(Let Me Be Your) Teddy Bear
Puppet On A String
How Would You Like To Be
Cotton Candy Land
Have A Happy
Cover Front: Catalog number upper right corner. (1978)
Cover Back: Song titles left side. The removable bonus card attached to back cover. RCA lower right corner.
Gatefold: Yellow background with song information and lyrics.
Cover Front: Catalog number upper right corner. (1980)1
Cover Back: Song titles left side. No bonus card. RCA lower right corner.
This is a non-gatefold cover. It was available for a limited time through the RCA Record Club.2 The back of the cover is quickly identifiable as it replaces the statement "A SPECIAL MEMORIES OF ELVIS GREETING CARD" with a black border, however the cover slick is positioned slightly higher to display more crayon artwork and where Side A nearly touches the top. The front of the cover is more difficult to differentiate, however the cover slick is positioned slightly higher on the 1980 cover than the 1978 cover, where the crayons and the catalog number are higher. The red scribble next to the heart on the left side has more scribble.
Disc: Black label, dog near top. Flat label. Flexible vinyl.
Side A: CPL1-2901A 1S A1E / Side B: CPL1-2901B 1S A3C (Indianapolis pressing)3
Side A: CPL1-2901A 2S A1H / Side B: CPL1-2901B 1S A1E (Indianapolis pressing)
Side A: CPL1-2901A 2S A2P / Side B: CPL1-2901B 30 A3S (Indianapolis pressing)
Side A: CPL1-2901A 2S A3C / Side B: CPL1XB 2S A4B (Indianapolis pressing)3
Side A: CPL1-2901A 32 A1A / Side B: CPL1-2901B 31 A1A (Indianapolis pressing)
Disc: Black label, dog near top. Rigid vinyl.
Side A: CPL1-2901-A X / Side B: CPL1-2901-B (unknown pressing)
Unique to this release with song titles and lyrics on both sides of the sleeve garnishing childlike artwork and crayons. Although, not confirmed, copies may also have a generic white inner sleeve.