Oh My, Oh No!
Oh My, Oh No! Coffee is yucky!
And when I surprise her with a cake, she says,
Oh My, Oh No! There's flour all over the kitchen!
Mommy and I don't always see eye to eye. But when I go to hug her and she smiles, I know that Mommy loves me. And that's the most important thing of all.
Praise For Oh My, Oh No!…
It's a familiar motif given a French spin, with watercolor illustrations as bright and creamy as macarons, and a mom who wears high heels at home.”
The New York Times
The intrepid narrator is appealing and funny. . . . Domergue's sprightly illustrations employ some humorous details that nicely enhance the action."
The pastel illustrations capture the simplicity and innocence of childhood. . . . An enjoyable story for parents and children to share.”
School Library Journal
Oh My, Oh No! is a delightful, delicately illustrated story about a little girl who wants to do things her mother does, with resulting funny messes and situations and an inevitable gentle reprimand from her mother . . . Children will adore its whimsical tone and humor.”
Running Press Kids, 9780762454099, 32pp.
Publication Date: September 23, 2014
About the Author
AgnÃ¿Domergue is a professional violinist, with a split passion for children's literature. Her previous illustrated books include Gibberish and Chaballo and Mee, and her authored picture books include The Symphony of Colors and The Notes of Monsieur Croche. AgnÃ¿lives in Paris, France.