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What Do People Do All Day?

Richard Scarry shows how everyone in a society is dependent on everyone else

What Do People Do All Day?, by Richard Scarry

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Min. Age 4-6 Yrs Old

Kids will stay engrossed in Scarry's incredibly detailed Busytown tale for hours. Scarry shows how everyone in society is dependent on everyone else: The farmer sells the food he grows to the grocer, who uses his profit to shop at other stores, and so on. A.W.

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What Do People Do All Day?

Kids will stay engrossed in Scarry's incredibly detailed Busytown tale for hours. Scarry shows how everyone in society is dependent on everyone else: The farmer sells the food he grows to the grocer, who uses his profit to shop at other stores, and so on.

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Details Writer: Richard Scarry; Genre: Kids and Family; Publisher: Random House

Publisher's statement: Illus. in full color. Shows and tells what busy people do every day to build houses, sail ships, fly planes, keep house, and grow food. —from Amazon.com
Originally posted Jul 19, 2012