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PUB DATE: March 3, 2009

This book was orginally done in 1973 and today its still a classic for little ones learning about letters and words.

Michael loves Richard Scarry books so when he found out that he was going to get to read and review this for me he was really happy. He was even happier when I told him that it was his to keep and we wouldn’t have to return it.

If you are a fan of Richard Scarry you will recognize Sam and Dudley, they are the stars of The Great Pie Robbery. Guess what? They are on the case again! Although this time they’re searching for the alphabet. Sam and Dudley ask the readers to help them out and here’s how you can help, 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.

This is a great book about learning the alphabet and words. Michael loved taking part in the acitivity and he was asking through out the book what Sam and Dudley were going to do with the letters. Even though we have borrowed this book numerous times it was nice to see the element of surprise in it.

Thank You to Sterling Kids for sending us this book. We love it!

Although Richard Scarry passed away in 1994, his son has taken over for him. Richard’s writting career took off in 1949 when he had his big break with the book Two Little Miners and since then he has contributed more then 300 books to children and adults. He has sold more then two hundred million copies in thirty languages. With the distinctive style of drawings they have become the most recognizable to millions of people in the world.

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Comments

  1. Richard Scarry brings back such memories. Both Vance and my nephew loved his books.

  2. Michael loves these books so its nice to finally add to our collection.

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