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Here is a book that both the kids (3.5 y.o and 22 mths) enjoyed recently. Its call “Uh-Oh! Oh No!”.
This book is about a Daddy trying to feed the baby her breakfast. But “Uh Oh! Oh No!”, the baby spilled the food and led to a series of “misfortunes”.
There aren’t many words inside each page but the illustrations suggested some cheeky things that are happening or going to happen. Like in this page, the dog was trying to eat the food that the baby spilled while the cat takes a peep.
Its a good book to describe the illustrations and point the kids to some “unspoken” things in the story. Plus it revolves around a house which the toddlers are familiar with, hence can easily identify. So try looking for it the next time you visit the library.
Title: Uh-oh! Oh no! / by Ann Hodgman; illustrated by Lucy Barnard
Call Number: English HOD-[BA]
Location: Junior Lending Picture Book (I found it at the “baby book” section).