Curious George Dinosaur Tracks Epub í Curious George

Curious George Dinosaur Tracks Epub í Curious George

Curious George Dinosaur Tracks [Reading] ➷ Curious George Dinosaur Tracks By H.A. Rey – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk George is taking pictures of wild animals and their tracks for his photo collection While looking for the fawn his friend Bill spotted he finds an unusual set of tracks George thinks he has discovered George is taking pictures of wild animals and their tracks for his photo collection While looking for the fawn his friend Bill spotted he finds an unusual set of tracks George thinks he has discovered dinosaur footprints—which would make the perfect addition to his collection In hopes of getting a photo he attempts to lure the dinosaur with food but uickly remembers that some dinosaurs are not friendly Eventually George discovers the real culprit behind the tracks and it’s not what he expects.


10 thoughts on “Curious George Dinosaur Tracks

  1. Kathryn (Nine Pages) Kathryn (Nine Pages) says:

    Review originally published on my blog Nine Pages Based on the new world of Curious George as established in the television series while out in the country George takes his camera and photographs wild animals and their tracks for his collection While searching for a fawn seen by his friend Bill he finds a strange set of tracks and decides that they were made by a dinosaur with big feet with pointed toes and a dragging tail Though at first excited he does some research and realizes that some dinosaurs are dangerous It’s near Bill’s house Bill could be in trouble There’s a nice bit of information here too some of which is delivered dryly in the form of an info dump but most of which is conveyed gently through the illustrations There’s also a well constructed story with foreshadowing and a mystery with clues that a careful reader could follow For a level 1 reader this is a fabulous story I read only the English in this book English and Spanish text were on the same page


  2. Cara Cara says:

    George was out at his vacation house and was exploring and taking pictures He meets Bill and tells him about the dinosaur tracks He's worried it's a scary dinosaur but Bill puts his mind at ease and tells him what the tracks really were


  3. Christine Grant Christine Grant says:

    Countdown to Kindergarten Letter g Curious George sets out to take pictures of various animals and finds dinosaur tracks NC Digital Kids narration


  4. One more, please! One more, please! says:

    Good book for beginner readers My son got caught up on a few words but overall an engaging story with good illustrations


  5. Athena Athena says:

    We love all things PBS kids This was a good emerging reader book It brings you back to the PBS kids show


  6. Courtney Courtney says:

    In this book our beloved monkey George is curious about animal tracks and decides to take pictures of animal tracks As he is taking pictures of different animals tracks George discovers the biggest tracks he has seen George believes these are dinosaur tracks Although first excited about the possibility of seeing a dinosaur George fears the dinosaur will eat him He rushes to warn his friend Bill of the dinosaur only to discover the tracks did not belong to a dinosaur but they were the tracks of Bills flippers from swimming The author uses the aspect of tension in this story When George discovers the dinosaur tracks heading to his friend Bill’s house it creates a suspenseful moment There is a possibility of a dangerous dinosaur on the loose and George must warn his friend This tension draws young readers in as they wait for the climax only for it to unfold smoothly According to Fletcher this a fundamental expectation when reading What a Writer Needs 105 Although a short children’s story the author does a great job at creating this tension within 2 pages I think that takes great skill The author uickly changed a turn of events by introducing large tracks which then created suspense From this story and example of tension I could teach students how to create tension and suspense in writing Most importantly I could use this book as an example of creating tension in a short novel


  7. Angie Angie says:

    Synopsis George is taking pictures of wild animals and their tracks for his photo collection While looking for the fawn his friend Bill spotted he finds an unusual set of tracks George thinks he has discovered dinosaur footprints—which would make the perfect addition to his collection In hopes of getting a photo he attempts to lure the dinosaur with food but uickly remembers that some dinosaurs are not friendly Eventually George discovers the real culprit behind the tracks and it’s not what he expectsMy Review This is a great early reader book it both encourages imagination and teaches a lesson Munchkin loves Curious George so the use of the beloved character in this book and his curious nature lend to the story The sentences are brief and filled with sight words and familiar words It also has activities at the end that go along with the story


  8. Rosa Cline Rosa Cline says:

    This is a newer version of Curious George for those children used to seeing the cartoon on PBS they will be familiar with this versionGeorge is curious about feet print he found his curiosity brings him to try and figure out who made them and he's hoping and a little scared that they are dinosaur printsThese books in the back have additional information about things you can do with a child


  9. Alyn Alyn says:

    George is on a hunt for tracks to add to his collection of animal tracks During his hunt he discovers what looks like dinosaur tracks The uestion is what sort of dinosaur is it? George is in for a big surprise I admit I was surprised too


  10. Jennifer Jennifer says:

    It is a cute book of George trying to figure out what foot prints he finds


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