Exhibit features Curious George’s wartime escape

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Exhibit features Curious George’s wartime escape

The cover of the book “The Journey That Saved Curious George” with an illustration showing Margret and H.A. Rey fleeing Paris on bicycles is seen at the Margret and H.A. Rey Center in Waterville Valley, N.H. The Reys were the authors of many Curious George children’s books in the 1940s. Louise Borden has written her own children’s book about the Reys, both Jews, who escaped France, came to the United States and built a summer home in Waterville Valley.
Author Louise Borden poses behind the window display at the Margret and H.A. Rey Center on Dec. 17 in Waterville Valley, N.H. The Reys were the authors of many Curious George children’s books in the 1940’s. Borden has written her own children’s book about the Reys, both jews, who escaped France in the summer of 1940, and came to the United States and later built a summer home in Waterville Valley.

Exhibit features Curious George’s wartime escape

The cover of the book “The Journey That Saved Curious George” with an illustration showing Margret and H.A. Rey fleeing Paris on bicycles is seen at the Margret and H.A. Rey Center in Waterville Valley, N.H. The Reys were the authors of many Curious George children’s books in the 1940s. Louise Borden has written her own children’s book about the Reys, both Jews, who escaped France, came to the United States and built a summer home in Waterville Valley.
Author Louise Borden poses behind the window display at the Margret and H.A. Rey Center on Dec. 17 in Waterville Valley, N.H. The Reys were the authors of many Curious George children’s books in the 1940’s. Borden has written her own children’s book about the Reys, both jews, who escaped France in the summer of 1940, and came to the United States and later built a summer home in Waterville Valley.
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