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When Noah's mother tells him that it is time to go, he finds more than a few ways to refuse.

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As a mother of a toddler, I would LOVE to find a book that gives you suggestions for redirecting your child without using the word "no"! I understand that he is working on becoming an independent person, developing his identity, and likes and dislikes which may be different from mine. He is testing his boundaries and seeing what we will allow him to do which is fantastic! But I do not want to him to chant "no, no, no" to me. As a Children's Librarian, I can say there are a lot of children who pick up that word right away and like to throw it right back into their parents' loving faces.

Mr. Warburton, creator of Codename Kids Next Door, takes the toddler's "no, no, no's" to a whole new level with his first picture book. Noah's mother tells him that it is time to leave, and WHOA, Noah illustrations is negative response in a variety of ways for example via peas, tin cans & string, morse code, head shake, alphabet blocks, and a whole variety of languages. Cute ending sums up this chuckle-inducing book. Obviously not much substance, but a fun and creative (and realistic!) look at the interaction between a toddler and his mother! ( )
  DiamondDog | Mar 29, 2013 |
When Noah's mother says it's time to leave, Noah has only one thing to say, "No." However, this toddler says it in many different ways and languages. It is a good book that will surely make children laugh as it is being read. ( )
  dbcollin | Sep 19, 2012 |
This is a book about typical disobedience that children go through when they are young. Especially their facination with the word "no". ( )
  HopeMiller123 | Feb 5, 2012 |
This book is shows different ways how to say, "no" whether it is in a different language to Morse code to finding "no" on a crossword. The plot of the book is a toddler, who doesn't want to leave by saying, "no". I think the age range of the book should be around 3-5 years old due the words are simple. The illustrations reinforce the text due to the expression that the toddler makes when saying no in Japanese, Latin or Pig -Latin. There is a lot of color in the book to captivate a child. The book ends as the toddler saying "yes" and is told to put on some pants on top of his diaper. As an adult, I would find the book amusing, but I don't think a child would get the humor. At the start and at the end of book, there is a guide of different ways to say "no" to which the reader can see.

Mr. Warburton is the author and illustrator of the book and it is his first children's book. He is the creator of a Cartoon Network show called Codename: Kids Next Door and has been a director and designer on some other children shows. ( )
  TsukiMiri | Oct 3, 2011 |
I'd love to see what my grandfathers would think of this book and books like them. Funny. I know that's what kids would think. Kids would like them. Parents would be okay with this book (because of the ending, but don't read these words if you like surprises). But I wonder what Grandpap and Grandpa would say. It feels disrespectful and it feels funny. That said, I am quite certain I will get it for my library and I will read it to the kids. It will give us time to talk about it. Let's see what kids think. ( )
  debnance | Jan 29, 2010 |
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