Title: Richard Scarry's What Do People Do All Day?
Author: Richard Scarry
Illustrator: Richard Scarry
Year: 1977
Binding: Hardback
Publisher: Collins
Remarks: c.1982 reprint
Book Condition: Good
Jacket Condition: No Jacket

 

Description: Everyone is busy in Busytown – from train drivers to doctors, from mothers to sailors, in police stations and on fire engines. Follow a colourful collection of busy people working through their busy days. Captain Salty and his crew are getting ready to go on a voyage, Sergeant Murphy is working hard to keep things safe and peaceful, and engineers are building new roads. It's another busy day in Busytown!

Illustrated throughout with Scarry's enchanting, double-spread colour drawings.

Glazed pictorial boards. Covers have minor wear: light creasing, 'invisible' scratches. Minor pockmarks on front (refer to image). Spine and corners bumped; former is slightly damaged at head. Pages are only slightly creased from handling, but are in otherwise very good condition: unmarked, untanned and completely free from foxing.

Although the year of publication is given as 1977, the presence of a barcoded ISBN suggests that this is a reprint from c.1982.

Measures 32.5 cm × 24 cm (7.6″ × 5.2″). Folio. 63 pp.

Price: £16.95

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