Margaret and H.A. Reys are the duo that gave the world the classic “Curious George” stories, and the books have gone on to become children’s literature staples and required reading for humans of all ages. George has a pal named Whiteblack that few know about, and his story, “Whiteblack the Penguin,” was drawn and written over 60 years ago, while the actual book was only just recently published.
[ Mainframe Entertainment ] recently purchased the film and television rights to the little penguin’s tale. Will he follow in George’s famed footsteps?

Posted on February 2, 2001 in News by

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