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The Curious George book sitting on your shelf could be worth thousands of dollars!

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Margret Elizabeth Rey (May 1906 – December was a German-born American writer and illustrator, known best for the Curious George series of children's picture books that she and her husband H. Rey created from 1939 to

In this the original book about the curious monkey George is taken from the jungle by the man in the yellow hat- Top quality children's item- Provide your baby with the finest products on the market t

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Curious George at the Airport - H. A. Rey & Margret Rey
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Curious George is up to more mischief in this cute little unit! You can use it right before an Open House or to start your school year by reading Margaret and H.A. Reys Curious George goes to School.George and the man with the Yellow Hat are on their way to an Open House at school.
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Curious George is up to more mischief in this cute little unit! You can use it right before an Open House or to start your school year by reading Margaret and H.A. Reys Curious George goes to School.George and the man with the Yellow Hat are on their way to an Open House at school.

Curious George is up to more mischief in this cute little unit!  You can use it right before an Open House or to start your school year by reading Margaret and H.A. Reys Curious George goes to School.George and the man with the Yellow Hat are on their way to an Open House at school.
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Collecting rocks, roasting marshmallows, canoeing on lakes – we love camping. The weather is warming up. It’s time to start reserving campsites and dusting off camping gear. Whether you’re getting ready for a camping trip or preparing for a Camping Story Time, these are some great picture books about camping. I found camping books for …
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Booktopia has Curious George Goes Camping, Curious George by REY H. Buy a discounted Paperback of Curious George Goes Camping online from Australia's leading online bookstore.

Great end-of-summer activity = Backyard Camping! Fun activities and books for families.

When the man with the yellow hat takes George camping, George is very excited. There is so much to do at the campsite—pitching a tent, gathering water, meeting fellow campers—that George hardly knows where to begin (he only hopes the day will end .

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Collecting rocks, roasting marshmallows, canoeing on lakes – we love camping. The weather is warming up. It’s time to start reserving campsites and dusting off camping gear. Whether you’re getting ready for a camping trip or preparing for a Camping Story Time, these are some great picture books about camping. I found camping books for …

Collecting rocks, roasting marshmallows, canoeing on lakes – we love camping. The weather is warming up. It’s time to start reserving campsites and dusting off camping gear. Whether you’re getting ready for a camping trip or preparing for a Camping Story Time, these are some great picture books about camping. I found camping books for …
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Curious George Curious About Letters. #StayCurious
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Pretzel. My dogs name is pretzel and he looks like a dachshund. And he's chocolate colored.
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Pretzel (Curious George) by H. Darrin bought me this @ Serendipity 3 in New York.

Pretzel by Margaret Rey; Pretzel finds that being the longest dachshund in all the world is not enough to win the favor of Greta, the little dachshund from across the street. Brutus and Maximus: Joe's Dashing Dachshunds

precious Doxie book, I remember reading this book as a kid

This is the book I loved. not Go, Dog, Go! Pretzel turned me into the dachshund lover I am today. Putting this in James' Easter basket!

Pretzel. My dogs name is pretzel and he looks like a dachshund. And he's chocolate colored.

Pretzel. My dogs name is pretzel and he looks like a dachshund. And he's chocolate colored.
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Big book for borrow from CE! Request it like a loanable through your Community Engagement team member (this item is not in Polaris)!
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Stellaluna by Janell Cannon - fantastic book, my son loved this book when he was little (although his favorite one by Cannon was VERDI). Stellaluna, a bat, wishes to be a bird!

Stellaluna is a good book. Because well, I guess Stellaluna is a good book. Let me tell you some bat facts. Well, Stellaluna is also base.

Do bats give you the willies? Then it's about time, teachers, that you met Stellaluna. Stellaluna is an adorable baby bat that sta.

Stellaluna is a charming picture book about a baby fruit bat which also offers a host of learning opportunities for your child. Find out what activities my children and I have enjoyed doing.

Big book for borrow from CE! Request it like a loanable through your Community Engagement team member (this item is not in Polaris)!

Big book for borrow from CE! Request it like a loanable through your Community Engagement team member (this item is not in Polaris)!

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"If a bossy kangaroo jumped through your window and started telling you what to do and refused to go away and had all kinds of other animals joining him...what would you do? Would you tell that kangaroo a thing or two?"

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