Curious George in the Snow
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Curious George in the Snow (Curious George New Adventures)

3.8 of 5 stars 3.80  ·  rating details  ·  237 ratings  ·  11 reviews
George and the man with the yellow hat enjoy watching the winter sports competition. When they stop to warm up with some cocoa, George's curiosity about the racing equipment leads to some wild rides up and down the slopes. He creates quite a stir at the resort, and may even create a new sport! The adventures of Curious George continue in an all-new series beginning in fall...more
Paperback, 24 pages
Published October 26th 1998 by HMH Books (first published December 31st 1997)
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How I love teaching my boys about a lack of consequence! It's ok that George messed up the skier's race because the skier won the next race! Kids are not as dumb as some people think. My boys thought George would have been in trouble if the skier had not won the second race. My five-year-old did not think this made sense and he is correct. I know, curious George sacrilege.
Curious George goes on a trip to a ski resort and his curiosity gets the better of him. His trips down the mountain are pretty crazy and quite dangerous but good old George is able to get through them all with no scrapes or bruises. My son's favorite part is when George mistook a pizza pan for a small sled. He thought it was the silliest thing ever.
The man in the yellow hat says, "I'll be right back, so don't get into any trouble." I just roll my eyes... isn't this how all the Curious George stories go? You'd think this guy would have learned by now. I can't help but be aggravated by how a disruptive and destructive pet (also applies to a misbehaving child) receives applause at the end of the story as everything somehow works out for the best.

And then there's the problem about the "monkey" not having a tail (click here to see an educationa...more
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It's a fairly typical George story, man in yellow hat leaves him alone thinking he'll stay put. But it's not actually by Margaret and H.A. Rey. It's done in their style and I feel this should be clearly printed on the cover.
Olson Family Matters
Madelyn kept wanting to read this one, but the story was just not up to par with other Curious George stories in my opinion.
Good for Curious George enthusiasts but not great as a standalone story (or as a read-aloud for storytime either).
Frank really liked this story, especially when George crashes into the pole.
Erroll Treslan
A great story that is well enjoyed by little skiers and snowboarders.
continues the story of the cute little monkey who moves to the city
This series is always a hit!
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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 George

Although 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...more
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