I like to be just like Mommy. When I go to drink her coffee, she says,
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.
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"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."