Merry Christmas, Curious George

BOOKS Merry Christmas, Curious George By Margret Rey It S Christmastime And Irrepressible, Excitable Curious George Has Just The Spirit For It He Can T Wait To Help His Best Friend, The Man With The Yellow Hat, Pick Out Their Holiday Tree At The Tree Farm, However, Amid All The Excitement Of Finding The Perfect Specimen, George Gets Carried Away, As Usual Atop His Favorite Tree Hiding In The Tree S Branches, George Finds Himself Delivered To The Local Children S Hospital, Where His Tree Trimming Antics Cheer The Children And He Gets To Meet A Jolly Man In A Bright Red Suit.Merry Christmas, Curious George

Margret Elizabeth Rey May 16, 1906 December 21, 1996 , born Margarete Elisabeth Waldstein, was with her husband H A Rey , the co author and illustrator of children s books, best known for their Curious GeorgeAlthough she was born in Germany, she fled to Brazil early in her life to escape Nazism While there, she met her future husband Hans who was a salesman and also from Germany They mar

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  • Paperback
  • 32 pages
  • Merry Christmas, Curious George
  • Margret Rey
  • English
  • 06 September 2017
  • 9780545131506

10 thoughts on “Merry Christmas, Curious George

  1. says:

    I thought this was an original work by Margret, but it is only done in the style of It is was well written and drawn in the style of, but I don t like that these very popular storybook characters are continued to be told after the authors are gone The body of work should come to a close Putting that aside It was a cute story George is looking for a tree with the yellow hat man and he gets in a tree that ...

  2. says:

    The Man in the Yellow Hat takes George to a Christmas tree farm The Christmas tree farm had trees than George had ever seen Um, isn t Curious George from the jungle where there are many trees Anyway, of course George gets lost and ends up being taken accidentally to the Children s Hospital You know, George ends ...

  3. says:

    I haven t read about Curious George in many years I was a bit disappointed to see that these new Curious George books are trying to emulate the old ones right down to the sexism from the time of the original books.Curious George runs into trouble at the Christmas tree farm When he s up in a tree, a couple of guys cut it down and haul it off to the children s hospital, which you apparently get to through some time travel vortex All the nurses are women and wearing dresses and little white hats, all the doctors are old white men, and nobody seems to think that a creature carrying any number of zoonotic diseases is cause for concern in a building full of ill and possibly immunocompromised kids The depiction of the kids isn t very realistic, either, and I d be afraid it would frighten some children, since it shows one little girl with a mere broken arm having to stay in the hospital over Christmas There are no kids who appear to be going through chemotherapy, which you d expect to find in a chi...

  4. says:

    4 art2.5 storyThis book gets points with Squirt mostly because 1 He loves Curious George So much so that he tells me Be a good little monkey when I put him down for his nap 2 He loves everything about Chripmas So much so th...

  5. says:

    Ages 4 8Cleanliness Santa Clause appears Like my reviews I also have hundreds of detailed reports that I offer too These reports give a complete break down of everything in the book, so you ll know just how clean it is or isn t I also have Clean Guides downloadable PDFs which en...

  6. says:

    I mean you can t really go wrong with Curious George

  7. says:

    Here is another cute Christmas story that I finally had the chance to review I love Curious George He s always ready for an adventure and this one was a great one to have Children would get a kick out of this little monkey.Though a fun and heart warming read, I do wish that readers could get to know a little about George and The Man with the Yellow Hat They always seem so basic and one dimensional I don t think children would mind necessarily, but I know I always like it when characters are a bit deeper.What I loved about this book in particular is the fact that George goes to a children s hospital It s a great way to show other children, who are fortunate enough to not be in hospitals, how we can perhaps help others who aren t at home for the Christmas holiday It can raise awareness and open up discussion, which is always great.Overall, this was a sweet and simple read that I m sure many children will enjoy during the Christmas season I would recommend to you...

  8. says:

    Another Christmas classic I have enjoyed reading to my three girls over the years.

  9. says:

    In Merry Christmas, Curious George he is up to his usual tricks and escapes from the man in the big yellow hat while picking out a Christmas tree He visits a hospital and spreads joy and in they end the have a Merry Christmas This...

  10. says:

    I have read Curious George books as a child and it is amazing to share the same enthusiasm to my daughters.

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