Richard Scarry's What Do People Do All Day. First Edition, copyright 1968, A Random House Book, 95 pages, written and illustrated by Richard Scarry.
Stories include: Building a New House, Mailing a Letter, Mother's Work is Never Done, A Voyage on a Ship, Sergeant Murphy of the Busytown Police Department, Firemen to the Rescue, A Visit to the Hospital, The Train Trip, The Story of Seeds and How They Grow, The Airplane Ride, Wood and How We Use iI, Digging Coal to Make Electricity Work For Us, Building a New Road, Cotton and How We Use it, Where Bread Comes From, and Water. This is a hardcover book and good condition. The inside is bright, bold without flaws. The outside edge of papers in the very bottom corner (outside edge only) have a small water mark and there is wear on the corners of the outside of the book (see photos)... it is priced accordingly. Note: A Mother's work is never done, Sergeant Murphy of the Busytown Police Department, Coal, and Water have been removed from later printings of the book. This is a very collectible copy. No rips, tears, odors or writing on the pages.