I Say OOH You Say AAH
Author: John Kane
Published February 8th, 2018 by Templar Publishing
Summary: “There’s something very important that I need you to remember. When I say Ooh, you say Aah. Let’s try it.”
In this interactive 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.
Review: Oh. My. Goodness! I wish you all could have been in my house the first time we read this book! Trent thinks it is the funniest thing in the world! I mean, you have to yell, say underpants, and pat your head–all because a book told you to! It is a kid’s dream! And honestly, it cracked me up, too! Anytime you see a child so engaged and interacting with a book that they are laughing and cheering then immediately ask for it to be read again and says he has to show is Daddy, you know the book is a win. I foresee lots of AAHing and Underpants-ing in our future!
Teachers’ Tools for Navigation: What a wonderful read aloud! It is like a “Simon says” book, so it really looks at doing what is instructed and also what effects of your actions may be. If you are a parent, teacher, librarian, or book seller who reads to young kids, go get this one now and find some kids to make laugh.
- When do you say AAH?
- What do you do if I say OOH?
- When do you say underpants?
- What do you do if you see an ant?
- Why do you pat your head?
- What do you do if you see the color red?
- Why are you waving?
- What do you do when I turn the page?
Read This If You Love: Interactive picture books such as Hervé Tullet’s books, Bill Cotter’s Larry books, Warning: Do Not Open This Book by Adam Lehrhaupt, The Book with No Pictures by B.J. Novak, The Monster at the End of this Book by Jon Stone
**Thank you to Lynn at Kane Miller for providing a copy for review!**
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