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by Eric Rohmann,Candace Fleming

Author: Eric Rohmann,Candace Fleming
Subcategory: Growing Up & Facts of Life
Language: English
Publisher: Schwartz & Wade; First Edition edition (September 11, 2012)
Pages: 40 pages
Category: For children
Rating: 4.6
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But this is a minor detail in what feels like a major book. Rohmann’s beasts are gorgeously expressive

They’ll also enjoy Rohmann’s lush woodblock prints and beat-by-beat panels. But this is a minor detail in what feels like a major book. Rohmann’s beasts are gorgeously expressive. And since the tiger lands in his own trouble in the end, it may be he got just what he deserved. OH, NO! By Candace Fleming. Illustrated by Eric Rohmann. 40 pp. Schwartz & Wade Books.

Eric Rohmann (born 1957 in Riverside, Illinois), is an American writer and illustrator of children's books from .

Eric Rohmann (born 1957 in Riverside, Illinois), is an American writer and illustrator of children's books from Chicago. Rohmann is a graduate of Illinois State University and Arizona State University. He won the 2003 Caldecott Medal for . picture book illustration, recognizing My Friend Rabbit, and he was a runner-up in 1995 for Time Flies. He created a popular series based on a bulldozer that began with Bulldozer’s Big Day. References. Myers, Alison Green (2016-05-07).

About Oh, No! This picture book reads like an instant classi. .Young children will delight in repeating the refrain OH, NO! as one animal after another falls into a deep, deep hole in this lively read-aloud. This simple and irresistible picture book by hugely popular picture book creators-Candace Fleming and Caldecott medalist Eric Rohmann-feels like a g. Fans of Rohmann’s Caldecott Medal­-winning My Friend Rabbit, will be thrilled to see a new book created in the same expressive and comical style.

Oh, No! written by Candace Fleming illustrated by Eric Rohmann. About the book Young children will delight in repeating the refrain "OH, NO!" as one animal after another falls into a deep, deep hole in this lively read-aloud. Jacket art populated by several animals that appear in the story establishes the Asian jungle setting: A toothsome tiger lurks, while a loris, mouse and frog cower on front and back boards.

by Candace Fleming & illustrated by Eric Rohmann. As Tiger waits, a speech balloon heralds the titular cry, Oh, no! Clearly, Frog is in trouble, and on ensuing pages, several animals make rescue attempts, only to fall into the hole as well

by Candace Fleming & illustrated by Eric Rohmann. As Tiger waits, a speech balloon heralds the titular cry, Oh, no! Clearly, Frog is in trouble, and on ensuing pages, several animals make rescue attempts, only to fall into the hole as well. Finally, a trumpeting, stomping elephant arrives and uses its trunk to save almost all of the trapped animals: Tiger (who had tried to get to the animals with dinner rather than rescue on his mind), falls into the hole on a prior spread, and after the elephant’s valiant rescue, they all cry Oh, no! when he cries for help.

From Caldecott Honor award winner Eric Rohmann comes a brand-new picture book about friends and toys and trou. A church mouse is no ordinary mouse, and Hildegarde-the Mouse Mistress of Saint Bartholemew’s-is no ordinary mouse leader. It falls to her to keep all the church mice safe and out of sight. But when a few parishioners report mouse sightings, Hildegar.

Fleming, Candace, and Eric Rohmann. There's a lot of childish glee in a book like Oh, No! chock-a-block as it is with adorable animals and a Just-So-Story vibe. Oh, no!. New York: Schwartz & Wade Books, 2012. The text is jaunty and rhythmic, bleeding its way easily into a sign-song patter that almost demands you to read it aloud, even in the privacy of your own home (with no one to appreciate your story telling bravado but a permanently underwhelmed pair of pets).

Candace Fleming is the author of many acclaimed picture books and biographies for young readers, including . Eric Rohmann has created and illustrated many picture books.

Eric Rohmann has created and illustrated many picture books. He received a Caldecott Honor for Time Flies, and the Caldecott Medal for My Friend Rabbit, which has published by Roaring Brook Press. Candace and Eric live in Oak Park, Illinois.

"This picture book reads like an instant classic.... Oh, yes!" raved Kirkus Reviews in a starred review.Young children will delight in repeating the refrain "OH, NO!" as one animal after another falls into a deep, deep hole in this lively read-aloud. This simple and irresistible picture book by hugely popular picture book creators—Candace Fleming and Caldecott medalist Eric Rohmann—feels like a classic-in-the-making. Fans of Rohmann's Caldecott Medal­-winning My Friend Rabbit, will be thrilled to see a new book created in the same expressive and comical style.