6 edition of BIG BIRD FLIES ALONE found in the catalog.
BIG BIRD FLIES ALONE
June 11, 1989
by Random House Books for Young Readers
Written in English
Sesame Street Mini-Storybooks
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Big Bird Flies Alone is a Sesame Street storybook featuring Big Bird. The story involves Big Bird taking a plane by himself to visit his Granny Bird. He's accompanied to the airport by Grover's Mommy who packs a birdseed snack for his flight and sees him off at the gate with rator: Ron Fritz.
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[Felice Haus; Ronald Fritz] -- Big Bird takes his first airplane trip--alone--to visit Granny Bird. Book: All Authors / Contributors: Felice Haus; Ronald Fritz. Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number: Buy a cheap copy of Big Bird Flies Alone book by Sesame Street. Free shipping over $ Skip to content.
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Although she loves her island, with its wild seas and big skies, she guiltily nurses a secret dream of flight – to America and the freedom of the New World.
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