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Oh No! Not Again!: (Or How I Built a Time Machine to save History) (Or at Least My History Grade) (An Oh No! Picture Book)

Press: Disney-Hyperion; First Edition edition (June 5, 2012)
ISBN:9781423149125
Author Name:Barnett, Mac; Santat, Dan; Santat, Dan
Pages:40
Language:English

Content

Some kids are too smart for their own good...and maybe for everybody else's good. 
The overly ambitious little girl from Oh No! is back for more.
But this time, she doesn't have a humongous problem, she has an EPIC crisis on her hands: a mere A on her history test! There's only one solution: travel back in time to 33,000 B.C.
to make her wrong answer right!

About the Author

Mac Barnett (http://macbarnett.com) is a writer living in Oakland, CA. 
He's also on the board of 826LA, a nonprofit writing and tutoring center, and founder of the Echo Park Time Travel Mart, a convenience store for time travelers (seriously).
Billy Twitters and His Blue Whale Problem, his first picture book, was published by Disney*Hyperion Books in June 2009.

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Children's Books,Science, Nature & How It Works,Action & Adventure,Animals

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Comment List (Total:12)

  •     Love this series of books by Mac Barnett!

  •     Ok read

  •     Pitifully bad.

  •     This book looks like a ton of fun and yet there was very little written story and relies on the bold and busy images to tell the story.

  •     Ok read

  •     My grandson and I both enjoyed the (2) "Oh No" books which I purchased! Would definitely recommend this adorable book.

  •     So you don't get the grade you want do you sneak into the teacher's desk and change your grade in her book, tell the teacher she/he is wrong and demand o have the grade you deserve or build a time machine. Hmmm. Guess you will have to read this to find out.Funny book with a lot of quirk and attitude.Written by Mac Barnett, illustrated by Dan Santat, published by Disney-Hyperion.

  •     My four year old son adores this book! Like the previous reviewer I was skeptical since he does not know much (okay, anything) about world history or time yet... But that seems to be what makes this book so interesting to him.If your child is in that phase where they ask a million questions during story time they will love this book. Very few words from the author and gorgeous illustrations have led us to an interactive story time which is really fun for both of us.

  •     This book is written in a comic book fashion with colorful pictures and easy one line per page text. My 3 year old and 2 year old love these. I love that is shows a strong female character inventing, exploring, and making comical mistakes. As the kids get older they will start to realize the historical details but right now they just find it funny.

  •     Interesting story that's definitely meant for older children who are capable of creating their own subtext.

  •     Our young protagonist is crushed at her performance on the latest history quiz -- she got one question wrong. Her mere "A" grade cannot -- must not -- stand! So, obviously, she creates a time machine to set things right. Not to, you know, answer the test correctly, but to change history so that her incorrect answer will be right.This quick, fun romp through time and space is NOT your average picture book. Sparsely written, this has the feel of a beginning graphic novel. The historical references definitely make it work for a relatively "older" audience (say, 8), and the big, bold illustrations are appealing at any age. This quirky book will be a hit with geeky and adventurous audiences alike.

  •     This book looks like a ton of fun and yet there was very little written story and relies on the bold and busy images to tell the story.

 

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