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Oh, No! by Candace Fleming

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
Tags:Animals, Jungle, Best Book Lists 2012

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Oh, No! by Candace Fleming



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Frog, mouse, Loris, Sun Bear, and monkey fall into a hole trying to help each other. Tiger sees this, and is very hungry, calms them, assuring they are going to be rescued very soon. But elephant hears the cries for help, and comes rumbling in. Helping each one out, and knocking the tiger in the hole. When the tiger begs for help, as did the other animals, they say "Oh no!" ( )
  candyceutter | Nov 12, 2015 |
Story about animals being trapped and stalked by a tiger. In the end the tiger is the one who becomes trapped. Images show an element of the story not written in the text.
  emifoltz | Aug 13, 2015 |
From the repetitive phrasing that is reminiscent of a classic like We’re Going on a Bear Hunt, to the onomatopoeia of jungle animal sounds that rings of Kipling, to the story structure which is much like The Mitten, Oh, No! is a delight. The artwork seems deceptively cartoonish and simple, but Rohmann manages to show great emotion on the animals’ faces. The tiger’s quick change from arrogant and predacious to clumsy and shocked is laugh out loud funny.
  amandahnorman | Jun 29, 2015 |
C+ This is a fun book to read aloud. The rhyming, rhythmic, and repetitive narrative is perfect for young audiences and the illustrations are comic and colorful.
  burtmiller | Jun 6, 2015 |
Oh, No! by Candace Fleming is a great rhyming book that is filled with fun writing that children would love to read. The story is about a group of animals that fall into a hole one by one as they try to help each other even though they are different. They must work together to get out of the hole before the tiger could eat them. The story is great for read aloud as they dialog is large and bold. The illustrations are bold and bright as well as it follows with themes of the book very well.
  Kristinewaind | Jun 5, 2015 |
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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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