Little Golden Books: Cookie Monster and the Cookie Tree by David Korr & Joe Mathieli

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Vintage Little Golden Books: Cookie Monster and the Cookie Tree by David Korr & Joe Mathieli, 1977

We have a stack of vintage Little Golden Books coming to The Australian Bookish Shop from a private collection, so keep checking back!

In this story, featuring Jim Henson’s Muppets, the loveable Cookie Monster finds a magical Cookie Tree in the forest – all of his dreams have come true! But the witch who owns the tree doesn’t want Cookie Monster eating all her cookies, so she casts a spell on the tree so that it will only allow people who share cookies, to pick them.

Cookie Monster races back to Sesame Street to look for a friend who will share cookies with him, but nobody believes he would ever share cookies and they all reject his request. Very sad about this, Cookie Monster goes back to the tree, only to discover that the witch has now prevented herself from being able to pick the delicious cookies because she won’t share either!

On Cookie Monster’s suggestion, they agree to share the cookies with each other, but once they have shared a single cookie, Cookie Monster devours every other cookie on the tree in a frenzy, much to the annoyance of the tree and the witch, who wonders why she didn’t raise radishes.

The illustrations are gorgeous and the story is very funny with speech bubble cartoon elements throughout. One for the lover of the cookie!

It is in very good vintage condition with no major damage, rips or pen or pencil marks. Minor creasing on front cover.

Hardback Little Golden Books.

1977  4th edition

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Vintage Little Golden Books: Cookie Monster and the Cookie Tree by David Korr & Joe Mathieli, 1977

We have a stack of vintage Little Golden Books coming to The Australian Bookish Shop from a private collection, so keep checking back!

In this story, featuring Jim Henson’s Muppets, the loveable Cookie Monster finds a magical Cookie Tree in the forest – all of his dreams have come true! But the witch who owns the tree doesn’t want Cookie Monster eating all her cookies, so she casts a spell on the tree so that it will only allow people who share cookies, to pick them.

Cookie Monster races back to Sesame Street to look for a friend who will share cookies with him, but nobody believes he would ever share cookies and they all reject his request. Very sad about this, Cookie Monster goes back to the tree, only to discover that the witch has now prevented herself from being able to pick the delicious cookies because she won’t share either!

On Cookie Monster’s suggestion, they agree to share the cookies with each other, but once they have shared a single cookie, Cookie Monster devours every other cookie on the tree in a frenzy, much to the annoyance of the tree and the witch, who wonders why she didn’t raise radishes.

The illustrations are gorgeous and the story is very funny with speech bubble cartoon elements throughout. One for the lover of the cookie!

It is in very good vintage condition with no major damage, rips or pen or pencil marks. Minor creasing on front cover.

Hardback Little Golden Books.

1977  4th edition

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