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Oh, No! by Candace Fleming
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Oh, No!

by Candace Fleming

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This book places a lot of emphasis on onomatopoeia and dynamic text designs. Fleming's story is full of energy and action as each creature is introduced with a new sound and a new downfall. Illustrator Eric Rohman's animal designs are full of wide-eyed expression and fluid movement.
  jlange4 | Mar 15, 2015 |
This book is a fantastic sing-song fantasy that shows different animals falling into a pit - "Oh, No!" Part of Tiger appears on each page hinting at the fact he is waiting to eat whatever falls into this pit... Each animal that passes by attempts to help their fellow animals out of the pit but ends up falling into it themselves. When all hope seems lost and Tiger offers to "help them out," suddenly, Elephant appears and saves the day! But will anyone help tiger? "Oh, No!" ( )
  Miss_Annie_O | Feb 10, 2015 |
This book is full of surprises. Each animal is caught in some danger and repeats the phrase "oh, No!" It is fun and easy to read for young children. They would be attracted by the uncertainty and the action.
  acbanis | Aug 15, 2014 |
It is a book about animals in the jungle that fall, one by one trying to save each other, into a big hole and get stuck down there. As more animals get stuck in the whole, tiger finally realizes his big feast and gets ready to eat them, but he slips and fall into the whole himself while the other animals fly back up onto the ground. Tiger asks for everyone's help, but no they all say oh,no!
  rleung | Aug 5, 2014 |
This was a clever book. It had a lot of great elements. It rhymed which makes it easier for kids to read. It also had repetition with words which makes it easier for kids to read. It had an element of being silly. There were fun noises to say. The pictures were colorful and it had lots of animals. And in the end everything turned out ok.
  ediekm1990 | Jun 3, 2014 |
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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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