Little Oh

Little Oh

Book - 1997
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Illustrated with exquisite paintings, this original fairy tale about an origami girl who comes to life is a tender and exciting adventure. From her wild river ride aboard a teacup boat to her escape from an angry dog to her flight home on the neck of a crane to her transformation into a real little girl, Little Oh is sure to capture your heart.

2000-2001 Georgia's Picture Storybook Award & Georgia's Children's Book Award Masterlist

Publisher: New York : 1997 Lothrop, Lee & Shepard Books
ISBN: 9780688142087
Branch Call Number: JE MEL
Characteristics: 1 v. [unpaged] : ill
Additional Contributors: LaMarche, Jim


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FindingJane Jan 28, 2015

With delicate and colorful illustrations, this story is like an Asian version of "Pinocchio". It’s a darling short story about an bold and unafraid piece of paper and the loving woman whom she calls “mother”. The good deed Little Oh performs is unexpected and has startling results. This is a very fetching picture book, perfect for reading aloud to children.

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