Richard Scarry's Find Your ABC's

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Sterling Publishing Company, Inc., 1973 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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Sam and Dudley, stars of The Great Pie Robbery, are on the case again! This time they’re searching for the alphabet, and they’d be really happy if kids would help. Here’s how: throughout the book, the words for a variety of objects appear next to their pictures—and on every page just one letter of the alphabet is highlighted. That letter is always shown in color.

So join the hunt…and at the end, find out what Sam and Dudley will do with the letters they’ve found!

 

  

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Review: Richard Scarry's Find Your ABC'S (Pictureback®)

User Review  - Lindsey - Goodreads

A great classic. Read full review

Review: Richard Scarry's Find Your ABC'S (Pictureback®)

User Review  - Bunnyjadwiga - Goodreads

Though my boy, at 4 and a half, is really not old enough for this one-- he doesn't have the attention to find all the tiny letters-- he loves to have it read to him, as his uncles did before him! The ... Read full review

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Contents

Section 1
Section 2
Section 3
Section 4
Section 5
Section 6
Section 7
Section 8
Section 10
Section 11
Section 12
Section 13
Section 14
Section 15
Section 16
Copyright

Section 9

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About the author (1973)

Richard Scarry Born on June 5, 1919 in Boston. He attended Boston's Museum of Fine Arts School, studying art from 1939 to 1942. He served in the army as an art director, editor, and writer of information publications in North Africa and Italy. After the war Scarry worked in New York as a free-lance illustrator. His first book, Two Little Miners, was published in 1949, followed by five other children's books, published by Simon and Schuster in the same year. He worked throughout the 50's illustrating books done by various authors, usually for Golden Press. In 1963 he made his breakthrough with Richard Scarry's Best World Book Ever. The large-format book sold seven million copies in twelve years. He also illustrated several books written by J.D. Bevington. After twenty years with Golden Books, Scarry decided to move to Ramdom House. Scarry published over 300 books with total sales of 300 million worldwide, more than any other author. Richard Scarry died in his home in Gstaad on April 30, 1994.

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