Sergeant Murphy, Huckle, Lowly, Mr. Fixit, and the rest of the Busytown citizens are busy indeed in this big treasury from beloved storyteller, Richard Scarry
. Sixteen stories are collected from the classic Richard Scarry's Funniest Storybook Ever
and Richard Scarry's What Do People Do All Day?
, including "The Talking Bread," "Building a New Road," "The Unlucky Day," "A Visit to the Hospital," and "Sergeant Murphy and the Banana Thief." A whole new generation will giggle at the slapstick antics and gentle misfortunes of Scarry's colorfully drawn animal characters as they go about their everyday lives building houses, mailing birthday letters, and going fishing. In addition to the warm, funny stories, Richard Scarry's books are terrific language builders. Children pore over every page, lingering to find the droll little details they may not have caught their first--or fifty-first--time around. (Ages 2 to 6) --Emilie Coulter
From the Inside Flap
Step into Richard Scarry?s Busytown, where pigs drive speedboats, a raccoon delivers the mail, and an absent-minded rabbit gets stuck in wet cement. Sixteen favorite stories are featured in this full-color, hardcover storybook collection.