Why We Love It
Need to explain to your ever-curious toddler how the water comes out of the faucet, how paper is made or where letters go once they are dropped into the mailbox? Richard Scarry’s What Do People Do All Day? expertly answers these questions and many more. Toddlers and their siblings can spend hours pouring over Scarry’s captivating illustrations and clear explanations. There is so much to look at and talk about on each page (and lots to giggle at as well!). As toddlers become curious about the world, this classic book will be endlessly fascinating for years to come.
- Next time you mail a letter with your toddler, ask “Do you remember when Betsy Bear from Busy Town mailed a letter to Grandma? What happens to the letter now?”
- Kids are fascinated with how things work. Visit a building site and watch the trucks and people at work. Take a train ride, buy tickets, find your train and figure out where your stop will be.
- Remind your toddler about Farmer Alfalfa, plant some fast growing seeds in a pot and watch them grow!
Recommended Read Alikes
- Richard Scarry’s Cars and Trucks and Things That Go, by Richard Scarry
- Building a House by Byron Barton
- Jobs (All Change!) by Angela Lambert