Ooko

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  • Ooko
  • Esme Shapiro
  • 10 January 2018
  • 1101918454

About the Author: Esme Shapiro

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OokoEbook ç Ooko PDF ´ ooko download, OokoOoko KindleOoko has everything a fox could want a stick, a leaf and a rock Well, almost everything Ooko wants someone to play with too The foxes in town always seem to be playing with their two legged friends, the Debbies Maybe if he tries to look like the other foxes, one of the Debbies will play with him too But when Ooko finally finds his very own Debbie, things don t turn out quite as he had expected A quirky, funny, charmingly illustrated story about finding friendship and being true to yourself.

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10 thoughts on “Ooko

  1. Morris says:

    Ooko is an adorable picture book about a fox learning the beauty of just being yourself The simple wording and quirky illustrations will keep children both young and old entertained I found myself laughing out loud at Ooko s sense of humor and little bit of sass Highly recommended This review is based upon a complimentary copy provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review.

  2. KC says:

    THIS WAS SUCH A FUNNY STORY I loved the art work and the dialog between Ooko and herself Delightful

  3. Christie Angleton says:

    Can I just say how much I LOVE that there s a woman with hairy legs in this book

  4. Cheryl says:

    If the message were actually be true to yourself, as the blurb promises, it still wouldn t be a great book because there are so many others that are so much better However, the message is clearly stated, twice, at the end, To each his own Wtf

  5. Sandra says:

    Ooko is a fox, and he is looking for a friend He is excited when he finds another fox, who is actually a dog, playing with a fur less two legged fox, who is actually a girl named Debbie But Debbie and the dog run away when he gets closer to play with them Ooko is very upset He really wants to have his own debbie to play with, but it seems debbies doesn t like him What do the other foxes have that he doesn t Ooko tries very hard to be like the other foxes until a short sighted woman mistake Ooko is a fox, and he is looking for a friend He is excited when he finds another fox, who is actually a dog, playing with a fur less two legged fox, who is actually a girl named Debbie But Debbie and the dog run away when he gets closer to play with them Ooko is very upset He really wants to have his own debbie to play with, but it seems debbies doesn t like him What do the other foxes have that he doesn t Ooko tries very hard to be like the other foxes until a short sighted woman mistakes him for her dog Ruthie Then Ooko realizes that debbies are not that good at games after allFinally Ooko meets Oomi, a raccon who would love to play stick with him Ooko is happy to know he doesn t need to be like the other foxes to have a friend.We loved this book It s funny and sweet The art is beautiful, and original I found the message to each their own interesting The story points to the idea that when we can t find a friend it doesn t mean there s something wrong with us, we should just look for someone who doesn t expect from us to be who we are not Someone who likes play stick as much as we do.I received this copy from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.Findchildren s book reviews in Reviews in Chalk

  6. Kaethe Douglas says:

    Almost unbearably cute Look closely at that cover That is a fat, happy fox That is a fox with a good stick Please look at this book No one would, at home, even though I begged.Library copy

  7. Michelle (FabBookReviews) says:

    In Esme Shapiro s distinctive debut picture book, readers are taken on a rather unpredictable, entertaining and sweet journey with a lonely fox named Ooko Ooko, as we learn from the description, lives under a log and has, in his possession, a rock, a leaf and a stickbut sadly, no friends Where will Ooko be able to find a friend to call his own Ooko, to his delight, observes some other different looking foxes actually dogs playing with their two legged human friends and runs off to make In Esme Shapiro s distinctive debut picture book, readers are taken on a rather unpredictable, entertaining and sweet journey with a lonely fox named Ooko Ooko, as we learn from the description, lives under a log and has, in his possession, a rock, a leaf and a stickbut sadly, no friends Where will Ooko be able to find a friend to call his own Ooko, to his delight, observes some other different looking foxes actually dogs playing with their two legged human friends and runs off to make a friend It shouldn t be too hard, right However, after a girl is told to run upon Ooko s approach, he determines that he the only way he will make a friend is to look like the others fox dogs So, Ooko tries on a variety of costumes he sees a spotted fox dog and proceeds to paint himself with dots he adds a cotton candy hat to make himself fluffier and he tears flaps off of a beach umbrella to give himself the clearlydesired floppy eared look In a great turn of events, Ooko is welcomed into the home of a woman who due to her eyeglasses not working believes Ooko to be her beloved dog Ruthie As Ooko gets a big taste of life as Ruthie, however, he discovers that that life with humans and their bizarre way of playing games is not fun At all.With a bold and unconventional illustrative style, Esme Shapiro has done a wonderful job in her debut Funny, a little eccentric without going over the edge of quirk, Ooko is quite delightful Shapiro does well to keep the text relatively short allowing the humour of Ooko himself and the bright illustrations to really propel the story I can see Ooko being a straight out sweetly funny friendship or be yourself read for a young storytime audience, but for a preschool or older group, the appeal of Ooko s riotous misunderstanding of dogs, humans and foxes might be particularly awesome.Overall, Ooko is a very strong debut that leaves a lasting impression Shapiro s artwork and illustrative style is truly eye catching and memorable, and the story itself is packed with wonderfully kooky moments Readers who enjoy picture books by authors and illustrators such as Zachariah OHora, Liz Wong, Mac Barnett, Peter Brown, Yuyi Morales, or Jon Klassen might especially adore this title

  8. Kris - My Novelesque Life says:

    RATING 4 STARS2016 Tundra Books Penguin Random House CanadaOoko, is a fox with a stick, leaf and rock BUT he does not have a friend to play with Ooko then goes on a journey to find a friend and encounters different kind of foxes.I love the artwork in this picture book and think children will be attracted by it as well The story is very sweet about finding a friend to play with, and discovering the differences in people It is an easy read for those just learning I would recommend this gre RATING 4 STARS2016 Tundra Books Penguin Random House CanadaOoko, is a fox with a stick, leaf and rock BUT he does not have a friend to play with Ooko then goes on a journey to find a friend and encounters different kind of foxes.I love the artwork in this picture book and think children will be attracted by it as well The story is very sweet about finding a friend to play with, and discovering the differences in people It is an easy read for those just learning I would recommend this great book to any child and their adult I received an eARC from NETGALLEY My Novelesque Life Blog

  9. Amy Holland says:

    so charming ooko is a fox who gets mistaken for a dog by a wacky lady who has hairy legs it s a small detail, but as a feminist, i noticed and appreciated it At first ooko is excited because he thinks he s found a friend, but the excitement deflates when he s forced to endure a bath and then wear an itchy sweater he is encouraged to sneak away by a raccoon who likes all the same things he does , and the wacky lady doesn t even notice because her real dog finds its way home I liked that so charming ooko is a fox who gets mistaken for a dog by a wacky lady who has hairy legs it s a small detail, but as a feminist, i noticed and appreciated it At first ooko is excited because he thinks he s found a friend, but the excitement deflates when he s forced to endure a bath and then wear an itchy sweater he is encouraged to sneak away by a raccoon who likes all the same things he does , and the wacky lady doesn t even notice because her real dog finds its way home I liked that it ended with wild animals staying in the wild, rather than being controlled manipulated by humans.definitely one to read over and over again

  10. Laura says:

    This is a sweet little, funny book about friendship Ooko is lonely, and so seeks a friend And so Ooko goes to see what the other foxes have that he or she doesn t have Is it spots Is it fluffy ears Is if a fluffy head Oooko tries all these things so that a debbie human will like him or her.Here is a picture of Ooko looking under a moose for a friend And the best thing of all Ooko finds that real friends don t care about all those things They like you just the way you are Than This is a sweet little, funny book about friendship Ooko is lonely, and so seeks a friend And so Ooko goes to see what the other foxes have that he or she doesn t have Is it spots Is it fluffy ears Is if a fluffy head Oooko tries all these things so that a debbie human will like him or her.Here is a picture of Ooko looking under a moose for a friend And the best thing of all Ooko finds that real friends don t care about all those things They like you just the way you are Thanks to Netgalley for making this book available for an honest review