Richard Scarry's Best Storybook Ever
Written by Richard Scarry and others
Illustrated by Richard Scarry
Picture Book (Series)
Ages 3 to 7
Random House, 1968, 0-307-16548-5
In this wonderful collection readers will find some of Richard Scarry's most beloved stories and many excerpts from his most popular books. There are stories including the one about Nicholas the bunny who lives in a hollow tree and who shares his experiences of the seasons with the reader. There is the funny story of Pip Pip the cat who went to London "to seek his fame and fortune in the service of the Queen" but who had trouble finding a job that was suited to his skills.
In addition to the stories there are pages that show the different kinds of buildings that one can see in the world, the parts of the body, numbers, colors, the different jobs that people do, Mother Goose nursery rhymes and much more. With almost three hundred illustrated pages to examine and literally hundreds of words to learn this book is a treasure and a must for all children's libraries.
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