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{{book|writer=[[Abigail Tabby]]|illustrator=[[Louis Womble]]|date=[[2005]]|publisher=[[Random House]]|series=Sesame Starts to Read|isbn=0375833889}}
 
{{book|writer=[[Abigail Tabby]]|illustrator=[[Louis Womble]]|date=[[2005]]|publisher=[[Random House]]|series=Sesame Starts to Read|isbn=0375833889}}
   
'''Monsters Munch Lunch!''': A Story for Two to Share is a Sesame Starts story featuring many of the ''[[Category:Sesame Street Monsters|Sesame Street monsters]]''. The monsters, both the children and adults, all work together to create a delicious lunch. They go shopping, cook, and finally clean up. The book contains two cues, [[Big Bird]] and [[Little Bird]]. The Big Bird parts are read by a parent and consist generally of two rhyming words. The Little Bird parts are read by the child and generally consist of a repeated three-sentence refrain. There are also several parts that are read together.
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'''Monsters Munch Lunch!''': A Story for Two to Share is a Sesame Starts story featuring many of the ''[[:Category:Sesame Street Monsters|Sesame Street monsters]]''. The monsters, both the children and adults, all work together to create a delicious lunch. They go shopping, cook, and finally clean up. The book contains two cues, [[Big Bird]] and [[Little Bird]]. The Big Bird parts are read by a parent and consist generally of two rhyming words. The Little Bird parts are read by the child and generally consist of a repeated three-sentence refrain. There are also several parts that are read together.
   
 
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==Characters==

Revision as of 23:30, March 9, 2007

Monstersmunchlunch
Written by Abigail Tabby
Illustrator Louis Womble
Published 2005
Publisher Random House
Series Sesame Starts to Read
ISBN 0375833889

Monsters Munch Lunch!: A Story for Two to Share is a Sesame Starts story featuring many of the Sesame Street monsters. The monsters, both the children and adults, all work together to create a delicious lunch. They go shopping, cook, and finally clean up. The book contains two cues, Big Bird and Little Bird. The Big Bird parts are read by a parent and consist generally of two rhyming words. The Little Bird parts are read by the child and generally consist of a repeated three-sentence refrain. There are also several parts that are read together.

Characters

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