3 edition of The yellow medal. found in the catalog.
The yellow medal.
1968 by Hale .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||192|
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Books with a yellow background won the Newbery Medal. Books with a white background are Newbery Honor Books. Hendrik Willem van Loon won the first Newbery Medal in for his book The Story of Mankind. Dhan Gopal Mukerji was the first Indian American to with the Newbery Medal. After reading Curious George Gets a Medal, use this printable activity to acknowledge another deserving book character or person who deserves recognition.
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A donation of 5, yen to the Coastal Defense Fund made one eligible for the silver medal, yen was required to get a gold medal. I liked this one a lot better than the first Curious George. This is more of how I think of Curious George - he gets curious about something (in this case, a letter addressed to him), he tries to solve a problem (get ink into a pen in order to write a letter), which causes numerous other problems (floods The Man with the Yellow Hat's house/apartment, sets a farmer's pigs free, 4/5(2).
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