Curious George Votes

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Curious George Votes is another adventure where George does some silly things because he is curious. In this book, George and his friend go to school. The man goes to talk to someone and leaves George sitting by himself. George sees some kids walk by and thinks it would be fun to walk in their line. He gets up and follows them to the cafeteria where the kids are voting on a new school mascot. The options are to be the tigers or the owls. George gets excited about these two animals. The kids give him stickers, he gets to paint and draw, and he gets to help the kids until an adult comes in. The adult is not very happy with George, but then a little girl explains what he did and everyone is happy again. I have not read any books about voting, so this one was fun to read. I have voted before at school, but I learned something new about voting in this book, thanks to George. This story is about as long as his other stories, and like his other stories, all kids will like it.

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Author Margret & H. A. Rey
Star Count 4/5
Format Hardcover Picture Book
Page Count 24 pages
Publisher HMH Books for Young Readers
Publish Date 2020-Sep-01
ISBN 9780358272632
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Issue December 2020
Category Children's


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