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Oh, No! by Candace Fleming
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Oh, No!

by Candace Fleming

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This book is such a sweet book for any age! In particular the little ones just learning how to read! It is a fun book to interact with and to read for typical evening bedtime stories! it is filled with daily adventures that the children listening to the story can relate to! It is a fun simple fantasy for the little ones and teachers can do a lot with it. It is definitely a must for a safari fun filled week! ( )
  Kathleen.Foil | Apr 11, 2016 |
A folktale with an appealing rhythm and familiar pattern: a hungry tiger watches animal after animal fall into a deep hole, but just when he's ready to gobble up the trapped animals, elephant comes along to save them - and knock tiger into the pit for good measure. Will they help him out? Oh, no! ( )
  JennyArch | Mar 14, 2016 |
In this tale that has a flavor of a folktale, kids learn about different animals and their ways of being by following the repetitive narrative of them falling into a deep hope. Illustrations are exquisite in composition and color palette, and they also feel classic. By the end of the story you will get the lesson as in all great animal fables.
  Jlporrata75 | Mar 12, 2016 |
This is a wonderful book for young children. The repetitive plot, the rhyming, and the fun onomatopoeia sounds make it fun and exciting as a read-aloud book. It has bright and big illustrations that show action and adventure.

FANTASY: The animals in the book talk like humans and interact with one another like people do.
USE IN CLASSROOM: 1) This book could be used to talk about different kinds of wild animals. In the story, we see the different ways the animals get around (monkeys swing on branches, bears climb trees, etc.), so it would be a good introduction to wild animals differ. 2) This book surrounds animals trying to save their friends who have fallen into a hole, so it is centered on a singular problem that needs solving. This book could be used to ask kids to think of a problem they had to solve with help from their friends.
MEDIA: Relief prints
  cmcmahon14 | Feb 17, 2016 |
I love Eric Rohmann's illustration style. Hand-colored prints, I think. And this is a book that kids love to read aloud, because of the repeating "Oh, no!" refrain. ( )
  mirikayla | Feb 8, 2016 |
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Frog has fallen into a "deep, deep hole...OH, NO!"  His friend try to help save him but they fall in too.  The tiger comes along and no one is sure if he will help or eat them.
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A series of animals falls into a deep hole, only to be saved at last by a very large rescuer.

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