The eternal question: Are you a Bert or an Ernie? You’ll find out thanks to The Importance of Being Ernie (and Bert). And this book will show you how to be best friends with those who wear their stripes a little differently.
Bert and Ernie have been friends and roommates on Sesame Street for decades, despite very different approaches to life’s challenges and joys. One collects jokes, the other collects paperclips. One loves pigeons, the other his Rubber Duckie. One sees the bathtub half-full, the other needs to empty it so he can give it a good scrub. But they both agree that having a best buddy is worth all the daily ups and downs.
There are no better experts on living together and learning together. Their guide to friendship will make the perfect gift for any Bert or Ernie in your life.
An Imprint Book
"This might be one of the happiest books you’ll ever pick up." —Nerdist
For more fun from folks who live on Sesame Street, check out Cookie Monster's The Joy of Cookies and Oscar the Grouch's The Pursuit of Grouchiness.
About the Author
Ernie is a fan of staying up late, taking baths with his Rubber Duckie, and playing the saxophone. He lives with his ol’ buddy Bert on Sesame Street.
Bert enjoys reading, collecting bottlecaps, and eating food that is very bland. He lives with his best friend Ernie on Sesame Street.
The Joy of Cookies
"Fans of the big blue guy will love this title, which, just like a warm chocolate chip cookie, oozes joy and happiness." —School Library Journal
The Pursuit of Grouchiness
"MMM, me LOVE this book. So tasty! (Might be fun to read, too.)" —Cookie Monster