Richard Scarry's Collection 10 Books Set Best First Book Ever - Ages 0-5 - Paperback
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Titles in This Set :
1. Great Big Mystery Book
2. Great Big Schoolhouse
3. Best Word Book Ever
4. What Do People Do All Day?
5. Cars and Trucks and Things That Go?
6. Funniest Storybook Ever
7. Planes and Rockets and Things That Fly
8. Busiest People Ever
9. Best First Book Ever
10. Best Counting Book
Sam Cat and Dudley Pig are on the trail of a thief! The perfect gift for any child or Scarry collector, The Great Big Mystery book is a collection of Richard Scarry’s mystery stories starring the loveable Sam and Dudley.
Great Big Schoolhouse
From A – Z and 1 – 10, through the seasons of the year and the colours of the rainbow, Miss Honey's schoolhouse is a very busy place indeed. Join Huckle and Lowly as they learn to tell the time, read stories about dragons and cause a little bit of chaos, in the best schoolhouse ever!
Best Word Book Ever
Join Kathy Bear, Kenny Bear and their Busytown friends to learn lots of everyday words. Illustrated in Scarry’s signature style, the book is packed with hundreds of names for objects both familiar and new, grouped by subject, occasion and theme. From colours and numbers to fruit and vegetables to animals, vehicles and so much more, this is a beautifully entertaining way to expand a child’s knowledge of the world.
What Do People Do All Day?
Everyone is busy in Busytown – from train drivers to doctors, from mothers to sailors, in police stations and on fire engines. Follow lots of busy people working through their busy days. Captain Salty and his crew are getting ready to go on a voyage; Doctor Lion is busy at the hospital; Sergeant Murphy is working hard to keep things safe and peaceful; and engineers are building new roads. Another busy day in Busytown!
Cars and Trucks and Things That Go?
From tractors to trucks, sports cars to unicycles, and fire engines to mouse beach buggies, there’s lots to see and talk about on every page
Funniest Storybook Ever
Read how Rabbit gets stuck to the road, and how little Tanglefoot trips over everything in sight! With stories such as ‘The Talking Bread’ and ‘Uncle Willie and the Pirates’, there is enough action here to satisfy the most demanding reader.
Planes and Rockets and Things That Fly
In this collection Huck takes flying lessons, we learn how planes and birds fly, the cat family goes to the air show, and Wolfgang Wolf, Benny Baboon and Harry Hyena take a trip to the moon in their own rocket! Packed with amazing Scarry detail and with stories that can be read again and again, this book will give hours of fun to fans of planes, rockets and flying!
Busiest People Ever
Do you know who greets the new arrivals at a train station? Or carries the luggage onto a ship? Who saves the day when the train is going to crash? And who delivers the apples for Grandma's apple pie? Find the answers to these questions and more with the busy residents of Busytown.
Best First Book Ever
The Best First Book Ever helps children to become familiar with over 700 words. Each large, colourful illustration is packed with everyday objects and details, all clearly labelled. Those loveable Scarry characters introduce basic subjects: the alphabet, counting, shapes and sizes, parts of the body and more!
Best Counting Book
Willy practises counting all of the things he sees – from one bunny (himself!) to a hundred fireflies in the night sky. This wonderful book makes learning your numbers fun and easy.
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