Oh My, Oh No!
This little girl wants to be like her mother, but her mother never understands what she’s doing. Like her mother gives her paintbrushes but she paints on the walls. Or she goes to drink from her mother’s cup, but her mother says she can’t drink from it, because it’s yucky. She wonders, ‘if her mother is drinking from it, why can’t I drink from it?’ When her mother is mopping the girl turns on the faucet and floods everything. She reads a book, but her mother tells her it’s upside-down, and she wonders why her mother can’t recognize a picture upside-down. Her mother gives her a piece of cake and she gives some to the cat, and asks, ‘but didn’t you know the cat is hungry?’ But in the end, she says, “when I come to give her a hug, we understand each other, and that’s the most important thing.”
I like this book because there are things that some children do not understand and they want to be like their parents so they just do it but they are just for grownups not for little tiny children. I like the pictures because in every picture there is a cat and the cat is very cute.
|Author||Lisa Charrier, Agnes Domergue, Illustrator|
|Page Count||32 pages|
|Publisher||Running Press Kids|
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