Richard Scarry is one of the greatest childrenâ€™s authors of all times, a classic in more than fifty countries. He has been described as the author who doesnâ€™t write his books: he draws them. His pages contain never-ending stories that happily and funnily describe the real world. Scarryâ€™s books will accompany children throughout their childhood: at 3 they look at the pictures and learn the names, at 4 and 5 they start appreciating the details of the pictures and stories, at 6 they start reading the words on their own. The dictionary contains more than 2500 entries, 650 images and a lot of stories to learn while having fun. Age: 5 years and up.