As a child, from a very young age, I was a voracious reader. I simply loved to read–from Dick and Jane to Pride and Prejudice. Novels, short stories, biographies, anything. Among my most beloved books was this:
Richard Scarry’s Best Storybook Ever. My mom saved my tattered copy and sent it to me last year. Now it’s one of my son’s favorites.
It’s filled with short stories and little vignettes where silly animals depict human life in silly ways. From colors to ABCs to animals to cities, learning takes place on every page. Ideal for vocabulary development and also story time, as the stories are brief, fun, and delightfully illustrated. Pierre Bear, and any page with with diggers, trains or trucks, rates tops with my little one.
Luckily it’s still in print. Makes a great addition to your family library or a wonderful, ageless gift for little ones in your life.
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