Tuesday, July 5, 2016

Picture Book Review: Curious George Goes Camping

Curious George Goes Camping, Margret and H.A. Rey style by Vipah Interactive, Houghton Mifflin Company, Boston, 1999.
Here is a new twist on the Curious George theme.  Turns out Curious George isn't much help putting up the tent, so The Man in the Yellow Hat suggest he get a pail of water.  When George pours water on a campfire that people were still using, in things they mad at him, and takes off running.  He hears foot prints behind him, and it isn't until he is deep in the forrest that he realizes he has been running with a deer.  He finds himself with lots of animals, including a black and white kitty, that doesn't want to play.  George is sprayed.  He washes, but still smells, he climbs a tree trying to escape the smell.  It doesn't work, but he sees something important.  He is needed with his pail to pour on a forrest fire.  George agin saves the day, but he still stinks.

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