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The first '''Sesame Street Library''' was located on [[Sesame Street (location)|Sesame Street]] next to [[Hooper's Store]], in the spot that has since housed the [[Fix-It Shop]] and [[Mail-It Shop]]. 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.
 
The first '''Sesame Street Library''' was located on [[Sesame Street (location)|Sesame Street]] next to [[Hooper's Store]], in the spot that has since housed the [[Fix-It Shop]] and [[Mail-It Shop]]. 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 cmae along, the library shifted to other locations in [[New York City]], such as the one [[Linda]] worked in, and libraries that required some travelling to reach as shown in several books.
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Later, when the Fix It Shop came along, the library shifted to other locations in [[New York City]], such as the one [[Linda]] worked in, and libraries which were some distance from the street and recquired a certain amount of traveling, as seen in several books.
   
In 2004, the Sesame Street Library was imortalized in board game form as the replacement for States Avenue in a ''Sesame Street'' edition of [[Monopoly]].
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In [[2004]], the Sesame Street Library was imortalized in board game form as the replacement for States Avenue in a ''Sesame Street'' edition of [[Monopoly]].
   
 
==Book Appearances==
 
==Book Appearances==

Revision as of 23:45, October 17, 2006

The first Sesame Street Library was located on Sesame Street next to Hooper's Store, in the spot that has since housed the Fix-It Shop and Mail-It Shop. 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 New York City, such as the one Linda worked in, and libraries which were some distance from the street and recquired a certain amount of traveling, as seen in several books.

In 2004, the Sesame Street Library was imortalized 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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