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By Charly Shelton | February 23, 2006
  "Curious George" the movie based on beloved children books written by Margaret Rey, was quite a surprise. Many people might think this movie to be as childish and simple as the books were. But this film is great. The Man in the Yellow Hat (voiced by Will Ferrell), now named Ted, works at a museum that is going bankrupt. He has an idea to go to Africa and find a lost idol in the form of a 40 foot ruby monkey. When Ted gets to the spot where the idol is said to be hidden he finds a three inch tall ruby monkey.
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September 28, 2006
Mountain Avenue Committed to Kids (MACK), Mountain Avenue Elementary's Foundation kicks off its annual MACK Movie Nights on Friday, Sept. 29, at 7 p.m. with Curious George. The school's students, their families and friends are invited to the cafetorium to enjoy the movie, which is compliments of MACK, though a $1 donation per person at the door is welcome. "This is a wonderful, fun family oriented program that has become a Mountain Avenue tradition and attracts up to 100 guests with each movie," said Greg and Peggy Grande, chairs of MACK Movie Night.
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By Joe Puglia | March 4, 2010
Monday was “National Read Across America Day.” Communities throughout the country commemorated the birthday of Dr. Seuss and celebrated the joy of reading. The annual event is the largest celebration of literacy in the country with a premise is to boost children’s enthusiasm to read. The research is conclusive: Motivating children to read enhances achievement and creates lifelong successful readers. Children who read do better in school. Through reading I’ve traveled the world twice over and met the famous saints and sinners, poets artists, kings, queens, old stars and hopeful beginners.
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By Joe Puglia | March 9, 2006
Last week, March 2, was Dr. Seuss's birthday. He would have been 102. O.K., so who's Dr. Seuss? Most of us just have a casual acquaintance. Until last week, I had little knowledge of this creative genius. My only concept of the Doctor was the myriad of his volumes in our bookshelf and the countless hours of reading them to the girls. But let me tell you, Kaitzer would set me straight. In order to commemorate his birthday and celebrate the joy of reading, the National Educational Association established "Read Across America Day."
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By Ruth Longoria | June 26, 2008
Remember when you were a little kid and your parents enrolled you in your local library?s summer reading program? Remember all of the new adventures that unfolded as you turned the pages of book after book? Do you recall the excitement of ?Pippi Longstocking in the South Seas?? And, ?Harriet the Spy? and her friends Janie and Sport? Or, of ?Clifford the Big Red Dog? and ?Curious George and The Man With The Yellow Hat?? Don?t forget all those Hardy Boys mysteries that kept you reading in bed with a flashlight long after your parents told you to ?
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By Joe Puglia | March 4, 2010
Monday was “National Read Across America Day.” Communities throughout the country commemorated the birthday of Dr. Seuss and celebrated the joy of reading. The annual event is the largest celebration of literacy in the country with a premise is to boost children’s enthusiasm to read. The research is conclusive: Motivating children to read enhances achievement and creates lifelong successful readers. Children who read do better in school. Through reading I’ve traveled the world twice over and met the famous saints and sinners, poets artists, kings, queens, old stars and hopeful beginners.
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September 28, 2006
Mountain Avenue Committed to Kids (MACK), Mountain Avenue Elementary's Foundation kicks off its annual MACK Movie Nights on Friday, Sept. 29, at 7 p.m. with Curious George. The school's students, their families and friends are invited to the cafetorium to enjoy the movie, which is compliments of MACK, though a $1 donation per person at the door is welcome. "This is a wonderful, fun family oriented program that has become a Mountain Avenue tradition and attracts up to 100 guests with each movie," said Greg and Peggy Grande, chairs of MACK Movie Night.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Charly Shelton | February 23, 2006
  "Curious George" the movie based on beloved children books written by Margaret Rey, was quite a surprise. Many people might think this movie to be as childish and simple as the books were. But this film is great. The Man in the Yellow Hat (voiced by Will Ferrell), now named Ted, works at a museum that is going bankrupt. He has an idea to go to Africa and find a lost idol in the form of a 40 foot ruby monkey. When Ted gets to the spot where the idol is said to be hidden he finds a three inch tall ruby monkey.
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