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Oh No, George!

Oh No, George!

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is full of questions which you can discuss with your little ones, getting them to guess/remember what happens next.

It operates as a non profit and aims to connect the worlds best designers with fair trade organisations. which is a brilliant opportunity to stop and discuss what George should do, why he should be good etc. Freedom is secured not by the fulfilling of one’s desires but by the removal of desire…No man is free who is not master of himself. There is an orange theme throughout most of the illustrations although there are some contrasting colours and I just love the way the whole book looks. To calculate the overall star rating and percentage breakdown by star, we don’t use a simple average.At first, she just didn't engage with this one and I think it was because the illustrations are very retro and impressionistic. We read Oh No George by Chris Haughton in a PGCE English lesson and we all loved the rhythmic writing and the repetition used in the story.

Coming to the theatre can sometimes feel like quite a big experience, and we understand that there are lots of people who might want to know what they can expect, before they arrive.George feels bad and the story does have a good ending with George learning his lesson (I won't quite explain what happens as it would spoil it), but there is also a brilliant last page that leaves you laughing too. But I have edited this review because after a few repetitions, the simple story, with its punch line, hooked her and it became a favourite.

He is a typical boy, who gets into lots of mischief, but deep down really wants to behave and this would have been the perfect book to introduce a discussion into those contrasting feelings to him. He means well, but temptation keeps getting the best of him and before he knows it, the whole house is a mess!Also love how she laughs at the last page every single time, I've not seen any other books make her laugh like that. Perfect for aiding the teaching of behavioral lessons as well as encouraging interaction with the text as it asks its reader direct questions as well as appealing to their analytical skills. Overall a fantastic book the images are full of emotive humor and George is an affable scamp even when perhaps not doing as he should.

has no ending, in fact it kind of depends on the fact it has no ending, and I commend it to you without reservation.You’ve RUINED the place …’ With poor George in tears, Harris suggests a walk and George is soon faced once again with tempting situations; seeing a cake, lovely soil and a cat. I love how relatable this book is, I think the illustrations are different and genuinely funny and I adore George.

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