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It's Nice to Meet You

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Muno’s family is spending the day in Gabba Land! Muno can’t wait to introduce them to all of his friends, but Brobee and Foofa are feeling shy. They should say ‘It’s nice to meet you!’
Paperback, 24 pages
Published June 22nd 2010 by Simon Spotlight
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Oct 16, 2010 jacky rated it liked it
Recommends it for: yo gabba gabba fans; toddlers - K
Natalie is obessed with her Yo Gabba Gabba books, so I got this one out of the library for her. She is now walking around with it for us to read to her, but she doesn't like to sit still through it like her other two. I'm not sure why that is; maybe because it doesn't have as much of the original five characters? Having seen this episode of the show helps with reading it because I can sing the parts that are songs form the show to spice up the reading.
Sep 10, 2012 Courtnie rated it liked it
Shelves: for-the-boys
Picked up because of mom's love of all things gabba gabba related. Nothing surprising here, it's really just an episode in a book. The show is so vivid and imaginative that the screenshots make a very good visual for a book.
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