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Oh, No! (edition 2012)

by Candace Fleming, Eric Rohmann (Illustrator)

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Title:Oh, No!
Authors:Candace Fleming
Other authors:Eric Rohmann (Illustrator)
Info:Schwartz & Wade (2012), Hardcover, 40 pages
Collections:E Books
Rating:****
Tags:Animals, Jungle, Best Book Lists 2012

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Asian animals each accidentally fall in a hole, one by one- oh no! Tiger is watching and soon falls into the hole as elephant comes to the rescue. Will they rescue tiger too? Oh no!
  deannachambers | Mar 15, 2014 |
"Oh, no!" is the reaction when a frog falls into a hole, The "Oh, No!"s continue as one by one animals come to save those stranded in the hole, only to fall in themselves. Eventually Tiger, who has been lurking nearby, offers to "save" them and all seems lost. But Elephant comes along shaking Tiger into the whole and saving all the animals.
  Boockk | Mar 15, 2014 |
The story begins with a frog falling into a hole and he can't get out. One by one, other jungle animals try to help only to fall in themselves. Eventually Tiger wakens from his nap and comes to "help" them out, but the elephant comes to the rescue and the tiger ends up in the hole.
  Boockk | Mar 3, 2014 |
The same rhythm as "Froggy Went A'Courtin'". Can't wait to do this as Readers' Theater. ( )
  Turrean | Feb 15, 2014 |
This graphic story was about a tiger who is hungry. The tiger watches as, one by one, animals start falling into a hole while he watches from above. As each animal falls down the hole, they shout "Oh, no!" which makes the tiger very excited. After a while, he has many animals in the hole like a sun bear, a frog, and a monkey. All of the animals are petrified once they see the tiger above them with his sharp teeth showing. All of a sudden, they hear loud thuds against the ground and soon realize the elephant has come to save them. All of the animals get out of the hole just as the tiger falls into the hole. As the animals walk away, we see his paws sticking out of the hole.
  kvail | Feb 1, 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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