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 quickly remembers that some dinosaurs are not friendly. Eventually George discovers the real culprit behind the tracks and it’s not what he expects!
Para completar su colección de fotografías, Jorge saca fotos de animales salvajes y de las huellas que dejan. Mientras busca al ciervo que vio su amigo Bill, encuentra unas huellas poco comunes. Jorge cree que ha descubierto huellas de dinosaurio, ¡lo que sería perfecto para su colección! Con la esperanza de obtener una foto, intenta atraer al dinosaurio con comida. Pero enseguida recuerda que los dinosaurios no son muy amigables. Finalmente, Jorge descubre al responsable de esas huellas, ¡pero no es lo que espera!
Hans and Margret Rey created many books during their lives together, including Curious George, one of the most treasured classics of all time, as well as other favorites like Spotty and Pretzel. But it was their rambunctious little monkey who became an instantly recognizable icon. After the Reys escaped Paris by bicycle in 1940 carrying the manuscript for the original Curious George, the book was published in America in 1941. More than 200 Curious George titles followed, with 75 million books sold worldwide. Curious George has been successfully adapted into a major motion picture and an Emmy-winning television show on PBS.