Huckle, Lowly Worm, and rest of the schoolchildren are inspired by their teacher's discussion about different kinds of occupations and what people in those fields do all day. The kids run to the schoolyard for some make-believe, playing at what they'd like to be when they grow up. Huckle becomes a grocer like his father, Freddie Fox a baker specializing in mud pies, and Rhonda Raccoon a truck driver delivering baked goods. Consistent with the usual excellence of the Richard Scarry video series, Best Busy People introduces the concept of how a complicated society functions, with everyone's job having an impact on everyone else's. The jokes are funny, the songs are sweet, and Scarry's popular book What Do People Do All Day? makes great supplementary reading. --Tom Keogh --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
My three year old son watches one dvd every day. Mostly he choses one of richard scarry and I like to watch them too! Funny, interessting and nothing scarry. Read morePublished on Feb. 17 2003 by mira rommelspacher
My three years old son falls in love with Richard Scarry's stories. The video arouses little toddlers' curiosity to think about the topic: What would you like to do when you grow... Read morePublished on Sept. 22 2002
My youngest, now 2, is seriously in love with this movie. Not only does she sing along to the whole movie, but also the clips that show after to promote other Busy People videos. Read morePublished on Aug. 1 2002
Our son was passed down this video, along with the Counting, ABC's and Mother Goose tapes. He loves all of them, especially Busy People. Read morePublished on April 7 2002
My 28 month old loves this video and has learnt tremendously from it. It is exceptionally well tailored to the mind of the toddler.Published on Oct. 31 1999 by ED
This video is well worth purchasing. It is a refreshing break - even though you will see it alot. My husband and I constantly throw busy people trivia questions at each other. Read morePublished on Oct. 17 1999