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Remind the special grad in your life that they can do anything if they just keep dreaming with this heartfelt picture book, the perfect graduation gift!
Where will your dreams take you? From world-renowned children's brand Sesame Street and the creators of The New York Times bestseller Love comes a heartwarming new story about dreaming big! As you reach for the stars, your beloved friends Elmo, Cookie Monster, Abby Cadabby, and more, offer advice and encouragement every step of the way to remind you to believe in yourself and never give up—because all that you need for success is already in you! For kids ages 3-7 and dreamers of all ages, this inspiring Elmo book is the perfect sendoff into a new phase of your life.
For fans of Oh, the Places You'll Go and other dreams kids' books, this touching bedtime read aloud offers an uplifting, motivating message for any occasion. It's the perfect birthday present for kids, graduation or teacher gift, first day of school book, or holiday stocking stuffer to teach important values and inspire growth mindset for kids!
A dream can be big or a dream can be small.
What matters the most Is to have dreams at all.
Ambitious, creative, outrageous, concrete,
or close to your heart, something simple and sweet.
Sesame Workshop is the nonprofit educational organization behind the world-renowned children’s program Sesame Street. With the mission of helping kids grow smarter, stronger, and kinder, Sesame Workshop has worked with educators to develop programs tailored to the unique needs of children all over the world. Sesame Workshop works to teach the whole child, providing lessons on topics from ABCs and 123s to health, emotional well-being, and respect.
Susanna Leonard Hill is the New York Times bestselling author of Moon’s First Friends, as well as many other award-winning books for children. She does frequent school and library visits, teaches picture book writing, and offers picture book critiques. She lives in New York's Mid-Hudson Valley with her children and two rescue dogs.