|Title||:||Curious George Flies a Kite|
|Format Type||:||Kindle Edition|
|Publisher||:||Modan Pub 10 Juni 2008|
|Number of Pages||:||264 Pages|
|File Size||:||868 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Curious George Flies a Kite Reviews
Curious George always seems to be getting into incredible trouble, yet he always seems to escape the consequences. This book is giving our children an unreal view of how the consequences of their actions can be avoided. Curious George rates highly on the literature scale, but when reading this book to our children, they need to understand that the adventures George gets himself into are fictional. They need to understand that we need to be responsible for our actions, and consequences are needed to develop their moral character.
No, your kids won't learn how to save the world from this book but it will make them laugh and they'll enjoy reading it. I think the lesson here is more that despite getting into trouble for being a silly little monkey, George can always count on the unconditional love of the Man in the Big Yellow Hat.
This book doesn't really teach kids like some of the other books. The book is about a mokey, and it is always getting into trouble but never facing the consiqunces. I real life young kids are courious but they don't always excape like in the book. This book is a good adventure book but not a good learning book
We own almost every Curious George book that has been published, either paperback or a collection of stories in a hardcover. I noticed we were missing one, so I ordered this without really reading anything about it. When it arrived as a stocking stuffer for Christmas, I was surprised at how thick it is! Our kids (ages 4 and 2) really enjoy it, but sometimes we have to put it off for another night if it's late and the kids need to get to sleep. It's almost like a few different Curious George books combined into one.Overall, though, it's a very cute book and I'm glad I bought it. It came with a read-along CD, which we have yet to try out. This is certainly a must-have for those who love Curious George!(As a side note, Curious George is not actually a "monkey," because monkeys have tails. George is an ape.) :o)
several short stories that flow from one to the next, it is easy to read a few at bedtime and my son is happy if we don't read all 50+ pages. great book!
great product and service
beware of the number of pages. I got this because my 18 month old loves curious George. Well I failed to notice it's like 80 pages. He won't sit through it so we put it up until he's older.
Long book, but still a great adventure with George.