Curious George s Are You Curious Do you ever feel like George Are you curious Are you mischievous Curious kids can read along with their parents to see if they behave like the monkey best known for getting in and out of mischief

  • Title: Curious George's Are You Curious?
  • Author: H.A. Rey
  • ISBN: 9780395899243
  • Page: 291
  • Format: Board Book
  • Do you ever feel like George Are you curious Are you mischievous Curious kids can read along with their parents to see if they behave like the monkey best known for getting in and out of mischief.

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    1. This is the first of the seven Curious George books produced by husband and wife team of Hans Augusto and Margaret Rey, although only Hans (the illustrator - Margaret was the writer) was initially credited with the work.Being the first in the series the reader is introduced to George as a 'good little monkey and always curious' and then is shown what George can do. He balances a ball on his head and feels happy, he blows a trumpet so that he can be loud, he is scared and cries when a bundle of b [...]

    2. This works well with children who are changing stages of comprehension. It is short and the pictures are engaging if they are at that level, but as they start listening more the questions asked and pictures work well to reinforce the child's own emotions and connections. Sometimes you are naughty and need a time out.

    3. Maybe I liked this one because my four-year-old niece answered all the questions aloud as I read. And at "Are you ever scared?" she giggled and said, "Of course."

    4. This books is not as some reviewers state one of the original 7 books attributed to H.A. Rey and his wife. It is available as a standalone board book or part of the 'Curious Gorge Box of Books' which contains the following titles:Curious George's OppositesCurious George's 1 to 10 and Back AgainCurious George's ABC'sCurious George's Are You Curious?My youngest and I recently read this book through a number of times. The first time through I helped her a bit. Buy the third or fourth time through s [...]

    5. My three year old and I read this at bedtime *along with several others*. I must say it's not my favourite Rey book. I appreciate the book relays a range of feelings to small children; however, not thrilled with the naughty page and subsequent time out - as this is a board book whose primary market is presumably the young toddler set? Do we really need to encourage naughty behaviour - don't they get into enough of that without assistance? Then again, he is a cheeky monkey! My youngest son seems [...]

    6. This is a good picture-board book to help your child understand his-her feelings. Each page has an illustration of George the monkey doing something that corresponds with his feelings and then askes something like "you ever feel sad" "you ever feel silly" etc.

    7. My daughter likes all the Curious George books that we have. This one is not my favorite. I'm not sure how I feel about some of the language. In this book it asks if you are mischievious and naughty.

    8. This book would be good if it weren't for the "Have you ever been naught so that you need a time out?" I don't believe in punishing children, and children who have parented consentually and with respect may very well find George sitting all alone on a bench very sad.

    9. I like the curious George show. Our toddler hasn't watched any. He couldn't much relate to the character or the illustrations. He quietly looked at the feelings of George while I read.

    10. My first bookI love re-reading the books that I loved reading as a child, books like this and Charlotte's Web. I still remember my emotions

    11. In Africa lived little monkey but he was very curious. One day a man with yellow hat come in the Africa and see little monkey . He wanted to take little monkey with him I the big city

    12. This is a great introduction to feeling. Curious George depicts sadness, anger, curiosity, etc. and it's great as a board book. My son loved that he could easily turn the pages.

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