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Curious George Goes to the Hospital (Anglais) Broché – 15 mars 1966

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"While beginning readers are convinced that they are enjoying themselves with George, their supervising adults are equally sure that they are learning something. Both are absolutely right." Kirkus Reviews

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Readers learn all about the hospital as George goes in for an operation to remove a puzzle piece he has eaten.

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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Mother- Daughter Joint Review, Ok Book, Some Issues 11 février 2017
Par Andy - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Alrighty, so this is yet another book I purchased in a madcap effort to find things to help my sweet little son, who has Autism among other things, prepare for an upcoming hospital procedure.

This is a book I have some mixed feelings about. One of the most important things you need to know about this book is that it's 48 pages long. My daughter (who is 10) initially read it, and it was so long I didn't think I was going find time to make my way through it, and I absolutely new based on the amount of text on the page that I was never going to get our son to sit through this thing, so I was planning on relying on her thoughts for this review. But then our handsome little man fell asleep for his nap, and I decided not to pin all of this on my daughter and actually read the thing myself.

So first her thoughts: She said it's cute, but many parents might prefer a shorter book. Indeed, I personally would say this is more appropriate for a developmentally normal 7 year old, whereas the book is rated for ages 4-7. It's a lot of text for younger children. I asked her if she thought it was what hospitals are really like now (because the original pub date was in 1966) and she said some things, kind of. Other things, no. And I think she's got that just right.

So for me personally, I kind of liked that George ends up in the hospital because he ate something. I can totally see our little man doing that. But I didn't think it was quite as accurate when they sent him home with the puzzle piece and he got to use it in the end. You know, stomach acid is pretty corrosive. Our fluffy little catzilla, who has always been trying to get rid of his nine lives as fast as his cute furry self could, managed many years ago to go on a middle of the night eating spree that necessitated a very expensive emergency surgery to save him from his perforating bowels. They showed me the contents they pulled out in a bag, and all I can say is "ew!" Major "ew!" And totally not reusable. So that was probably supposed to be humorous, but...that's going to depend I think on the person reading it.

I think some parts of the hospital experience, like needles being there and hurting a bit, and going under during anesthesia and waking up in the recovery room, are indeed useful...if your kid has the patience to wade through the text to get there. And some things are really out of date, like the outfits, the equipment, and the record player. And that really matters, especially when it comes to the illustrations, because unless you are showing them more up to date pictures as part of this process, your children won't really be prepared for what they will actually see in a modern hospital.

And this bit is kind of a personal thing, but I personally quirked an eyebrow when I read the line, "Then the pretty young nurse..." Did we really need to go there? As a woman who used to have a professional career before I became the fabulous stay at home mom I am today, I kind of didn't appreciate the implied sexism in that line. I don't have any problem being a woman, I don't have any problem with people thinking I'm pretty. But when I'm working as a professional, you better believe that's not what I want people to notice about me first. I want them to respect and notice my skills, because at the end of the day, that's what's going to end up mattering most in their overall experience with me in the workplace.

So having actually worked in the healthcare setting, I'd say it's more of a 3 star book for preparing a child for what they'd currently experience. And it's way too long for most young children to get through in one sitting I think, but because my daughter thought it was a cute fun book, I figured probably your kiddos may enjoy it as a cute read regardless of it's usefulness in actual surgery prep.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 George helps with our surgery. 10 juillet 2016
Par tiff-a-mom - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
My son had to be in the hospital for a major surgery. This book helped calm his fears. It was the only book I could find that covered surgery and time at the hospital. This helped my son not be afraid of his big day. I am so glad this book exists. Curious George is a much loved character in our home. That also helped.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Monkey See...Monkey Do 30 décembre 2007
Par - A - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
How can you not LOVE Curious George? He brings back such wonderful memories of my youth and the youth of my son.

I actually purchased this book for my son. I read it to him when I was going to be staying at the hospital for more than a month for my very first big surgery. It helped him to not be afraid and to not cry when I was there. I also bought him a curious George doll that he brought with him every single time he visited me. He's no longer afraid of hospitals and my cancer has been in remission for quite a while. I love this book and so does my son...bitter sweet memories for the both of us, but a great teaching tool.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Timeless 23 avril 2017
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Well made. Vibrant colors. My mom was hospitalized when I was a child. This book entered the picture as a result and soon became my fav. Bought just to read now that I'm 54. My brother saw it on my table and remembered loving it, too
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 One of the best 8 janvier 2014
Par N. Ferguson R. - Publié sur Amazon.com
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The new stories just cannot compare to the old ones! This is such a great story for toddlers, as George is tempted in a way they all are. When he puts something in his mouth that is not food he gets a tummy ache, and an xray shows the puzzle piece in his tummy. Just wonderful.
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