Happy Easter, Curious George

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    At the park, George learns to dye eggs with a few new friends. But what will he do when the Easter Bunny goes missing?

    Happy Easter, Curious George

    At the park with the man with the yellow hat, George discovers a world of holiday fun: Flying kites, dying eggs, decorating baskets, racing eggs, and even meeting the adorable Easter Bunny. But when the eggs get “lost” and the bunny goes missing, George’s curiosity gets him into—and back out of—a little more trouble than he expected.

    Come along with Curious George as he learns how to mix colors, makes new friends, and has a blast at his very first Easter egg hunt. When it comes to hiding Easter eggs, being a monkey just might prove even better than being the Easter Bunny.

    Based on Margret and H. A. Rey’s timeless character and published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company in 2010, Happy Easter, Curious George is a lively story about learning new things and having fun. It also shows how misperceptions can put us in tricky situations. This animated book stays true to the original watercolor and charcoal style.

    Author:
    R. P. Anderson
    Illustrations:
    Mary O'Keefe Young
    Release:
    February 2010
    Length:
    7m 02s
    Ages:
    4-7