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Curious George Feeds the Animals
by H. A. Rey
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Amazon.com Amazon.com Review (ISBN 039591910X, Paperback)George is the irrepressibly curious chimp who has delighted children for more than 50 years with his inadvertent antics. Young readers know better than to trust George on his own, but somehow the man with the yellow hat never seems to learn. Although George's intentions are always good, trouble follows this affable ape like a mischievous little shadow. This time the misadventures take place at the zoo, where George and his friend have gone to see the new rain forest exhibit. Despite the "Do not feed the animals" signs, generous George wants to share his peanuts with the cute koalas; the poor, ravenous alligators; and the friendly giraffes. Pandemonium ensues, but George manages to turn things around--and even save the day!
Although there's something ever so slightly odd about Curious George visiting a zoo, neither he nor the other visitors seem to be bothered by the incongruity, so why should we? Based on the original Curious George character, and written and illustrated in the style of George's creators, this new episode in everybody's favorite impish chimp's life will delight one and all. Featuring the art of Vipah Interactive, the animators of Curious George CD-ROMs, this book will impress even the hardcore traditionalist. Curious about George's other escapades? Try The Complete Adventures of Curious George. (Ages 4 to 8) --Emilie Coulter
(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 17:59:24 -0400)
Curious George gets in trouble by feeding the animals at the zoo, but when a parrot escapes from the rainforest exhibit he is able to save the day.
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