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Jorge el curioso El jonrón / Curious George Home Run (Green Light Readers Level 1)

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George is excited to go to his first baseball game to watch his friend Marco play. While Marco focuses on hitting his first home run, George gets to play scorekeeper. But George doesn't know in which order to hang the numbers. With help from Marco and the girl at the snack stand, George learns about number sequence and a handy trick for putting double digits in order.  In ...more
Paperback, 24 pages
Published April 3rd 2012 by HMH Books for Young Readers
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Matt
Sep 30, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
George attends his friend’’s baseball game, only to be asked to play the role of scorekeeper. While George is excited by this, he has the issue of not knowing the order of numbers. After learning the trick, George thinks that he has mastered it all, only to learn that double digits offer a new round of confusion. Once he has perfected that, George can happily keep score or run the canteen, leaving everyone happy as can be. Neo liked the book, which he assisted reading, as he knew all about numbe ...more
Janine Darragh
Cute little level 1 bilingual book about Jorge el Curioso at a baseball game.
Margaret Chind
While I was content with paperback, I am thrilled to know it is also available in hardcover! Cute. Love adding Curious George to our new readers pile. These are actually my first intro to Green Light Readers as before I have only really been I Can Read! With these similar books from a different publisher so far I am not disappointed. These are great for interaction and read-to-me time. I also love this one because it involves numbers as well as a fun story and new words.


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Margaret Chind
Cute. Love adding Curious George to our new readers pile. These are actually my first intro to Green Light Readers as before I have only really been I Can Read! With these similar books from a different publisher so far I am not disappointed. These are great for interaction and read-to-me time. I also love this one because it involves numbers as well as a fun story and new words.

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Thanks to HMH for providing a copy for review.

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Margaret Chind
Everything I said about the English version of this one holds true. This one is cool, it is bilingual and has english and spanish on each page. This makes the font size smaller and overall I like the bigger words, but this is perfectly legable. Also on the back page there is a different activity. So neat to have bilingual readers. Very valuable. Even the Enginerd thinks it is cool.

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Thanks to HMH for providing a copy for review.

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Rosa Cline
Jul 19, 2014 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: kids, spring, baseball
These 'newer' version Curious George books are still almost as nice as the original Curious George books. They are more 'educational' leaning toward Science and Mathematics. This one George learns about baseball, and in the process learns how to count 1 - 10 and then 11-19. In the end of the book there is also a 'helpful parents' pages and it gives you a list of things to either do or read and help explain baseball to your child. Really neat...
Tina
Oct 12, 2014 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Reading Level: Primary
Genre: Fantasy
Review: This this tale, Curious George learns about the game of baseball. While this book makes for a great easy reader, it doubles as a counting book. Specifically, it shows kids how to put numbers in order.
Vee
Oct 12, 2012 rated it it was ok
Another short simple bilingual book to study.
Meghan
Jul 27, 2015 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Sean: I just don't like this book.
Jeani
Jul 19, 2015 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Great easy reader about how to play baseball, as well as about why numerical order is important. There are also two great at-home extension activities in the back that are easy to implement.
Library
Jul 21, 2016 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: easy-readers
A fun baseball story the reinforces counting - as George learns the process so can the reader. In addition, a scoreboard activity and the basics of baseball are included after the story.
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Hans Augusto Rey was born on September 16, 1898, in Hamburg, Germany. He grew up there near the world-famous Hagenbeck Zoo, and developed a lifelong love for animals and drawing. Margarete Elisabeth Waldstein (who would be known to most of the world as Margret Rey) was also born in Hamburg on May 16, 1906. The two met briefly when Margret was a young girl, before she left Hamburg to study art. The ...more
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