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©1952 H.A. Rey; (P)1993 Weston Woods Studios
My taste differs from kid books to gory horror books.
GEORGE WAS CURIOUS
Curious George was one of my favorites as a small kid. He is still very entertaining, but I wonder does the story teach kids, it is okay to be bad if you are cute. The man in the Yellow Hat sure is patient.
At 11 minutes this might be long for the very little ones.
There does not seem to be any synchronized images of Doctor Seuss books, I wonder why that is?
This is a cute, quick listen for young kids and a big hit with fans of the Curious George tales! The narration is whimsical and sweet, perfectly suited to the story.
This book makes a great quiet time activity for toddlers and young pre-schoolers!
I always loved Curious George when I was growing up and still find it delightful. That little monkey does manage to get himself in quite the jam though it always turns out alright. these stories reflect the innocence of children and remind us that sometimes it is just curiosity that causes them to do things that turn out bad but that doesn't make them bad kids.
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