Get ready to join Curious George on his exciting journeys, where laughter, learning, and the joy of discovery await on every page.
Who’s Curious George
Curious George is a popular and beloved children’s book character created by H.A. Rey and Margret Rey. He is an inquisitive little monkey known for his adventurous spirit and curiosity about the world around him. George is often getting into various comical and sometimes precarious situations due to his curiosity.
The original book, “Curious George,” was published in 1941, and it introduced George, a little monkey who is captured in Africa and brought to live in the city by “the Man with the Yellow Hat.”
Together, they have many adventures, and George’s curiosity often leads to entertaining and educational experiences.
George finds a hutch of adorable bunnies. He thinks it would be so much fun to play hide-and-seek with one of the baby bunnies, so he lifts it from its cage, sets it on the ground, and closes his eyes. But—oh, no—the bunny runs off, and George can't find it anywhere!
There are so many things to explore with Curious George! Whether it's touching George's fuzzy tummy or feeling an alligator's scale, this board book is filled with tactile experiences for the youngest readers.
Get ready to read and play with Curious George’s Train—an interactive board book that's shaped like a train! Includes movable parts and pop-out play pieces for the added fun of creating your own train yard.
What could be sweeter than a cuddly little monkey? With short, rhyming text, charming illustrations and mirrors for little ones to engage with, this board book is the perfect gift to show your little monkey just how much you love them!
George is so excited to go visit his friend Rami’s school! George packs a banana snack and is ready to have an adventure. Between Circle Time, outdoor play, and the many toys and crafts, George is one happy monkey. But can a curious monkey make it through the whole day without getting into any trouble?
Help George find the milking pail, gather all of the eggs in the hen house and even come up with a plan to keep the crows away from the crops! Interactive flaps on every spread reveal hidden details to delight little ones on repeat readings.