover is driving the cab...

The Monsters on the Bus (Sesame Street) (Little Golden Book)
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on 19 September 2016
Great book - more of a singalong book, but kids love all Sesame Street characters
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