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  • However, he saves the day when he puts out a rampaging forest fire with just a tiny bucket of water

    • by shawn the writer

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      “Curious George Goes Camping” is another pointless entry in the Curious George series of books, written by Margret and H.A. Rey, and illustrated by Vipah Interactive, whatever that is, ‘in the style of H.A. Rey.” From that I assume that this book is illustrated by graphic artists who attempt to make it look like Rey’s old work.

      I have to say the artwork is a bit better in this book than other Curious George books, but the story is still annoying and the art is still rather primitive and uninteresting.

      Again, we follow George as he pays no attention to directions give by The Man In The Yellow Hat. George wanders around the woods, managing to ...

      • ruin a fellow camper’s fire and encountering the wrong end of a skunk. George runs around trying to get the skunk stink off, to no avail. However, he saves the day when he puts out a rampaging forest fire with just a tiny bucket of water.

        I am entirely unaware of the moral of this story. George

        disobeys The Man In The Yellow Hat, blunders around, but all is forgiven when he somehow saves the day. This seems to be the same plot in every single George story. I have never understood why these books were considered classics. I give this book a 3 out of 10 for slightly better artwork than the older George stories.

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