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Ah Ha!

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4.5/5 (33 peringkat)
Panjangnya:
23 pages
2 minutes
Dirilis:
Aug 20, 2013
ISBN:
9781452128443
Format:
Buku

Deskripsi

Frog is settling in for a relaxing day at the pond. (AAHH.) But wait—there are other creatures at the pond as well. (AH HA!) And some of them are out to get Frog. (AHHH!) Not to worry, Frog gets the last laugh. (HA HA!) Using only two letters, along with many brightly colored and lively illustrations, Jeff Mack brings his hallmark humor to this rollicking book that will leave young readers guessing, laughing, and on the edge of their seats.
Dirilis:
Aug 20, 2013
ISBN:
9781452128443
Format:
Buku

Tentang penulis

JEFF MACK has been drawing since he was in first grade and is the illustrator of many books for children including Boo, Bunny! written by Kathryn Galbraith, and James Howe's Bunnicula and Friends series. He lives in Easthampton, Massachusetts.


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  • (5/5)
    K-1st This book was a big hit in kindergarten! Very simple, as it only uses the two letters (a, h), but in creative ways. It was also great for getting kids to predict and look closely at illustration details. Funny, engaging, and one that the students always ask me to read when I sub for kindergarten! This is a book I plan to purchase for my own library.
  • (4/5)
    A very clever, nearly wordless picture book. Each page pictures a hapless frog, who must escape from a series of creatures who'd like to have him for lunch. Speech bubbles use only the letters in the words "Ah Ha!" The frog cries, "Ahhh!" when an alligator ("Ah ha!") tries to nab him. Small words, big story!
  • (5/5)
    Hilarious story, told with two 'words' - aah! and ah-ha! A frog gets away, gets (almost) caught over and over
  • (4/5)
    This short picture book is built on an unique concept: all of the text is comprised of only four letters - Ah ha! The resulting story is very simple, but perhaps too simple. The story is about a frog who is almost captured by a child with a jar, setting off a series of surprises and near-misses involving several predators until the frog finally hops his way to safety. There is no text outside of the illustrations; the “ah-ha”s (and some “ahhhh”s) are written only in speech- and thought-bubbles to give voice to the characters’ emotions. The cartoonish mixed-media illustrations, done in a mix of bold colors and pastels, make use of alternating movement, stillness, and surprise to push the story along. The plot is satisfyingly circular; the frog ends up in the same state of peaceful rest as when the story began, but with the vague notion that he might not yet be out of harm’s way. Though the premise is novel and the illustrations are exciting, there may be too much uninterrupted repetition to hold young children’s attention. The book goes by quickly and without demonstrating much substance. Additionally, the e-book format is unsuited to the size of the illustrations, so librarians should select the print version if they choose to purchase this book. Though it is little more than quick entertainment, Ah-Ha! is a unique story. Recommended. Pre-K - 1.
  • (5/5)
    The great thing about this book is that the only words in it are "ah ha!" , "ha ha!" and "aahh!" Just with those simple phrases, an entire plot can be carried out. This book outlines the life of a frog.who is trying to relax and stay safe. Many things get in his way, like a child with a jar, and a turtle, gator, and flamingo trying to eat him. To get away, the frog jumps back into the glass jar, and at the end, he happily escapes it again.Once again, this book was written to show that there doesn't have to be an abundance of words and dialogue to make a story interesting.
  • (5/5)
    Almost wordless, this book follows a day in the life of a frog. A little green frog finds a comfortable rock to sit on when many critters come and try to catch him (sometimes for food.) The illustrations are wonderful and convey the story in an effective and silly way. The story is also fun because kids will notice that the frog's adventure starts and ends on the end pages of the book. I would recommend this preschool-early elementary children.