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Book Review: Curious George by H. A. Rey

Curious George by H.A. Rey
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

As a kid, I loved this little monkey, and now that I am a mother with children, I am enjoying the fact that my kids have fallen in love with him as well. 84 more words

Goodreads

Curious George Haunted Halloween

Curious George Haunted Halloween by Joe Fallon

Recommended by Emma L., age 7

Curious George and his friends went to Renkinses’ Pumpkin Farm. They were scared of the ghosts. 13 more words

Grades Kindergarten To Second

Children's character Curious George observes Ramadan

The just-released children’s book ‘It’s Ramadan, Curious George’ celebrates the Muslim holiday, teaching kids about the sacred month.

EDITOR’S NOTE: Hitler knew that if you wanted to completely change how a nation viewed something, you had to start with the children.

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Iconic children's book character goes Muslim for Ramadan

In a new installment of the venerable¬†Curious George¬†series of children’s books, the eponymous monkey joins a Muslim friend in the observance of Ramadan. 126 more words

News

Curious George Arrested After Stuffing 12 Pounds of Bananas Down Company Toilet

Coworkers described Curious George as a breath of fresh air when he started in data entry in the spring of 2014. They simply had no way of knowing hiring a wild monkey to work in an office would end in thousands of dollars in property damage and irreparable harm to office morale. 582 more words

Curious George celebrates Ramadan for the first time

Via Middle East Eye

Growing up in Maryland, Hena Khan would scour her school and local libraries looking for books that reflected her personal experience. But her search always came up empty. 1,161 more words

Curious George: No Longer Curious After 3 Years Working in Data Entry

Coworkers described Curious George as a welcomed addition to the team when he started in data entry in the spring of 2014. Even after George caused a 3 day power outage in his quest to understand florescent lighting, and later when he flooded the building after wondering how many bananas would fit in a toilet, people still loved George’s infectious enthusiasm.¬† 582 more words