4 of 5 stars to Curious George by H.A. Rey, a children’s author, who wrote this series starting in 1941. Who didn’t love Curious George when they were a child? Or even now as an adult? So many fun memories of this wonderful little monkey. In this first book, George comes home for the first time, and the infamous yellow coat becomes a hallmark. He’s so innocent, yet such a magent for bad things to happen. But aren’t all monkeys? An adorable way to teach kids to ask questions, but only up to a point, and sometimes… not knowing is better than knowing. I love reading these books to my younger cousins, seeing their eyes light up at all the adventures. And when I taught in a daycare one summer, it was our morning read every day… what was the minky doing? They couldn’t say “monkey” easily. Such fun memories…
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