Who was the first celebrity guest on “Sesame Street” in 1968? Did you know Dora the Explorer has a last name? What Beatles member was the storyteller on “Thomas & Friends”? What cartoon is the longest-running animated show for children, and which show is a preschooler favorite? From “Sesame Street” and “Curious George” to “Paw Patrol,” “Sofia the First,” “Mickey Mouse Clubhouse,” “Dora the Explorer” and more, there are many fun facts to explore about your favorite children’s television shows. Take a look at 50 secrets of your favorite television shows for kids. “Sesame Street” first aired in 1968 with its first celebrity guest “Sesame Street” premiered on Nov. 10, 1968. James Earl Jones (pictured) was the first celebrity guest. Elmo loves Asian food Elmo’s favorite food is wasabi, made from a plant related to cabbages, horseradish and mustard. It is also known as Japanese horseradish, and it’s used in cooking, especially in a paste or powder form. Four first ladies have visited “Sesame Street” Barbara Bush, Hillary Clinton, Laura Bush and Michelle Obama have all lived in the White House — and they’ve all visited “Sesame Street.” Cookie Monster is more popular than Elmo Many believe Elmo is the… Read full this story
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