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Curious George Goes to a Chocolate Factory…

Curious George Goes to a Chocolate Factory (utgåvan 1998)

av H. A. Rey (Författare)

Serier: Curious George (book 35)

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George's curiosity causes a problem at the chocolate factory, but his quick thinking and speedy action on the assembly line help save the candies.
Titel:Curious George Goes to a Chocolate Factory
Författare:H. A. Rey (Författare)
Info:Clarion Books (1998), Edition: Reissue, 24 pages
Samlingar:Ditt bibliotek


Curious George Goes to a Chocolate Factory av Margret Rey


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SUMMARY: Curious George just can’t stay out of trouble, and this time it happens at a chocolate factory. As the Man in the Yellow Hat is purchasing his favorite chocolates, George is curious about what is happening on the other side of the observation window. Finding a door, Curious George ends up on the production floor of the chocolate factory. He observes the candies coming out of a machine on a conveyor belt and wants to see inside. Climbing up on the machine he steps on a lever that speeds the machine up and causes chocolate to go everywhere. But George is quick and helps to correct his mess while enjoying eating some of the banana cream chocolates at the same time.

This title is a good pairing with CHOCOLATE FROM START TO FINISH (Made in the U.S.A) / by Samuel G. Woods, which shows a real chocolate factory in action.

Page 10 shows the unique designs that the manufacturer uses to identify which chocolates are which. Either a physical attribute or a unique design indicates to the person what is inside so they can find the ones they like without having to bite into them. Some boxes will have a chart printed on the outside of the box while others may have them on the inside of the lid. The designs may differ from company to company.

The pictures also show the complexity of the machines that are needed to make chocolates. Pair with the title CHOCOLATE (FROM FARM TO YOU) / by Carol Jones which has more details about each machine and what it does.

Also shows that eating lots of candy can produce a stomach ache -- which causes George not to want the free candy he was offered. Becoming sick from eating too much of something will cause us not to enjoy so much next time.

This title has been added to my book LEARNING WITH CHOCOLATE (Homeschooling Curriculum for the whole family) It is featured in the beginner reader sections under Business/Factories as well as Art section.

NOTE: My edition of this book did not include the bonus activities which was included in another edition of this title. ( )
  pjburnswriter | Dec 11, 2020 |
The man in the yellow hat and Curious George take a trip to the chocolate factory! The man in the yellow hat takes a step away for a moment and George climbs up on a window to look at different chocolates. He hops onto a chocolate machine and he speeds up the chocolate machine on accident. The chocolates from the machine began to fly all over the place. George sat underneath the machine and ate all of the chocolate that was falling on the ground. He even began to put other chocolates into new boxes. Workers discovered what he was doing and they rewarded him for doing work but he did not want any more chocolate.

The Curious George series will always be timeless! The illustrations are so simple yet so wonderful! The book makes it clear that what George is doing is bad, but the book also praises George for the good work that he does. I think it teaches Children that good and bad things can come out of being curious. So it is always good to be curious, but it is also good to be smart about how you act upon that curiosity. ( )
  KailiMarion | Oct 1, 2018 |
George find his way into trouble, causing mishap with the factory machines. Then manages to fix what he has broken. In return the operator offers George more chocolate for his labor. Unfortunate for George he ate so many chocolates he could not eat any more. ( )
  STerrell | May 2, 2018 |
This saga of Curious George revolves around George going to the chocolate factory. George gets into his typical trouble, which ends with him eating way, way too many chocolates. This book would be an excellent mentor text for teaching about some reading strategies, such as summarizing, as there are many different facets to the story. ( )
  ShelbyEllis | Nov 24, 2016 |
The book, Curious George Goes to a Chocolate Factory, is the story of a small monkey, named George, who visits a chocolate factory with his friend. At the factory, George allows his curiosity to get the best of him which results in him sneaking onto the production line at the factory and causing a debacle. By the end of the story, George is seen as a hero, but has a terrible stomach ache from eating too many chocolates. The message from the story would be to listen to your superiors; they have reasons for their demands and only wish to keep you safe. It is in my opinion that this book is an excellent read for students at second grade reading level. The book does a great job at providing a very sequenced order of events that is easy to follow, a mixture of simple and somewhat challenging vocabulary words, and terrific illustrations to accompany the text. In regards to the plot’s sequential order, the author lays out the order of events in a chronological order that they occurred, thus making it easier for younger audiences to follow the story. For example, transition words such as then are seen in the book to signal a new event; “Then the man with the tall white hat said to George…”. The story’s vocabulary is another great reason why this book is best suited for readers at a second grade level. While the book uses simple sight words often like good, with, of, a, etc. it also utilizes more difficult words such as trouble, tour, favorite, chocolate, etc. This makes this book ideal for transitioning readers. And lastly, the illustrations provide tremendous support to comprehension because they depict accurate descriptions of the text. For example, on the page where it lists each type of chocolate and how the swirl on top determines its filling, the illustrator includes and illustration of each swirl to accompany each portion of text that discusses the swirls. So, when the book says “this one says that caramel is inside,” there is a small picture of a chocolate with a distinct swirl on it. ( )
  NathanielWhiteley | Oct 17, 2016 |
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