Bert & Ernies First Book of Opposites by Heather AuHeather Au, Bert and Ernies First Book of Opposites (Bendon Publishing, 2010)
While I know that, in general, Sesame Street books are (like Sesame Street scripts) written in a very specific manner—Sesame Workshop doesnt do anything without it being documented in any number of research papers as being good for the kiddies—I have to admit that, stylistically, its starting to get on my nerves. Theres only so much posit thesis – repeat thesis - “Can you”-style question one can take before one feels, perhaps, one has opened The Necronomicon by accident and has been driven mad simply by looking at the ideograms. That said, good for the kiddies is a Good Thing(TM), and as someone who grew up on Sesame Street myself, I can at least anecdotally attest to their methods working pretty durned well. But I would suggest slipping these into the reading schedule maybe once every couple of days, or you may hit Bert and Ernie burnout pretty quickly. ** ½
Sesame Street: Drawing Bert's Face
Bert and Ernie, gay or not? Either way, you're right
Commentary: A Sesame Street writer says the inseparable Muppets were a loving couple, while the show says they were just best buddies. Ultimately, it's up to you. Are they just best buddies and roommates who like to hang out, get each other thoughtful gifts and debate pigeons and rubber duckies? Or is there something romantic going on? The question isn't new.
Ernie and Bert sketches which take place in their apartment. See also, Ernie and Bert Sketches: Nighttime. Part 2: Ernie remarks that everyone should take a bath, and sings " Everybody Wash. Part 2: Ernie draws what looks like a squiggle, so Bert recommends that he watch the "Jazz 3" film again. Part 3: Ernie finishes his drawing.
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Sesame Street Muppets Ernie and Bert pose for photographs during a press conference on the 40th anniversary of the Sesame Street in.
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Frank Oz is voice of dozens of puppets and muppets as one of Jim Henson's earliest collaborators — and now the storied puppeteer is lending his voice to the debate over whether or not "Sesame Street" characters Bert and Ernie are gay. I know what and who he is," Oz wrote , squashing the idea that Bert and Ernie were a couple. The decades-old discussion over Bert and Ernie's relationship status raged on Twitter after former "Sesame Street" writer Mark Saltzman told blog " Queerty " he wrote the duo as a couple based on his own real world relationship with film editor Arnold Glassman. It's fine that he feels they are. They're not, of course," Oz wrote in a tweet. Does it really matter?
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