Anna Grossnickle Hines
Curious George and the man in the yellow hat attend a baseball game to cheer on the Mudville Miners.
Rich, luminous fabrics. Eleven miles of thread. An uncountable number of stitches. Clear, sparkling words. With these ingredients Anna Grossnickle Hines celebrates the lights that brighten the darkest season of our year. In poems and quilts she captures each heartening glow and flicker, from the moon and aurora borealis to the holiday lights of Santa Lucia, Hanukkah, Christmas, Kwanzaa, and Chinese New Year to one lone candle and a hidden flashlight...
George is excited to attend his first sleepover, but he doesn't anticipate how worried he will feel, and luckily, his friends are there to help him overcome his homesickness.
When George and the man in the yellow hat visit the aquarium, George's curiosity gets the better of him and he accidentally joins some of the exhibits.
Curious George is so happy about the thank-you card he receives from his friend Betsy that he decides to send cards to all his friends who have shown kindness to him.
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When Curious George attends the first day of school as a special helper, he winds up creating a big mess.