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Curious George at The Jewish Museum
Posted: March 22nd, 2010
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Claudia Nahson, curator at The Jewish Museum, gives us a look at the current exhibition, “Curious George Saves the Day, the art of Margaret and H.A. Rey.”

  • Cindy

    I’ve read these stories of Curious George to my children and my grand children through the years, but have never known the interesting biographies of these two talented authors. I’ll be in NY
    during July and will be sure not to miss this wonderful show at The Jewish Museum before it closes in August 2010.

  • paula herz

    Like Cindy, I have read the stories to my children and grandchildren but knew nothing about the authors.Thieir story adds another dimension and I certainly plan to se the show.

  • solomon kershaw

    After the high praise I heard for this from my son, I am looking forward so much to visiting this exhibition at the Jewish Museum on my way to the Met Museum where he works.

  • Doris

    Hopefully, my daughter who lives in CA and will be celebrating her 42nd birthday in June will be here in time to attend the exhibition. She has been a fan of Curious George and all things related, since she was a little child.

  • sister marie rene ssj

    i came upon pbs, and curious george was on, i truly enjoyed it. i watch when i am able. i love the program. it brings laughter,
    patience, love and kindness, all children can adopt. thanks so much to the artists and all who make it possible. God Bless All of you. sister marie rene

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