The New Adventures of Curious George
H. A. Rey, Margret Rey
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Chase George. George hadn't meant to cause trouble. He'd only wanted to help. Now he only wanted to get away. Quickly, George found a place to hide, and the man and his assistant ran right by. But where did George go? When it was safe to come out, George jumped down. He was covered in syrup like a pancake—and he was sticking to everything! George was curious: could these napkins help him get clean? No! The napkins only made it worse. What George needed was some water to wash with.
Said. George couldn't wait to come back and see his friends. But next time he'd remember, unless you're a zookeeper... DON'T FEED THE ANIMALS! MARGRET & H. A. REY'S Curious George Goes to a Movie Illustrated in the style of H. A. Rey by Vipah Interactive Houghton Mifflin Company Boston This is George. George was a good little monkey and always very curious. One afternoon George took a trip into town with his friend, the man with the yellow hat. "Look, George," the man.
Said as they walked by the theater. "The movie we've been waiting to see is here. If we hurry, we can make the next show." "Two tickets, please," said the man with the yellow hat. As they walked through the lobby, the smell of popcorn made George hungry. But when he stopped in front of the concession stand, his friend said, "Let's find our seats first, George. The movie is about to begin." Inside the theater, they found two seats right in front. The man with the yellow hat whispered,.
To go. The audience cheered—once for the movie and once for George! The audience was still cheering when the man with the yellow hat ran into the room. "I thought I'd find you here, George," he said, and he apologized to the boy for the trouble George caused. "He did give me a scare," the boy said. "But thanks to his hand shadows, everyone waited patiently for the movie to be fixed." Then the boy restarted the movie. "Would you like a treat for your performance, George?" he asked. And.
Drew and redrew; fought over the plot, the beginning, the ending, the illustrations. Ideas came from a variety of sources: an inspiration while soaking in a hot bathtub; a news item in the paper; a piece of conversation at a party. Once they heard a biochemist tell how, as a boy, he had made a bargain with his mother to give the kitchen floor a thorough scrubbing in order to get money for a chemistry set. So one day, while his parents were out, he sprinkled the contents of a large package of.