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Oh My Gosh, Mrs. McNosh by Sarah Weeks

Oh My Gosh, Mrs. McNosh (original 2002; edition 2002)

by Sarah Weeks, Nadine Bernard Westcott (Illustrator)

Series: Mrs. McNosh

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Title:Oh My Gosh, Mrs. McNosh
Authors:Sarah Weeks
Other authors:Nadine Bernard Westcott (Illustrator)
Info:HarperCollins (2002), Edition: First Edition, Hardcover, 32 pages
Collections:TED 255
Tags:circular, picture book

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Oh My Gosh, Mrs. McNosh by Sarah Weeks (2002)



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  SteppLibrary | Mar 6, 2017 |
This book was cute and short, it was about a woman named Nelly who was walking her dog in the park when the dog took off to chase a squirrel. As the dog took off, Nelly was trying to catch him the whole time, breaking things, falling through things, and messing up weddings. It was quite comical and the illustrations were just as funny. The message would be all things that are loved will come back. The dog came back after Nelly had given up on her search for her dog. ( )
  sceres1 | May 4, 2015 |
Mrs. McNosh is walking her dog when a squirrel crosses it's path. We're taken on an adventure through the park while Mrs. McNosh tries to catch her dog. Lot's of rhyming words, so this book would be a great book to read when learning about rhymes. You can have the students pick out the rhyming words. ( )
  rhigginbotham | Dec 2, 2014 |
This book is about a lady who was walking her dog. The dog ran away from her and she had to look for him for a long time until she finally gave up. The dog ends up coming back to the house. I would use this book for younger elmentary students.
  kaylekatzung | Dec 12, 2012 |
Mrs. McNosh took a walk in the park with a dog who didn't listen and made a mess. His name was George. Nelly ended up chasing him and yelling 'I will catch you' and then she finally gave up on catching him. At the end of the story, he came back to the front door step. This would be a great book for the younger grade levels to introduce what rhyming words are and how we know if a word rhymes or doesn't rhyme.
  amcnutt | Dec 10, 2012 |
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This is a great book to add to a lesson about rhyming.
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For my country neighbors - Malcolm, Vicky, Emery, and Rupert --SW

To Ella and Stukely --NBW
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Mrs. McNosh took a walk in the park.
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0694012041, Hardcover)

One day as Mrs. McNosh is walking her dog, George, a mischievous little squirrel crosses their path. Suddenly, George breaks free from his leash and wreaks havoc everywhere he goes! How will Mrs. McNosh ever catch him?

Written in rollicking rhyme, this outrageous story will be sure to tickle the funny bones of adults and children alike.

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Mrs. McNosh's dog breaks his leash and leads her on a merry chase in the park, disrupting a wedding and a ballgame.

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