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Richard Scarry's Best Busytown Games & Activity Bookby Richard Scarry
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Great Big Schoolhouse is lovingly remembered by generations of American children whose first day at school was undoubtedly made easier by Scarry's warm, friendly, and comforting classroom. Huckle's life changes forever as he joins his classmates on the school bus; meets Miss Honey, his sympathetic teacher; and learns the alphabet, new vocabulary, numbers, the days of the week, and the hours of the day. Of course, there's recess, show and tell, and
a few unexpected adventures, too Young readers are welcomed in, as they're asked to help some of Huckle's friends answer Miss Honey's questions.Beautifully produced, this is the perfect gift for any child approaching school age--and the flip side of the dust jacket hides a fun surprise: a Richard Scarry A-Z wall poster.
Beloved by generations of children, this classic book introduces a warm, friendly, and comforting classroom where young Huckle's life changes forever. Beautifully reproduced, this edition comes with a Richard Scarry A-Z wall poster. Full color. Consumable.
It's BIG! This follow-up to Richard Scarry's Richard Scarry's Big Busy Sticker and Activity Book is jam-packed with puzzles, mazes, dot-to-dots, color-by-numbers, word searches, word scrambles, crosswords, and more. Plus, there are over 100 playing cards designed in Scarry's signature style for each adventure. Collectible and tradable, the cards will inspire hours of card game playing fun!
About the Author
Richard Scarry is one of America's most enduring and bestselling artists and writers. Over a career that spanned five decades, he created more than 300 books, a body of work that has sold more than 200 million copies in 30 languages. Scarry began his career as a magazine artist and freelance illustrator of children's books. Scarry's stories are filled with irresistible animals, all drawn in his distinctive style that has become recognizable to millions of fans all over the world. Richard Scarry passed away in 1994.
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