Big Enough for a Bed (Sesame Street)

Elmo is too big for a crib! He’s ready to sleep in a big kid’s bed! It may take a little while, but with his favorite snuggly blanket and his teddy bear David by his side, soon Elmo feels comfortable in his new bed.

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35 of 35 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars
Great book for young children, April 15, 2004
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This review is from: Big Enough for a Bed (Sesame Street) (Board book)

I was really happy with the purchase of this book. My 20 month old son is getting ready to be moved into another room and a big boy bed to make room for his new brother. Most of the books that I have found on this subject have been a little too detailed for my son. This board book breaks the transition down is simple statements that young children can relate to. Example “Elmo slept in a crib when he was a baby but now he’s ready for a big kid’s bed.” “Elmo knows that sleeping in a big kid’s bed will feel different than sleeping in a crib.” Etc…

It even has Elmo with his favorite doll, David, and his favorite blankie. My son sleeps with a blankie and therefore can identify with Elmo even more. The pictures are colorful and engaging. Well done!

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22 of 22 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars
Short and simple book., December 9, 2004
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My 2 year old had a hard time transitioning from his crib to a toddler bed. I started reading this book and Barney’s Going to My Big Bed book. The Elmo book was short and simple. It was perfect for my 2 yr old’s attention span. The Barney book, which is 16 pages long, dragged. My son enjoyed this Elmo book. I read him this book almost every night for about 3 weeks before I put him down to sleep in his bed. He now sleeps comfortably in his toddler bed.

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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars
Short and sweet, and gets the point across, August 16, 2005
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With easy to relate to pictures of Elmo transitioning from being a baby asleep in his crib, to picking out his own set of sheets for his “big kids’ bed” and then cuddling in with his favorite blankie and stuffed toy, this book was just the best for helping my 2 and a half year old sleep in her own bed.

Since Elmo is her favorite, she likes to imitate him, so the first time we read this story together, she pointed to him sleeping in his own bed, then motioned for me to place her in hers! On the last page, she always whispers, “Good night, Elmo, I love you,” which is how we always say goodnight.

Though it has very few pages and simple one sentence text, not much more is needed at this age to engage your child’s interest and get the message across in a way they can understand.

Highly recommended. I also suggest TOO BIG FOR DIAPERS with Ernie as the star showing off his new potty training skills.

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