Man with the Yellow Hat: Has a newspaper coming yet, George?
Narrator: Asked the man with the yellow hat. George opened the front door and looked out. There was no sign of it anywhere. Sandy always delivered the paper on time, but today, she was late. As usual, on the corner was a stack of newspapers waiting to be picked up. George went over to look at them. What would if he like to be a paper boy? George was curious. Quickly, he ran back to the house, got his little red wagon and rolled down to the corner. He had tied around the string of the back of papers, loaded some of them onto the wagon and started up the street. At the first house, he fold the paper, then he threw it up towards the porch. But the newspapers fell apart. The pages flew all over along. George folded another paper and threw it up to the next house. This time, it got stuck in a tree. George kept on going. Being a paper boy was fun! One paper landed on the middle of a rose bush, another landed in a bird bath. Finally, Sandy arrived in the corner to pick up her papers.
Sandy: Where are they?
Narrator: She asked.
Sandy: Somebody has taken most of them.
Narrator: Just then, the delivery man drove by in his truck.
Delivery Man: I have to get all of them right here.
Narrator: He said. Up the street, papers were flying all over.
Delivery Man: Somebody's playing jokes.
Narrator: Said the driver angrily.
Delivery Man: Get in the truck, Sandy! Let's find out!
Narrator: George has finished all of his paper route, there was only a big apartment building left. He was just about to go in. When the truck screeched till it stops.
Delivery Man: There he is!
Narrator: Cried the driver.
Delivery Man: It's a monkey! I'll teach you a lesson!
Narrator: Then he jumped down to catch George. George was scared. Where can he hide? (Curious George zooms past) There was a big apartment building! (Curious George jumps up) He need to hid as he could and disappeared.
Delivery Man: Where did he hide?
Narrator: Asked the driver.
Sandy: We can't catch him now!
Narrator: Said Sandy.
Sandy: Well, we better clean up this mess.
Narrator: She started to pick up the papers.
Sandy: What am I going to tell my customer?
Narrator: She asked. Just then, George peeked out from the balcony to see if the coast was clear. Sandy looked up and saw him.
Narrator: She cried.
Sandy: So there you are! What are you doing the way up there? Wait a minute! I got an idea! Come on down and take the rest of my papers! (Curious George grabs the newspaper) Now you deliver them!
Narrator: How good that George was a monkey! (Curious George jumps up) He climbed from balcony to balcony, tossing a paper to each one to all the papers were delivered. Now the job was done and George climbed down. But just before he reached the ground. The delivery man rushed over. He was about to grab him.
Delivery Man: Now I got you!
Narrator: He shouted.
Delivery Man: You're not going to get away this time!
Narrator: Cried Sandy.
Sandy: George did take my papers! But he turned out to be a real delivery boy after all.
Man: He sure did!
Narrator: Shouted someone from his balcony.
Woman: Hooray for George!
Narrator: Shouted the woman. (people applauds and cheers) Soon, everybody from the building came out and cheered.
Delivery Man: Sandy?
Narrator: Said the driver.
Delivery Man: I'll give you some more papers to finish up. Let's forget all the mess you made!
Narrator: He said to George.
Delivery Man: When you get a little older, maybe I'll give you your own paper route.
Narrator: George waved goodbye to Sandy and off they went. There was one newspaper left. George brought it back home to his friend, the man with the yellow hat.