Oh, Look!

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Oh, Look! ➭ [Ebook] ➨ Oh, Look! By Patricia Polacco ➹ – Polishdarling.co.uk The famous Polacco goats are back In this playful interactive chant, three mischievous little goats find their way out of the gate squeak, squeak, squeak , over a bridge click, click, click through so The famous Polacco goats are back In this playful interactive chant, three mischievous little goats find their way out of the gate squeak, squeak, squeak , over a bridge click, click, click through some mud squish, squish, squish , onto a carousel um pah pah pah, um pah pah and right into the path of an angry ogre Of course, they are happy to turn right around and run straight back over the path they traveled, until at last they are back home gain, safe and soundPatricia Polacco s color palette is bright and springlike in her second goat adventure for very young readers.


About the Author: Patricia Polacco

Patricia Polacco is a New York Times bestselling author and illustrator with around seventy beloved and award winning books to her credit, including The Keeping Quilt, Pink and Say, The Blessing Cup, Chicken Sunday, and Thank You, Mr Falker She resides in Michigan.



10 thoughts on “Oh, Look!

  1. Abigail Abigail says:

    Three goats go on the lam in this picture book adventure for younger children, escaping from their field when the gate is left unlocked, and hoofing it with aclick, click, clickacross the bridge Soon the caprine runaways have made their way up a hill with apuff, puff, puff, across a pond with aswish, swish, swish, through some mud with asquish, squish, squish, and into the very heart of a fair where the flags goflap, flap, slapWill their pursuers ever catch up to t Three goats go on the lam in this picture book adventure for younger children, escaping from their field when the gate is left unlocked, and hoofing it with aclick, click, clickacross the bridge Soon the caprine runaways have made their way up a hill with apuff, puff, puff, across a pond with aswish, swish, swish, through some mud with asquish, squish, squish, and into the very heart of a fair where the flags goflap, flap, slapWill their pursuers ever catch up to them, and convince them to return home An entertaining romp from the prolific Patricia Polacco, Oh, Look is one of just a handful of her picture books intended for younger children, rather thanadvanced readers The repetitive structure, and wealth of sound words in the text, make for an appealing read aloud selection, while the energetic and entertaining illustrations one can really see the author s affection for her subjects add to the book s appeal Well worth a look, either for Polacco fans, or for younger children looking for fun bedtime books


  2. Lisa Vegan Lisa Vegan says:

    This is one of Polacco s goat stories here, three of them take off and have a little adventure This is one of her few titles for very young children, and what s funny is that it s also her scariest book However, it s not very scary at all Mostly, it s amusing and sweet The illustrations are colorful and there s a lot of repetition, but not so much that I found it irritating There s not that much to the story, but I think it will hold the interest of most little kids, and it would be fun fo This is one of Polacco s goat stories here, three of them take off and have a little adventure This is one of her few titles for very young children, and what s funny is that it s also her scariest book However, it s not very scary at all Mostly, it s amusing and sweet The illustrations are colorful and there s a lot of repetition, but not so much that I found it irritating There s not that much to the story, but I think it will hold the interest of most little kids, and it would be fun for adults to read aloud to them


  3. Dolly Dolly says:

    We ve been slowly working our way through Patricia Polacco s vast collection of stories We recently read G is for Goat, somewhat to our girls dismay as it is an alphabet book and I think they liked it, even if they won t admit it So when I saw this book, I figured we might as well continue with the goat theme The illustrations are very similar to the previous book and the animals are very cute This book is a goat themed version of the classic children s song story,


  4. Randie D. Camp, M.S. Randie D. Camp, M.S. says:

    Three goats go through the fence and out exploring while the family goes after them to bring them home The illustrations are humorous and filled with beautiful patterns in signature Polacco fashion My favorite scene was the squishing in the mud The text follows a rhyme and pattern similar to


  5. Kathy Kathy says:

    Cute, Cute Cute My 80 year old mother and I loved the illustrations The goats and women had so much emotion in the illustrations The story was not as involved as Patricia usually includes, but the pictures made up for it.


  6. Sarah Balmer Sarah Balmer says:

    Modern Fantasy Grades P 2There are various books that go though various places and trials in order to get places or complete a task and then at the end of the book takes you right back to where you started going though each task again in reverse This specific version begins from a humorous perspective that I thought made the book unique to it s comparable others Patricia Polacco started as goats getting lose rather than a mission to be accomplished and thus the book carries itself ascur Modern Fantasy Grades P 2There are various books that go though various places and trials in order to get places or complete a task and then at the end of the book takes you right back to where you started going though each task again in reverse This specific version begins from a humorous perspective that I thought made the book unique to it s comparable others Patricia Polacco started as goats getting lose rather than a mission to be accomplished and thus the book carries itself ascuriosity than anything, which defined it s title I loved the way they came and went and thought this was a great book for storytelling and tone of voice for what is happening Polacco never ceases to amaze, and I love this simple story right up against her deeper andpersonal books


  7. Barbara Barbara says:

    Summary CIP Three rambunctious goats escape through an unlocked gate, chased by alarmed shepherds, in a variation of the popular ditty Going on a Lion or Bear Hunt REVIEW Booklist Positive This exuberant version of a tried and true storytime favorite is sure to become a read aloud favorite SLJ Positive Polacco s signature pencil and watercolor paintings cascade across the pages, creating festive scenes and bright hues An appealing introduction for children not yet ready for the a Summary CIP Three rambunctious goats escape through an unlocked gate, chased by alarmed shepherds, in a variation of the popular ditty Going on a Lion or Bear Hunt REVIEW Booklist Positive This exuberant version of a tried and true storytime favorite is sure to become a read aloud favorite SLJ Positive Polacco s signature pencil and watercolor paintings cascade across the pages, creating festive scenes and bright hues An appealing introduction for children not yet ready for the author s longer tales


  8. Amy Amy says:

    I thought the story was starting off well, but it is SO similar to Rosen s Going on a Bear Hunt, that it felt like a copy cat It is sweet illustrations and personality to personable and familiar characters from the farm While a familiar start, it became a little too abstract at the carnival and with the ogre, that my almost three year old and myself didn t understand I was surprised, but we don t enjoy this book However, it has excellent color illustrations, and room for rhyme and creative t I thought the story was starting off well, but it is SO similar to Rosen s Going on a Bear Hunt, that it felt like a copy cat It is sweet illustrations and personality to personable and familiar characters from the farm While a familiar start, it became a little too abstract at the carnival and with the ogre, that my almost three year old and myself didn t understand I was surprised, but we don t enjoy this book However, it has excellent color illustrations, and room for rhyme and creative thoughts


  9. Marybeth Marybeth says:

    In this picture book, three goats and a girl adventure past the open gate, through the fields, over the hills and to a fair where they are scared by an ogre and race back home to where it is safe The text is simple and repetitive and the language is rich with onomatopoeia.The pictures are vibrant and tell the story, so it is perfect for early readers.


  10. Marci Marci says:

    Great for younger children who are not yet ready for a longer picture book, this story of three goats who escape to a grand adventure is filled with fun language patterns that will tickle little kiddlies Very, very fun


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10 thoughts on “Oh, Look!

  1. Abigail Abigail says:

    Three goats go on the lam in this picture book adventure for younger children, escaping from their field when the gate is left unlocked, and hoofing it with aclick, click, clickacross the bridge Soon the caprine runaways have made their way up a hill with apuff, puff, puff, across a pond with aswish, swish, swish, through some mud with asquish, squish, squish, and into the very heart of a fair where the flags goflap, flap, slapWill their pursuers ever catch up to t Three goats go on the lam in this picture book adventure for younger children, escaping from their field when the gate is left unlocked, and hoofing it with aclick, click, clickacross the bridge Soon the caprine runaways have made their way up a hill with apuff, puff, puff, across a pond with aswish, swish, swish, through some mud with asquish, squish, squish, and into the very heart of a fair where the flags goflap, flap, slapWill their pursuers ever catch up to them, and convince them to return home An entertaining romp from the prolific Patricia Polacco, Oh, Look is one of just a handful of her picture books intended for younger children, rather thanadvanced readers The repetitive structure, and wealth of sound words in the text, make for an appealing read aloud selection, while the energetic and entertaining illustrations one can really see the author s affection for her subjects add to the book s appeal Well worth a look, either for Polacco fans, or for younger children looking for fun bedtime books


  2. Lisa Vegan Lisa Vegan says:

    This is one of Polacco s goat stories here, three of them take off and have a little adventure This is one of her few titles for very young children, and what s funny is that it s also her scariest book However, it s not very scary at all Mostly, it s amusing and sweet The illustrations are colorful and there s a lot of repetition, but not so much that I found it irritating There s not that much to the story, but I think it will hold the interest of most little kids, and it would be fun fo This is one of Polacco s goat stories here, three of them take off and have a little adventure This is one of her few titles for very young children, and what s funny is that it s also her scariest book However, it s not very scary at all Mostly, it s amusing and sweet The illustrations are colorful and there s a lot of repetition, but not so much that I found it irritating There s not that much to the story, but I think it will hold the interest of most little kids, and it would be fun for adults to read aloud to them


  3. Dolly Dolly says:

    We ve been slowly working our way through Patricia Polacco s vast collection of stories We recently read G is for Goat, somewhat to our girls dismay as it is an alphabet book and I think they liked it, even if they won t admit it So when I saw this book, I figured we might as well continue with the goat theme The illustrations are very similar to the previous book and the animals are very cute This book is a goat themed version of the classic children s song story,


  4. Randie D. Camp, M.S. Randie D. Camp, M.S. says:

    Three goats go through the fence and out exploring while the family goes after them to bring them home The illustrations are humorous and filled with beautiful patterns in signature Polacco fashion My favorite scene was the squishing in the mud The text follows a rhyme and pattern similar to


  5. Kathy Kathy says:

    Cute, Cute Cute My 80 year old mother and I loved the illustrations The goats and women had so much emotion in the illustrations The story was not as involved as Patricia usually includes, but the pictures made up for it.


  6. Sarah Balmer Sarah Balmer says:

    Modern Fantasy Grades P 2There are various books that go though various places and trials in order to get places or complete a task and then at the end of the book takes you right back to where you started going though each task again in reverse This specific version begins from a humorous perspective that I thought made the book unique to it s comparable others Patricia Polacco started as goats getting lose rather than a mission to be accomplished and thus the book carries itself ascur Modern Fantasy Grades P 2There are various books that go though various places and trials in order to get places or complete a task and then at the end of the book takes you right back to where you started going though each task again in reverse This specific version begins from a humorous perspective that I thought made the book unique to it s comparable others Patricia Polacco started as goats getting lose rather than a mission to be accomplished and thus the book carries itself ascuriosity than anything, which defined it s title I loved the way they came and went and thought this was a great book for storytelling and tone of voice for what is happening Polacco never ceases to amaze, and I love this simple story right up against her deeper andpersonal books


  7. Barbara Barbara says:

    Summary CIP Three rambunctious goats escape through an unlocked gate, chased by alarmed shepherds, in a variation of the popular ditty Going on a Lion or Bear Hunt REVIEW Booklist Positive This exuberant version of a tried and true storytime favorite is sure to become a read aloud favorite SLJ Positive Polacco s signature pencil and watercolor paintings cascade across the pages, creating festive scenes and bright hues An appealing introduction for children not yet ready for the a Summary CIP Three rambunctious goats escape through an unlocked gate, chased by alarmed shepherds, in a variation of the popular ditty Going on a Lion or Bear Hunt REVIEW Booklist Positive This exuberant version of a tried and true storytime favorite is sure to become a read aloud favorite SLJ Positive Polacco s signature pencil and watercolor paintings cascade across the pages, creating festive scenes and bright hues An appealing introduction for children not yet ready for the author s longer tales


  8. Amy Amy says:

    I thought the story was starting off well, but it is SO similar to Rosen s Going on a Bear Hunt, that it felt like a copy cat It is sweet illustrations and personality to personable and familiar characters from the farm While a familiar start, it became a little too abstract at the carnival and with the ogre, that my almost three year old and myself didn t understand I was surprised, but we don t enjoy this book However, it has excellent color illustrations, and room for rhyme and creative t I thought the story was starting off well, but it is SO similar to Rosen s Going on a Bear Hunt, that it felt like a copy cat It is sweet illustrations and personality to personable and familiar characters from the farm While a familiar start, it became a little too abstract at the carnival and with the ogre, that my almost three year old and myself didn t understand I was surprised, but we don t enjoy this book However, it has excellent color illustrations, and room for rhyme and creative thoughts


  9. Marybeth Marybeth says:

    In this picture book, three goats and a girl adventure past the open gate, through the fields, over the hills and to a fair where they are scared by an ogre and race back home to where it is safe The text is simple and repetitive and the language is rich with onomatopoeia.The pictures are vibrant and tell the story, so it is perfect for early readers.


  10. Marci Marci says:

    Great for younger children who are not yet ready for a longer picture book, this story of three goats who escape to a grand adventure is filled with fun language patterns that will tickle little kiddlies Very, very fun


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