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One day George saw a man. He had on a large yellow straw hat. The man saw George, too. "What a nice little monkey," he thought,. "I would like to take him. The man put his hat on the ground, and of course George was curious. He came down from the tree to look at the large yellow hat. The hat had been on the. Margret and H.A. Rey's children's books about America's beloved monkey. Curious George hold a special place in the hearts of both children and adults.

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Search the history of over billion web pages on the Internet. Books by Language. He lived in Africa. He was very happy. But he had one fault. He was too curious. One day George saw a man. He had on a large yellow straw hat. The man saw George, too. He came down from the tree to look at the large yellow hat. The hat had been on the man's head. George thought it would be nice to have it on his own He picked it up and put it on. The hat covered George's head. He couldn't see.

Just then the watchman came in. He got on the wooden bed to catch George. But the watchman was too big and heavy. The bed tipped up, the watchman fell over, and, quick as lightning, George ran out through the open door. He hurried through the building and out on to the roof. And then he was lucky to be a monkey. Out he walked on to the telephone wires.

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Quickly and quietly over the guard's head, George walked away. He was free! Down in the street, outside the prison wall, stood a balloon man. A little girl bought a balloon for her brother. George watched.

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He was curious again. He felt he MUST have a bright red balloon.

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He reached over and tried to help himself, but - instead of one balloon, the whole bunch broke loose. In an instant the wind whisked them all away and, with them, went George, holding tight with both hands.

Up, up he sailed, higher and higher. The houses looked like toy houses and the people like dolls. George was frightened. He held on very tight.

Then it quieted. Finally it stopped blowing altogether. George was very tired. Down, down he went - bump, on to the top of a traffic light. Everyone was surprised. The traffic got all mixed up. George was very happy. The man was happy, too.

George slid down the post, and the man with the big yellow hat put him under his arm. Then he paid the balloon man for all the balloons. ONLY a naughty little monkey. George tried to run away.

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He almost did, but he got caught in the telephone wire, and - a thin fireman caught one arm and a fat fireman caught the other. George wanted to get out. He climbed up to the window to try the bars. Just then the watchman came in. He got on the wooden bed to catch George. But the watchman was too big and heavy. The bed tipped up, the watchman fell over, and, quick as lightning, George ran out through the open door.

He hurried through the building and out on to the roof. And then he was lucky to be a monkey. Out he walked on to the telephone wires. Quickly and quietly over the guard's head, George walked away. He was free! Down in the street, outside the prison wall, stood a balloon man. A little girl bought a balloon for her brother. George watched. He was curious again. He felt he MUST have a bright red balloon.

He reached over and tried to help himself, but - instead of one balloon, the whole bunch broke loose. In an instant the wind whisked them all away and, with them, went George, holding tight with both hands. Up, up he sailed, higher and higher. The houses looked like toy houses and the people like dolls. George was frightened. He held on very tight. Then it quieted. Finally it stopped blowing altogether. George was very tired.

Down, down he went - bump, on to the top of a traffic light. Everyone was surprised.

He puts his hat on the ground and hides behind a tree. George, ever curious, comes down from the tree "to look at the large yellow hat. The Man takes George in a rowboat to his cruise ship where he gets him out of the bag and then tells George that he is taking him to a zoo in a big city and that he will like it there.

He then gives George the run of the ship and tells him not to get into trouble. On deck, George sees some seagulls, tries to fly with them, and falls overboard. Luckily, the crew notices that George is missing, and spot him in the Atlantic Ocean.

They throw him a lifesaver and pull him aboard. When they arrive in America, George says goodbye to the sailors, and then taken to the Man's house, has a meal, smokes a pipe, then goes to bed. The next day, after seeing the Man make a telephone call to the zoo before leaving, George wanted to telephone too.

He plays with the telephone until he inadvertently calls the fire station. When the firefighters hear the call, they rush to the telephone and hear no answer.

Then they look at the map that shows them where the telephone call had come from.