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Fruffled and frizzled, teased and tizzled
knotted and knitted, whorled and whizzled...
A little girl battles with her hysterically hazardous hair, until Aunt Tallpoppy comes to the rescue. Discover what happens to Hannah and her tremendous tresses.
This is a book where the language echoes the fun filled images on every page. Reading with children, to children, and then they discover the magic of reading themselves. It becomes a delight when it is filled with giggles and joy. This is one of those books with a character that your children will love, and parents will enjoy the rhyming element of the text. In the genre of Margaret Mahy, a classic children's book of today.
Hannah Bandanna's Hair is a quirky wee children's book. The story follows Hannah and her journey of what exactly she could do with her long and curly hair.
This story is also a confidence booster as Hannah is unhappy with her hair at the beginning but with a little advice by the end she becomes proud of her hair.
This is a fun story for children to read, and i also feel it may help children whom currently don't like having their hair brushed to them liking it to be brushed, and/or doing it for themselves.
The illustrations are big and very imaginative.
I will definitely recommend this to others.
A rhyming story on every page. This book for girls aged 7/10. Follows the story of a little girl with hard to manage hair. It is an awesome story which involves the readers to laugh and talk about all the different hair disasters. The artist has created pictures with lots of detail and color that add to the story.
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