Elmo's Magical Unicorn (Sesame Street)

Illustrated by Steph Lew
Elmo has a magical visit with a unicorn in this fantastical Sesame Street board book!

Elmo really wants to meet a unicorn. Luckily, his magical friend, Abby Cadabby, is able to make Elmo's dream come true. Soon Elmo and the unicorn are jumping over clouds, sliding down rainbows, and playing amazing games with his other Muppet friends. But will the unicorn feel at home on Sesame Street? Boys and girls will love this Sesame Street board book with sturdy pages!

Sesame Workshop, the nonprofit educational organization behind Sesame Street, aims to help kids grow smarter, stronger, and kinder through its many unique domestic and international initiatives. These projects cover a wide array of topics for families around the world.
Christy Webster edits and writes books for kids as part of her job in the editorial department of a major New York children's book publisher. She is a big fan of popular culture and has a great eye for quirky illustration styles. Among her titles are A is for Awful: A Grumpy Cat ABC Book, Big Fish, Little Fish, and I Can Be a Ballerina. She lives in Queens, New York. View titles by Christy Webster

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Elmo has a magical visit with a unicorn in this fantastical Sesame Street board book!

Elmo really wants to meet a unicorn. Luckily, his magical friend, Abby Cadabby, is able to make Elmo's dream come true. Soon Elmo and the unicorn are jumping over clouds, sliding down rainbows, and playing amazing games with his other Muppet friends. But will the unicorn feel at home on Sesame Street? Boys and girls will love this Sesame Street board book with sturdy pages!

Sesame Workshop, the nonprofit educational organization behind Sesame Street, aims to help kids grow smarter, stronger, and kinder through its many unique domestic and international initiatives. These projects cover a wide array of topics for families around the world.

Author

Christy Webster edits and writes books for kids as part of her job in the editorial department of a major New York children's book publisher. She is a big fan of popular culture and has a great eye for quirky illustration styles. Among her titles are A is for Awful: A Grumpy Cat ABC Book, Big Fish, Little Fish, and I Can Be a Ballerina. She lives in Queens, New York. View titles by Christy Webster

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