Curious George: A Winter's Nap

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Marcy Goldberg Sacks, Priya Giri Desai
Turtleback Books, 2010 - Juvenile Fiction - 24 pages
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After learning about hibernation, George decides that the best way to spend the cold winter months is the way that bears do it--fast asleep! But first it's too bright in his room; then it's not cave-like enough; and then it's too loud. When George finally does get to sleep, he wakes up to discover that he slept only one night, not the whole winter! Will George be convinced that winter can be a wonderland of fun after all? Includes a question-and-answer activity on hibernation as well as a craft project to make your own teddy bear cave.

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Review: A Winter's Nap (Curious George)

User Review  - Mary Sesar - Goodreads

This book is about the little monkey wanting to hibernate like a bear. The book goes through where a bear would sleep and how it has to be dark. I would use this book because Curious George is a well known character, and because it could be a start of a lesson to teach about hibernation. Read full review

About the author (2010)

Craig Miller entered magazine publishing in 1986, and has written and edited magazines for industries including professional photography, veterinary medicine, marketing, and recreation. He is also a talented artist whose innk and watercolor illustrations have been published around the world.

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