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The crossing of Curious George

Check out this story from the New York Times detailing an intriguing exhibit at New York City’s Jewish Museum called “Curious George Saves the Day: The Art of Margret and H.A. Rey.” Running through Aug. 1, the exhibit explores the lives and work of the Reys, focusing, of course, on the lovable monkey of children’s book fame.

Below are a handful of the nearly 80 featured original drawings.


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