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Great followup on the movie i got / or watch from Amazon. The movie was great but the book added some of the detail a movie just could not include.Published 4 months ago by TJ-STL
I have not read the book yet, so I will not review the content. This is just a warning that the print is off on the pressing that I received (Dec. 2015). Read morePublished 6 months ago by P.A.T.
More than you ever wanted to know about Sesame Street. Ever. But still, somehow, not enough. This book answered almost every question I had about the show since I first started... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Michael Doran
It's neat when you read a behind-the-scenes story about a television show and it turns out not to be a "True Hollywood Story. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Adam Nedeff
excellent historical review of public television and children's educational programming. highly recommend. entertaining also!Published 14 months ago by casecor
This book is nothing, really, but a very long, detailed, fawning interview with Joan Ganz Cooney and her friends in the industry. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Jennifer Thrash
Very interesting read. Grew up with Sesame Street so I enjoyed learning about its history.Published 19 months ago by David Blair
Man, this book took me back to my childhood, excellent book and excellent condition. Perfect transaction with seller.Published 19 months ago by Michael Kupst