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What Do People Do All Day? Paperback – Picture Book, 8 March 2018
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PRAISE FOR RICHARD SCARRY:
‘A favourite of children for generations’ - Junior magazine
‘Enchanting and inspiring’ - TES
‘One of my favourite books for many years has been Cars and Trucks and Things That Go’
- Paul Smith
About the Author
Born in Boston in 1919, Richard Scarry’s drawing talent led him to study at the Boston Museum School. He began his career in New York City as an illustrator and freelance artist, and in 1963 he published his first book, The Best Word Book Ever, which became an international best-seller.
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- Publisher : HarperCollinsChildren’sBooks (8 March 2018)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 64 pages
- ISBN-10 : 0007353693
- Reading age : 4 - 7 years
- Item Weight : 280 g
- Dimensions : 27.69 x 21.84 x 0.76 cm
- Country of Origin : United Kingdom
- Best Sellers Rank: #12,319 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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It makes several simple but important concepts clearer for kids, in a visual language they understand and relate to.
I ended up buying one more copy to give as a gift.
Completely soiled around and books are bent. I have been purcharsing books in Amazon, for many years and this is the first time I am facing such an issue.
Given the benefit of doubt to Amazon and the seller, probably all the remaining books are of similar poor quality, thus even the replacement is getting worser.
Please have this in mind, during Covid times. There seems to be an reduction in quality of such books.
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But please, please, can the text be updated so that not every character doing something other than parenting or housework is a 'he'. 52% of the world's population are women and young children need to see both sexes represented and not limited by their gender - in fact women more so as, let's face it, there's little issue with men being represented in books and the media.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 19 October 2020