A Day at the Police Station
by Huck Scarry
Being a police officer is a very important job. Just ask Sergeant Murphy! In A Day at the Police Station, young readers will get an up-close look at police work—from solving crimes, to helping lost children and more! The fun, lively art will appeal to fans of Richard Scarry—and police officers—everywhere!
Paperback, 24 pages
Published May 11th 2004 by Golden Books
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Sgt. Murphy has to work an extra day to fill in for a sick officer, much to the dismay of his daughter, Bridget, who was expecting to be taken to the amusement park. He takes her to work with him and she goes from saying, "I don't like that you're a police officer" to proudly saying, "I think my daddy has the very best job EVER!"
This book was even more cool to read today because we met a real deputy Sheriff! My nearly three year old cousin was far more excited about the officer's motorbike and the sticker he was given than he was about the book. He did think that it was pretty funny that the young character in the book was riding in a bathtub instead of a sidecar.