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Richard Scarry books... I LOVED these
Richard Scarry - the best word book ever - kids book first reading easy
Richard Scarry-my favorite childhood book! Who doesn't love these books.
Best World Book cover 1963. Still have it somewhere.
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Richard Scarry great word book for kids
Label Maker. I still have my dad's and all the unused tape from the 70s
I wish I had one now
These were so fun!
I have just bought one ...
I've always wanted one. :3
we had these books and we would look at them over and over and over!
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Yes I used these to basically make my hair look like I had stuck my finder in an electrical socket!
Richard Scarry books (and I think I even had placemats too) - still awesome. :)
I loved em, too.
Richard Scarry's Busy, Busy World. I loved this book. I forgot the Irish pig hitching a ride on top of the bus.
Good Night Little Bear, Illustrations by Richard Scarry, 1969 edition / via try-whistling-this on flickr
Love Richard Scarry!
My son loved this book. For you Little Bear...
I still have my Richard Scarry books....they were my favorite!!! Even more fun was sharing them with my son. ♥♥♥
Hours of reading fun. Lots of little details and practical explanations of how some people live.
one of my favorite books ever!! My mom still had it, and sent it to me.
Oh my GOSH Jennifer Ahlstrom! I had the same book! :D
:D I am soo amazed that my mom still had it!! she sent it to me with a couple others... now I just need to break out the crayons!!
I still have this exact same book!! I am trying to pass along the Richard Scarry love to my nieces too....
Wonderful memories of my son and I with this book.
Loved sharing all his RS books.Cherished memories!
Best Word Book Ever by Richard Scarry. This was my favorite book as a kid. I loved the illustrations and could spend hours looking at it.
Loved, loved, loved that book! I would spend hours looking at it. My kids loved it too.
Richard Scarry is right up there with Dr Seuss for must have books
Illustration by Richard Scarry