Richard Scarry's Best Storybook Ever

Richard Scarry's Best Storybook Ever

Alejandra Valera
Oct 11, 2007

Everything old is new again, isn't that true? Well it certainly seems to be the case with children's books and Richard Scarry's Best Storybook Ever. This children's book anthology features children's stories by Patricia Scarry, Richard Scarry and a few others and all are beautifully illustrated by Richard Scarry. Anthropomorphic animals run rampant in stories set everywhere from Paris, London, Algeria to a tiny hollow in a tree. What we love most about this book is that it instantly takes us back to our childhood. We read about tiny mice falling in love and getting married; zoo animals who act out the months of the years; jewel thieves in Paris who hide from policemen in a pot of soup... The book contains over 80 stories and poems, so you can keep this one next to the bed for a long time. Related posts: • Baby's First Art BookTop Ten Classic BooksCoffee Table Children's Book
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