Synopsis by Sarah Ing
The cultural phenomenon that is Elmo comes alive in this collection of Sesame Street appearances. Whether running them straight through or being doled out like candy, these three spots speak to a youngster's heart. The first of Elmo's World is called "Dancing" and features Mr. Noodle, a warm yet clueless character, and Dorothy the pet goldfish. Elmo demonstrates the hula and some moves that can only be described as interpretive. Other children also dance along. The second, "Books," introduces the library with the help of a father/son duo. The final segment, "Music," showcases the flute, violin, and drum. Guess which one Mr. Noodle gets? Elmo is his usual charismatic monsterness in explaining why he is such a good babysitter. Elmo's World is recommended for preschoolers.
dance [art], drums, flute, library, Muppets, violinist