Come On Over To Barney's House! is a 2001 children's picture book based on the home video, Come on Over to Barney's House, released January 2001. It was written by Stephen White, who also wrote the video, and illustrated by Darren McKee.
Two children by the name of Robert and Claire come over to Barney's house, wanting to play with him, BJ and Baby Bop. Before they children came over, Barney was making some PB&J sandwiches with his PB&J Machine, leading to show the kids how it worked.
Claire then spotted Baby Bop who was playing with Barney's Spin-the-Globe Radio. Baby Bop loves to listen to the radio with her brother BJ, leading the group to then wonder where he was. Barney mentioned that he thought he saw BJ near the computer earlier.
As the group checked to see if BJ was near the computer, they saw Murray the Web-Surfing Mouse. Murray suggested that they look for BJ upstairs. Using the Upsy-Daisy Elevator, they checked upstairs in all the different rooms, such as the bubbles room, the ball room, the butterfly room and the music room.
When the group checked the music room, Mr. Bluejay told them that BJ was downstairs setting up for a surprise. They eventually found BJ who was setting for his rock 'n' roll band, BJ and the Rockets.
BJ and the Rockets played their song for everyone, leading everyone to sing and dance to "The Dino Dance".
- Baby Bop
- Murray the Web-Surfing Mouse
- Betty the Butterfly
- Mr. Bluejay
- Instead of using Jeff, Jill, Nick, and Debi like in the home video of the same name, four completely different kids are introduced in this book.
- This book (along with Babies & Barney: Hooray for Daddies! and Is It Time Yet?) were released one year after Barney Goes to the Fair and Barney Goes to the Pet Shop were released, two years after Barney & Baby Bop Go to the Library, Barney & BJ Go to the Zoo, and Barney's In, Out and All Around were released, three years after Barney Goes to the Farm, Barney's Animal Homes and Barney Goes to the Farm were released, four years after Barney Goes to the Dentist and Uh-Oh! were released, and five years after Sharing Is Caring was released.