Richard Scarry

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Richard Scarry (1919-1994) was an American from Boston who wrote and drew pictures for children's books. While his books are largely populated by animal species such as dogs, cats, raccoons, bears, owls, goats, foxes, wolves, rabbits, lions, tigers, hippos, pigs, mice, elephants, crocodiles, beavers, walruses, and more. His work became popular in the 1960s, and led to a cartoon show on Showtime (TV channel) and Nickelodeon.

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