Can you tell me how to get to Sesame Street?

For anyone who grew up in the last three decades, there are certain people who taught us all the lessons in life; parents, teachers, and of course, furry monsters made of felt. Without the help of those monsters, we still might not know the difference between near and far, that “A” is a vowel, or how to count to twelve. Now the good folks at the Children’s Television Workshop, with the help of Sony Music Video are releasing seven new videos to share that knowledge with a new generation.

Sesame Street: Elmo’s World, Sesame Street: Elmo’s World: Wild Wild West, Sesame Street: Kid’s Favorite Songs, Sesame Street: Kid’s Favorite Songs #2, Sesame Street: The Alphabet Jungle Game, Sesame Street: The Best of Elmo and Sesame Street: The Great Number Game are the seven titles coming next month.

All seven titles are presented in their original fullscreen ratio and range in length from thirty to fifty minutes. Although they contain no special features, the digital nature of the discs mean they’ll be just a crisp and clear the six hundredth time your child watches them.

All seven titles are coming on October 30th, and will each carry a suggested retail price of $16.98, with the exception of “Elmo’s World: Wild Wild West” which will be priced at $19.98.

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