Board Book - 2015
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What does a toddler say when she drops her sunglasses in the sand? "Uh-Oh!"What does she say when a seagull lands on her sandcastle? "Uh-Oh!"What does she say when she finds a crab in her pail? "Uh-Oh!"And what does she say when a BIG wave is coming? That's the biggest "Uh-Oh!" of all!This nearly wordless story of toddler adventure perfectly captures the dynamics between the youngest friends and the sheer pleasure of that favorite toddler word- Uh-Oh!
Publisher: New York : Alfred A. Knopf, c2015.
ISBN: 9780385752718
Branch Call Number: BOARD BOOK CRU
Characteristics: [32] p. : col. ill.
Additional Contributors: Barton, Patrice 1955-- Illustrator


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Apr 24, 2016

SUMMARY: Two mothers bring their toddlers to the beach. Many little mishaps happen along the way, but the toddlers have a wonderful and inventive time playing.

ILLUSTRATIONS: The pictures were created in pencil and then colored digitally. They get a 10 out of 10 for cuteness factor and creativity! I love the little girl's adorable glasses and the little tongue on the little boy that sticks out ever so slightly when he is concentrating.

REVIEW: This book is pretty much a wordless book since the only word throughout is "uh-oh." But this makes it perfect for the toddler set. The action of each page speaks for itself. The little girl drops her glasses; the little boy shoves his cup by accident into the sand pile; but they turn the situation around by making a cute sand "man." The action flows constantly throughout the book so you are never bored. And the best part is the fun the kids are having. I smiled so many times over their antics, I lost count. I highly recommend this as a book for the very youngest crowd for one-on-one reading time or for a small group.


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