A sure fire winner for story time – look no further than “I Say Ooh, You Say Ahh.” Young readers help to tell the story by responding to simple verbal or visual cues – the perfect read aloud, and fun for the whole family.
“There’s something very important that I need you to remember. When I say Ooh, you say Ahh. Let’s try it.” Ooh the donkey has lost his pants. Readers must help him find them! In this picture book, young readers help to tell the story by responding to simple verbal or visual cues. This hilarious book is perfect for reading aloud and is fun for the whole family.
About the Author
John Kane (Author, Illustrator) When John Kane was younger, he liked to make up stories for his little sister. Jimmy and Bear, who appeared in them, are still remembered to this day. John lives in Dublin, but has also lived in Australia, where he set up Australia’s number one independent advertising agency. His first book is I Say Ooh. You say Aah and his plan is that it won’t be the last.
Why We LOVE This Book
- Laugh out loud humor
- Fun for the whole family
- Great book to read aloud to one child or a group of children
- Engaging and Interactive
- Instills a love of reading
- Adorable illustrations with a fun-loving donkey
There won’t be a dull moment when you open the pages of this madcap, interactive adventure! John Kane, who says he liked to make up stories for his little sister when he was younger, will have youngsters oohing and aahing with this highly original and fun-packed, call-and-response debut picture book which encourages young readers help to tell the story by responding to simple verbal or visual cues. ‘There’s something very important that I need you to remember. When I say Ooh, you say Aah as loudly as you can.’ Ooh the donkey has lost his underpants and readers must help him find them. But it’s going to take a lot of oohs, aahs, whispers, searching and silliness to find them! Each page of this entertaining and energetic book is a kaleidoscope of colour and words, and the perfect book to read aloud and share with your little ones. Laughter all the way… — Pam Norfolk * Lancashire Evening Post