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One should read Curious George (television Program) , schoolhouse fun a fabulous book by H. A. Rey. I wanted to get my children who are ages 3 and 12 a Christmas present when my relative Daryl from Lubbock thought they would be interested in reading the child’s book Curious George (television Program) – schoolhouse fun.

Three easy-learning concept books (colors, shapes, and numbers) and 6 pop-out paper character figures inside container that unfolds into a pop-up schoolhouse setting, showing both the outside of the building and the inside of a classroom.

Written by H. A. Rey and it was published around July of 2012 by HMH Books. The book is concerning Colors along with Form perception, Counting and Shapes and is thought to be a very good juvenile fiction. For anyone who is in the library you can most certainly look it up with the Dewey Decimal number, P. The child’s book is 52 pages long and it contains different black & white drawings. Curious George and related characters, created by Margret and H. A. Rey. The table of contents is: Color fun — Shapes — Numbers. The children’s book is 0.82″ / 8.23″ / 8.22″.

This children’s book is currrently available for sale for less than bookstore prices. I would like for you to get the best price and service when purchasing a child’s book.