Oh No! Not Again! by Mac Barnett
(Or How I Built a Time Machine to save History) (Or at Least My History Grade)

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Some kids are too smart for their own good...and maybe for everybody else's good. The overly ambitious little girl from Oh No! is back for more. But this time, she doesn't have a humongous problem, she has an EPIC crisis on her hands: a mere A on her history test! There's only one solution: travel back in time to 33,000 B.C. to make her wrong answer right! Mac Barnett and Dan Santat's laugh-out-loud sequel to the critically acclaimed Oh No! will be sure to tickle a prehistoric funny bone for fans new and neanderthal alike.
 

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Author Bio: Mac Barnett (http://macbarnett.com) is a writer living in Oakland, CA. He’s also on the board of 826LA, a nonprofit writing and tutoring center, and founder of the Echo Park Time Travel Mart, a convenience store for time travelers (seriously). Billy Twitters and His Blue Whale Problem, his first picture book, was published by Disney*Hyperion Books in June 2009.Illustrator Bio: Dan Santat (www.dantat.com) is the author and illustrator of Guild of Geniuses and the illustrator of many books, including the Otto Undercover series by Rhea Perlman and The Secret Life of Walter Kitty by Barbara Jean Hicks. He also has an animated series for Disney called The Replacements. His first book with Hyperion, Always Lots of Heinies at the Zoo, published in May 2009. He lives in Southern California.
 
Published June 5, 2012 by Disney-Hyperion. 40 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Action & Adventure, Children's Books.

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When the bespectacled heroine surveys the post-apocalyptic opening scene, the speech bubbles tell the tale—“Oh no…oh man…I knew it.” Like a 1950s B-movie, complete with the widescreen boundaries, the drama of her prize-winning robot stalking New York is one part cautionary tale and many parts ove...

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She emerges to find one sporting Napoleon’s hat, a Roman chariot speeding by and other anachronisms—not to mention an “F” on her test, now that history has been rearranged.

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Santat and Barnett collaborate seamlessly on this slapstick adventure about a pigtailed, bespectacled science fair entrant trying unsuccessfully to control her prize-winning robot.

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Oftentimes, when I work in black and white, I have a hard time tightening my work to the level of finish comparable to that of a painted piece.

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Readers will especially enjoy the hapless cave guys who have no idea what to do with paintbrushes and spray paint but seem to know how to drive the time-travel mobile.

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