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Excerpt from Sesame Street ABC and Me
(First Name) (Middle Name) (Last Name), age (Age), from (City, State), was worried about his friend, Big Bird. He didn't look very happy. "What's wrong, Big Bird?" (First Name) asked.
"Today is Clean-Sweep Day, the day we all help clean up the neighborhood." Big Bird sighed. "It's going to be a lot of work." "Don't worry," said (First Name). "(Friend 1, Friend 2 and Friend 3) showed me you can make a big job easier by turning it into a game. Let's try it. We can pick up trash s tarting with each letter of the alphabet."
"That'll be fun!" Big Bird smiled. So Big Bird spread the word about the great idea (First Name) had and the Clean-Sweep game began. "Look, someone left a broken airplane here, right next to a stack of beat-up boxes," (First Name) said. "Amazing, that's our A and B!"
"Hey, this box is full of empty cans," called Big Bird. "C is for cans!" "Cool, we can recycle them," (First Name) said. "Wow, we have A, B, and C already! Now let's find something that starts with D."
Just then, Rosita joined them. "How about these dishes, (First Name)?" she asked, holding cracked dishes from her tea set. "You can have these too," she added, handing over a stack of old envelopes. "I took all the neat stamps off them."
"Excellent!" said (First Name).
By now, everyone on Sesame Street knew about the Clean-Sweep game. "Elmo wants to play, too," Elmo said with a smile, carrying as many tattered gloves and bent forks as he could manage. Elmo looked so silly (First Name) had to laugh. "Those forks are fabulous for F and your gloves will make a great G addition to our trash collection," he giggled.