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In [[Season 38 (2007)|Season 38]], the library was located eight paces from the front of the Fix-It Shop ([[Episode 4135]]) and was shown to be directly next to the Subway entrance in ''[[One World, One Sky: Big Bird's Adventure]]''. This particular space was later occupied by a [[Flower Shop]] and a [[Bike Shop]].
 
In [[Season 38 (2007)|Season 38]], the library was located eight paces from the front of the Fix-It Shop ([[Episode 4135]]) and was shown to be directly next to the Subway entrance in ''[[One World, One Sky: Big Bird's Adventure]]''. This particular space was later occupied by a [[Flower Shop]] and a [[Bike Shop]].
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In [[Episode 4911]], the library is depicted as as being in [[the arbor]], with several bookshelves and a media center set up in the area. [[Francine Lloyd Wright]] is seen as the proprietor and [[Grover]] appears as a self-proclaimed librarian.
   
 
In 2004, the Sesame Street Library was immortalized in board game form as the replacement for States Avenue in a ''Sesame Street'' edition of [[Monopoly]].
 
In 2004, the Sesame Street Library was immortalized in board game form as the replacement for States Avenue in a ''Sesame Street'' edition of [[Monopoly]].

Revision as of 19:01, January 26, 2019

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The front door of the library on Sesame Street as seen in Episode 4135.

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The Library's location in 2008.

The Sesame Street Library is a common point of interest on Sesame Street, staffed by a number of Librarians.

It first opened in Episode 0290 (1971) and was originally located next to Hooper's Store, in the spot that has since housed the Fix-It Shop and Mail It Shop. Known as the Lending Library, there were books both indoors and outdoors, and there was also a large children's section. All the residents of Sesame Street would come to borrow books. Maria worked there as a part-time job when she was still in school, while Grover would often come and help out.

Later, when the Fix-It Shop came along, the library shifted to other locations; in particular, the one in which Linda worked. Some of them, as seen in various storybooks, were a enough of a distance from Sesame Street that a certain amount of traveling was required to reach them. Linda's assistants have included Micki, Lisa, and Tico. According to Episode 2546, the library is open from 9 AM to 5 PM Monday through Saturday.

In Season 38, the library was located eight paces from the front of the Fix-It Shop (Episode 4135) and was shown to be directly next to the Subway entrance in One World, One Sky: Big Bird's Adventure. This particular space was later occupied by a Flower Shop and a Bike Shop.

In Episode 4911, the library is depicted as as being in the arbor, with several bookshelves and a media center set up in the area. Francine Lloyd Wright is seen as the proprietor and Grover appears as a self-proclaimed librarian.

In 2004, the Sesame Street Library was immortalized in board game form as the replacement for States Avenue in a Sesame Street edition of Monopoly.

Book appearances

See also

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