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booksflieseyes.jpg (15291 bytes)Ask Kermit: Do Flies Have Eyes? - A Book About Bugs (1995)

Published 1995 by Western Publishing/Golden Press with the Muppet Press. Written by D.K. Sullivan. Illustrated by Joe Ewers and John Carrozza. Storybook. Paperback, 24 pages.

Kermit and Robin explain how bugs hear and taste, and how flies walk upside down.

Ask Kermit: Does Cheese Grow on Trees? - A Book About Food (1995)

Published 1995 by Western Publishing/Golden Press with the Muppet Press. Storybook. Paperback, 24 pages.

Kermit and Robin talk about all kinds of food in this little storybook.

Ask Kermit: What Can My Ear Hear? - A Book About The Human Body (1995)

book_earhear.jpg (16717 bytes)Published 1995 by Western Publishing/Golden Press with the Muppet Press. Storybook. Paperback, 24 pages.

The third book in the "Ask Kermit" series featuring information on senses and the human body.

If You Were Fozzie (1995)

Published 1995 by Western Publishing/Golden Press with the Muppet Press. Written by Richard Chevat. Illustrated by Tom Leigh. Storybook. Paperback, 24 pages.

Fozzie describes his life as a big-time comedian including his friendship with Kermit, his favorite things to do, and his battles with stage fright.

Kermit and Robin's Scary Story (1995)

Published 1995 by Viking/Penguin Books. Written by Michaela Muntean. Illustrated by Tom Leigh. Storybook. Hardcover, 32 pages.

In this storybook, Kermit helps Robin write a scary story about a young frog who ventures into the deep, dark woods.

booksfacts.jpg (20066 bytes)Kermit's 501 Fun Facts (1995)

Published 1995 by Black Dog & Leventhal Publishers, Inc. Created by Alleycat Design, Inc. Text by Doug Chilcott. Illustrations by Myron Grossman and Steve Turk. Photos and illustrations. Hardcover, 94 pages.

This book of "fun facts" for kids on a variety of topics, includes "Amazing Animals," "How Things Work," and "Things That Go."

Kermit Sounds (1995)

Published by Louis Weber, 1995 Illustrated by Nate Butler, 6 hard board pages included front and back covers.

Kermit is a magician that puts on a show, and plays a trick on Miss Piggy. Located at the bottom of the book are three buttons that allowed you to play sound effects along with the story.

Miss Piggy (1995)

Published 1995 by Publications International, Ltd. Illustrated by Nate Butler. Sounds designed by Kristan Nordine. "Play-a-Sound" storybook, 12 pages.

Miss Piggy hurries to get ready for a visit from Kermit. Help her get ready with the sound effects buttons at the bottom of the book.

bookspiggysnight.jpg (18043 bytes)Miss Piggy's Night Out (1995)

Published 1995 by Viking/Penguin Books. Written by Sara Hoagland Hunter. Illustrated by Tom Leigh. Storybook. Hardcover, 32 pages.

Kermit and Miss Piggy go out on a date to a fancy restaurant, but Piggy's dreams of glamour are crushed when she doesn't realize that she has whipped cream all over her nose.

booksmtisailig.jpg (15338 bytes)Muppet Treasure Island (1995)

Published 1995 by Western Publishing/Golden Press with the Muppet Press. Storybook adaptation by Ellen Weiss. Based on the film by Jerry Juhl & Kirk Thatcher and James V. Hart. Storybook. Hardcover, 24 pages.

A brief illustrated storybook based on Muppet Treasure Island.

Muppet Treasure Island: A Golden Sound Story Book (1995)

Published 1995 by Western Publishing/Golden Press with the Muppet Press. Storybook adaptation by Annie Frances. Illustrations by Tom Leigh. Based on the film by Jerry Juhl & Kirk Thatcher and James V. Hart. Sound storybook. Hardcover, 24 pages.

A storybook adaptation of Treasure Island, with a computer chip that plays irritating little sound effects and songs.

Someone Like You: A Muppet Pick-Me-Up Book (1995)

Published 1995 by Contempo. Written by Louise Gikow. Illustrated by Tom Leigh. Storybook. Hardcover, 28 pages.

A beautifully illustrated gift book for adults. Piggy explains why she loves Kermit, with romantic drawings of the couple.

Starring the Muppets: A Very Silly Songbook (1995)

Published 1995 by Publications International, Ltd. Illustrated by Atelier Philippe Harchy. Lyrics adapted by Conor Wolf. Sounds designed by Kristan Nordine. Illustrations. Hardcover "Play-A-Song" book, 20 pages.

A "Play-a-Song" book, which comes with a computer chip that plays 10 songs. The lyrics are rewritten to fit the Muppets. "This Little Piggy" becomes "This Pretty Piggy," and "The Yellow Rose of Texas" is Camilla.

Where Are Kermit's Keys? (1995)

Published 1995 by Puffin Books/Penguin Books. Illustrated by Richard Brown. "Lift-the-Flap" storybook. Paperback, 16 pages.

Kermit looks for his keys in this "Lift-the-Flap" storybook.

Where Is Miss Piggy? (1995)

Published 1995 by Puffin Books/Penguin Books. Written by Alison Inches. Illustrated by Richard Brown. "Lift-the-Flap" storybook. Paperback, 16 pages.

Kermit waits for Miss Piggy in this "Lift-the-Flap" storybook.

You've Still Got Me: A Muppet Pick-me-up Book (1995)

Published 1995 by Contempo. Written by Louise Gikow. Illustrated by Tom Brannon. Storybook. Hardcover, 28 pages.

A charming, romantic gift book for adults which pictures Kermit helping Piggy when she needs him. Look for Piggy even runing a marathon.

All Aboard Reading: Muppet Treasure Island (1996)

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Published 1996 by Grosset & Dunlap with the Muppet Press. Storybook adaptation by Jennifer Dussling. Based on the film by Jerry Juhl & Kirk Thatcher and James V. Hart. Photos. Paperback, 48 pages.

A storybook based on Treasure Island with photos.

Find Your Way to Muppet Treasure Island (1996)

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Published 1996 by Grosset & Dunlap with the Muppet Press. Written by Kate McMullan. Illustrated by Michael K. Frith. Based on the film by Jerry Juhl & Kirk Thatcher and James V. Hart. Illustrations. Paperback, 58 pages.

An interesting adaptation of Treasure Island, written as a pick your own adventure. The reader makes choices at the bottom of each page, and follows that choice to another page. There are 13 different endings for the story.

The story follows a young child who receives a copy of Treasure Island for his birthday. And when you read the story, you find yourself taking part in it, along with Jim Hawkins, Gonzo and Rizzo. The illustrations are by Michael Frith. They are likely original sketches for the Muppet Treasure Island characters, including Clueless Morgan and Polly Lobster.

Fozzie's Bubble Bath (1996)

Published 1996 by Grosset & Dunlap with the Muppet Press. Written by Stuart Bergen. Illustrated by Rick Brown. Storybook. Paperback, 32 pages.

Fozzie has painted his wagon blue. That is not all he has painted though. Kermit allows Fozzie to borrow his bathroom to clean up. Fozzie gets clean but the bathroom is another story. This rebus picture book uses simple text, flash cards, and leading illustrations to draw in the beginning reader.

Kermit's Teeny Tiny Farm (1996)

Published 1996 by Grosset & Dunlap with the Muppet Press. Written by Jennifer Dussling. Illustrated by Rick Brown. Storybook. Paperback, 32 pages.

Kermit has a new ant farm. He is so excited about his new farm that he tells Miss Piggy, Fozzie and Gonzo about it, but fails to explain that it's an ant farm. They think he has a new animal farm so they all gather tools that he might need and take them to Kermit's house. Kermit explains that he has no need for tools for an animal farm, and shows them the ant farm.

This book also has 24 flash cards ready to cut out and keep. There are flash cards for the pictures in the story and extra flash cards for reading practice.

Miss Piggy Camps Out (1996)

Published 1996 by Grosset & Dunlap with the Muppet Press. Written by Lara Rice. Illustrated by Rick Brown. Storybook. Paperback, 32 pages.

Imagine Miss Piggy on a camp-out, how will she do her hair? How will she get the mud out of her high heels? Laughs abound when everyone's favorite pig fatale joins Kermit and Fozzie for the zaniest camp-out ever.

Rizzo's Bike Sale (1996)

Published 1996 by Grosset & Dunlap with the Muppet Press. Written by Alison Inches. Illustrated by Rick Brown. Storybook. Paperback, 32 pages.

A good used bike sales-rat like Rizzo needs three things: a big smile, a nice tie, and good shoes. Find out why in this silly Muppet story.

Happy Birthday, Miss Piggy! (1996)

Published 1996 by Puffin Books/Penguin Books. Written by Alison Inches. Illustrated by Richard Brown. "Lift-the-Flap" storybook. Paperback, 16 pages.

Miss Piggy's friends give her birthday gifts in this "Lift-the-Flap" storybook.

In the Kitchen with Miss Piggy (1996)

In the Kitchen with Miss Piggy (1996)Published 1996 by Time-Life Books. Written by Moi. With help from "my dear friend" Jim Lewis. Photos. Hardcover, 128 pages.

Here's a recipe book by Miss Piggy, including lots of nice photos. Fifty-four of her celebrity friends cook up a witty and wonderful cookbook. The recipes and the humor are to die for.

It's Bedtime! (1996)

Published 1996 by Puffin Books/Penguin Books. Illustrated by Richard Brown. "Lift-the-Flap" storybook. Paperback, 16 pages.

It's bedtime, but Kermit can't find Robin anywhere. Is Robin hiding in his homemade fort, driving his pretend train, or camping out in his make-believe igloo? Young children will let their imaginations run wild as they lift the flaps to help Kermit find Robin.

Muppet Christmas Songs (1996)

Published 1996 by Publications International, Ltd. Illustrated by Joel Shick. Sounds designed by Kristan Nordine. Illustrations. Hardcover "Play-A-Song" book, 20 pages.

A "Play-a-Song" book, which comes with a computer chip that plays 10 Christmas songs. Illustrations show the Muppets Tonight gang celebrating Christmas.

Muppet Treasure Island: The Movie Storybook (1996)

Published 1996 by Grosset & Dunlap with the Muppet Press. Storybook adaptation by Cathy East Dubowski. Based on the film by Jerry Juhl & Kirk Thatcher and James V. Hart. Photos. Hardcover, 32 pages.

The hardcover Muppet Treasure Island storybook. It's illustrated with photos, and includes 9 Muppet Treasure Island trading cards.

booksmtisailig.jpg (15338 bytes)Muppet Treasure Island: Sailing for Adventure (1996)

Published 1996 by Grosset & Dunlap with the Muppet Press. Storybook adaptation by Alison Inches. Based on the film by Jerry Juhl & Kirk Thatcher and James V. Hart. Photos. Paperback, 24 pages.

This is another Treasure Island storybook with text and photos.

Muppet Treasure Island Treasure Hunt (1996)

Published 1996 by Grosset & Dunlap with the Muppet Press. Written by Lara Bergen. Illustrated by Joe Ewers. Storybook. Paperback, 24 pages.

Twenty-five shiny jewel stickers and lots of hidden pictures lead kids on a treasure hunt. From the Admiral Benbow Inn to the docks, through island jungles to a camp of wild boars, rhyming clues on each spread guide readers to a jewel box, a crown, a golden chalice, and finally to the treasure.

Look and Find Muppets (1996)

Published 1997 by Publications International, Ltd. Illustrations. Hardcover, 20 pages.

A "Where's Waldo" book, in which a ton of Muppet characters are hidden in crowded scenes. The scenes include backstage at the Muppet Theater, Treasure Island, Christmas Carol, Robin Hood, Cinderella, and Cleopigtra.

Halloween at Creepy Castle (1996)

Published by Puffin Books/Penguin Books. Illustrated by Richard Brown. "Lift- the-Flap" storybook. Paperback, 16 pages.

It's a Muppet Halloween! Kermit's nephew Robin is searching for his friends in the creepy old haunted castle.

Christmas in Snowy Forest (1996)

Published by Puffin Books/Penguin Books. Illustrated by Richard Brown. "Lift- the-Flap" storybook. Paperback, 16 pages.

Robin is going to a party at Bear's house, but he can't remember where Bear lives. Lift the flaps and help Robin and his forest friends find the Christmas celebration.

Muppet Time (1996)

Published 1996 by Publications International, Ltd. Illustrated by Joel Shick. Written by Tom Lynch. Illustrations. Hardcover "Play-A-Sound" book, 20 pages.

Learn to tell the time as you follow the Muppets through a silly day filled with Muppety surprises. Press the keypad to hear what time it is.

Muppet Town (1996)

Published 1996 by Publications International, Ltd. Illustrations. Hardcover "Play- A-Sound" book, 20 pages.

A "Play-a-Sound" book, showing the Muppets in various activities around town. There's noisy, Muppety fun around every corner with all your favorite Muppet characters and 12 Muppet Town sounds.

The Story of Jim Henson: Creator of the Muppets (1997)The Story of Jim Henson: Creator of the Muppets (1997)

Published 1997 by Gareth Stevens. Written by Stephanie St. Pierre. Hardback, 100 pages.

A reissue of the biographical 1991 book in hardback form.

Backstage with Miss Piggy (1997)

Published 1997 by Puffin Books/Penguin Books. Written by Kate Foster. Illustrated by Richard Brown. "Lift-the-Flap" storybook. Paperback, 16 pages.

Andy and Randy help Miss Piggy look for her shoe.

The Bunny Slipper Mystery (1997)

Published 1997 by Grosset & Dunlap. Written by Jennifer Dussling. Illustrated by Joe Ewers. Storybook. Paperback, 32 pages.

Fozzie Bear is missing his favorite bunny slippers and is counting on Detective Kermit to find them for him. Kermit makes a lovably fumbling detective and the readers will guess long before our heroes do what has really happened to the slippers.

Hide-and-Seek Picnic (1997)

Published 1997 by Grosset & Dunlap. Illustrated by Tammie Speer-Lyon. "Lift- and-Look" storybook. Hardcover, 12 pages.

Kermit, Piggy and Fozzie go on a picnic and play hide-and-seek.

Miss Piggy, Queen of Hearts (1997)

Published 1997 by Golden Books. Written by Alison Inches. Illustrated by Stef de Reuver. Storybook. Hardcover, 24 pages.

Gonzo, as the Knave of Hearts, steals Miss Piggy's tarts.

Miss Piggy's Rules (1997)

Miss Piggy's Rules (1997)Published 1997 by Running Press. Written by Miss Piggy, as told to Louise Gikow and Jim Lewis. Photos and illustrations. Paperback, 80 pages.

A parody of "The Rules", as written by Miss Piggy. Piggy describes how to find a man, how to keep him, and how to throw him back when you're finished with him.

This book isn't as well done as some of the earlier Piggy books from the 1980's.

Monster Market (1997)

Published 1997 by Puffin Books/Penguin Books. Written by Alison Inches. Illustrated by Richard Brown. "Lift-the-Flap" storybook. Paperback, 16 pages.

Before going to the beach, Rizzo and Gonzo shop for everything they need at the Monster Market, and boy are they in for a huge surprise.

Pigs in Space: Journey to the Planet Za (1997)

Published 1997 by Grosset & Dunlap. Written by Kate Foster. Illustrated by Larry DiFiori. Storybook. Paperback, 24 pages.

The crew of the Swinetrek Too -land on the planet Za, where everything is made of pizza.

The Rat Pack: A Muppet Countdown Adventure (1997)

Published 1997 by Grosset & Dunlap. Written by Lara Bergen. Illustrated by Tom Brannon. Storybook. Paperback, 24 pages.

When the ten members of the Rat Pack get ready to ride, you can count on one thing: expect the unexpected. A temporary tattoo is included with this book.

Little Monster Goes to School (1997)

Published 1997 by Puffin Books/Penguin Books. Written by Alison Inches. Illustrated by Richard Brown. "Lift-the-Flap" storybook. Paperback, 16 pages.

Kermit brings Little Monster to his first day at nursery school, but he doesn't want to go. Lift the flaps to see why the first day of school isn't so scary after all. The combination of familiar Muppet characters and a friendly setting will reassure children who are nervous about their first day of nursery school.

The Thanksgiving Monster (1997)

Published 1997 by Puffin Books/Penguin Books. Written by Alison Inches. Illustrated by Richard Brown. "Lift-the-Flap" storybook. Paperback, 16 pages.

It's Thanksgiving at Kermit's house, and a monster has stolen dinner. But Thanksgiving isn't ruined, because Kermit and his guests have plenty to be thankful for anyway.

Where Are You Going, Kermit? (1997)

Published 1997 by Grosset & Dunlap. Illustrated by Tammie Speer-Lyon. "Lift-and-Look" storybook. Hardcover, 12 pages.

Join Kermit as he takes a walk through town.

Where Is Your Mommy? (1997)

Published 1997 by Grosset & Dunlap. Illustrated by Tammie Speer-Lyon. "Lift- and-Look" storybook. Hardcover, 12 pages.

Fozzie finds a lost puppy.

How to Be a Complete Muppet (1997, UK)How to Be a Complete Muppet (1997, UK)

Published 1997 by Reed Books, Children's Publishing. Written by Anna Ludlow. Paperback, 24 pages.

Who is your favorite Muppet? What do you know know about the Muppets you like best? Find out their secrets and dreams in this biographical look at the Muppet characters.

Muppet Mania (1997, UK)Muppet Mania (1997, UK)

Published 1997 by Reed Books, Children's Publishing. Written by Anna Ludlow, Charlie Gardner, and Beth Wyllyams. Paperback, 24 pages.

This large book features rare photos of Kermit as "Frogzilla", Johnny & Sal, the Muppet control room, Pigs in Space: Deep Dish Nine, and more.

Perfectly Cool Kermit (1997, UK)

Perfectly Cool Kermit (1997, UK)Published 1997 by Reed Books, Children's Publishing. Written by Anna Ludlow and Charlie Gardner. Paperback, 32 pages.

The shy but handsome Kermit speaks out in this book on all things cool. Take a look at Kermit's 40+ years in the entertainment industry.

Absolutely Divine Miss Piggy (1997, UK)

Absolutely Divine Miss Piggy (1997, UK)Published 1997 by Reed Books, Children's Publishing. Written by Anna Ludlow. Paperback, 32 pages.

This book features Miss Piggy's tips on romance, fashion, beauty, being a supermodel, movie star, and most importantly how she keeps her frog.

Fozzie's Fabulous Easter Parade (1998)

Published 1998 by Golden Books. Written by Louise Gikow. Illustrated by Larry Daste. Storybook. Hardcover, 24 pages.

Camilla the Chicken sits on Fozzie's Easter eggs, and hatches them.

Chuckle with the Muppets (1998, UK)

Published 1998 by Reed Books, Children's Publishing. Compiled by Anna Ludlow and designed by Mandy Norman. Paperback, 20 pages.

Here's a British Muppet joke book, filled with old and new photos of the Muppets.

Muppet Madness (1998, UK)

Published 1998 by Reed Books, Children's Publishing. Written by Anna Ludlow,  with contributions from Charlie Gardner. Designed by Mandy Norman. Paperback, 20 pages.

This small book includes Muppet games and quizzes.

Kermit's ABC (1998)

Kermit's ABC (1998)Published 1998 by Price Stern Sloan. Illustrated by Stef de Reuver. Hardcover, 28 pages.

Kermit teaches the alphabet by posing his flexible body in the shape of each of the letters, with an accompanying prop. The beautiful clay illustrations by Stef de Reuver make this simple book completely enchanting.

This book was packaged in a clear plastic box with a 7-inch Applause Kermit doll.

Learn to Draw the Muppets (1998)

Published 1998 by Walter Foster Publishing, Inc. Illustrated by Joe Ewers. Paperback, 40 pages.

Bunsen and Beaker teach the reader how to draw the Muppet cast, with pages on drawing Kermit, Miss Piggy, Fozzie Bear, Gonzo and Animal. Drawing tips include the basic building blocks of shapes and lines, how to draw hands, and expressions and costuming tips for each of the Muppets.

Jim Henson's Muppet Book of Friendship (1999)

Published 1999 by Running Press. Introduction and Muppet quotes by Kiki  Thorpe, edited by Patty Aitken Smith. Hardcover, 132 pages.

This littl gift-book includes quotes about friendship by writers and celebrities, and adds quotes from Muppet characters. They are all illustrated with old and new color photos of the Muppets. The photos are terrific, including many rare shots, making this a treasure for Muppet fans.

This miniature book measures approximately 3 inches by 3 inches.

Jim Henson's Very Muppet Christmas (1999)

Published 1999 by Running Press. Hardcover, 132 pages.

This miniature book presents a hilariously Muppetized Christmas, a classic holiday reworked with a special twist. Read Christmas stories based on such beloved fare as "A Christmas Carol," as well as letters to Santa from Kermit and his friends. Sing along with the entire gang to "We Wish You a Muppet Christmas" and more.

The book measures approximately 3 inches by 3 inches.

Muppet Manners (1999)

Published 1999 by Puffin Books/Penguin Books. Written by Ellen Weiss. Illustrated by Richard Brown. "Lift-the-Flap" storybook. Paperback, 16 pages.

Kermit reads a "Book of Manners" to Robin, with an unruly Animal being used as the negative example. Page after page, Animal causes trouble throughout.

Muppets From Space: Great Gonzos of the Galaxy (1999)

Published 1999 by Grosset & Dunlap. By Kiki Thorpe. Paperback, 24 pages.

A storybook describing Muppets From Space, including photos.

Muppets From Space: The Junior Novelization (1999)

Published 1999 by Grosset & Dunlap. Written by Ellen Weiss. Paperback, with photos, 88 pages.

This novelization of Muppets From Space is of special interest to fans because it's based on a longer version of the movie, which was cut down before the release. Some parts of the book describe scenes that weren't in the final film. The book also includes eight pages of color photos.

Muppets From Space: The Making of Muppet Movie Magic (1999)

Published 1999 by Grosset & Dunlap. By Ben Eastman. Design by Julie Rabinowitz. Paperback, 48 pages.

A terrific behind-the-scenes book, packed with information, jokes, and great photos. The book includes introductions of the characters, a brief history of the Muppets, biographies of the puppeteers, and chapters on puppeteering, effects, costumes, props, set design, guest stars, and the director and producers.

The Muppets: Big Book of Crafts (1999)The Muppets: Big Book of Crafts (1999)

Published 1999 by Workman Publishing. Written by the Mat Fox, Stephanie St. Pierre. Illustrated by John E. Barrett and Stephanie Osser. Softcover, 322 pages.

Tucked away in a plain five-story building in Manhattan is a magical place, The Muppet Workshop, where inspired craftspeople combine a diverse array of skills to bring the Muppet world to life.

Filled with full-color photographs and how-to line illustrations, "The Muppets Big Book of Crafts" is divided into chapters by technique and teaches the basics of drawing, sculpting, sewing, painting, dyeing, woodworking, quilting, puppetry, beading, and more. The results are amazing. A creepy-crawly spider piñata filled with baby candy spiders. Elaborate tin can lanterns. A mosaic made of eggshells. Not to mention Groovy Glasses, Suncatcher Bugs, and Awesome Umbrae Scarf, a Wiggly Worm, and Marvelous Maracas. Throughout, tips, advice, and the running commentary of Muppet characters keep the book lively and entertaining.

Read more about this item in our reviews section.

The Muppets: Big Book of Crafts (1999)Where Did I Go Right? (1999)

Published 1999 by Little Brown and Company. By by Bernie Brillstein and David Rensin (Contributor). Hardback, 400 pages.

"Where Did I Go Right?" is the autobiography of Jim Henson's personal manager Bernie Brillstein. Taking the reader through the highs and lows of his showbiz career, Bernie reflects on his close friendship with Jim, the shows he worked on, and the circumstances surrounding Henson's sudden death.

Read a review of this book to find out more about Bernie Brillstein.

The Muppets Mixed-Up Christmas (1999)

Published 1999 by Penguin Putnam Books. Written by Mary McGuire. Illustrated by Richard Brown. Softcover, 16 pages.

Miss Piggy is having a tree trimming party and everyone's invited. There's only one problem, the decorations are missing. And Miss Piggy has run out to do a last minute errand, so the rest of the Muppets are on their own. They find decorations for an assortment of other holidays, but the Christmas things are nowhere to be found.

Robin's Secret Valentine (1999)

Published 1999 by Penguin Putnam Books. Written by Kiki Thorpe. Illustrated by Richard Brown. Softcover, 16 pages.

Kermit's nephew, Robin, has a secret admirer, and she's showering him with gifts for Valentine's Day. First he gets ten balloons, then nine flowers, eight crayons, and lots of other fun treats. Children can lift the flaps and help Robin guess the identity of his special Valentine.

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