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Cookie Monster and the Cookie Tree

de David Korr

Outros autores: Joe Mathieu (Ilustrador)

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Cookie Monster and a clever, selfish witch are forced into a seemingly impossible situation: sharing cookies.
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A selfish witch, determined not the share the cookies growing on her cookie tree, sees Cookie Monster approaching and casts a spell ensuring that only those who intend to share the cookies can pick them. As Cookie Monster attempts to convince his Sesame Street buddies that he does indeed want to share cookies with them (in order to get some himself), the witch finds that her spell has backfired, as she too isn't able to pick some of the tree's 'fruit.' Is there a way that both Cookie Monster and the witch can get what they want...?

Cookie Monster and the Cookie Tree is the second Little Golden Book featuring Sesame Street characters that I have read recently, following upon Michaela Muntean's Which Witch Is Which? As someone who didn't watch the television program as a girl (we didn't have a TV in my childhood home), I first discovered these books as an adult, through a list of witchy picture-books. Witchy stories being an interest of mine, I sought them out accordingly. All in all, I found this a sweetly humorous tale, one in which two greedy souls find that the only way they can get want they want is to collaborate. Of course, that only goes so far, and the conclusion here will leave the reader with a chuckle. Recommended to young Sesame Street fans, and to anyone seeking fun children's stories about sharing. ( )
  AbigailAdams26 | Jul 23, 2020 |
I remember this amusing me quite a lot when I was young. I'm pretty sure it's one I bought with my own money because it appealed so much in the shop. ( )
  Tara_Calaby | Jun 22, 2020 |
Cookie Monster finds a Cookie Tree, but he cannot eat the cookies because the tree belongs to a witch who put a magic spell on the tree. The Cookie Tree will only give its cookies to someone who will share.

Cookie Monster hurries back to Sesame Street where he tells his friends about the Cookie Tree, but they don’t believe him. And the witch cannot get cookies from the tree, either, because she doesn’t want to share.

What will happen to the cookies on the Cookie Tree? Will Cookie Monster find a way to get cookies or will the witch cast a new spell?

Young readers who are fans of Sesame Street will delight in Cookie Monster’s dilemma as they learn the importance of sharing. Colorful illustrations feature many of the Sesame Street characters young readers will instantly recognize; this Little Golden Book is perfect for bedtime storytime.

Recommended. ( )
  jfe16 | Mar 17, 2019 |
This was one of my favorite childhood books. Cookie Monster finds a cookie tree in the forest, owned by a witch who protects her treasure by enchanting the tree to only give cookies to those who share. Cookie Monster then tries in vain to find a friend to share the cookies from the tree. Nobody on Sesame Street believes that Cookie wants to share, all believing that his pleas are a joke. Meanwhile, the witch's plan has backfired as she has nobody to share cookies with. Eventually Cookie Monster and the witch reach a mutual agreement, but Cookie goes overboard, as he always does with cookies. I was thrilled to find a copy so I can now share this story with my child. ( )
  daisylune | Nov 11, 2017 |
I really could not express my love for this book adequately. It has been a favorite since childhood. I buy every copy I see in antique stores because I want to have as many copies as possible so I am never without one. My sister feels the same way. ( )
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