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Aaron's Hair

Aaron's Hair

Book - 2000
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Aaron is having a bad hair day. But when he gets mad and yells at his hair, he ends up with an even bigger problem - his hair runs away from home! How is Aaron going to get his hair back on his head?
Publisher: Toronto : Scholastic Canada, c2000
Branch Call Number: FICTION MUN
Characteristics: 29 p. : col. ill. ; 26 cm. + 1 CD
Additional Contributors: Daniel, Alan 1939-
Daniel, Lea


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Sep 17, 2020

Aaron’s Hair, by Robert Munsch, is funny, engaging, and a very enjoyable read. I think we all have bad hair days, and Munsch did a really great job of drawing the humour from those situations! After Aaron says he hates his hair, his hair runs off and attaches itself to other people’s bodies. This, as you can imagine, leads to many strange and humorous situations, which I feel many younger children will find very entertaining. The illustrations greatly depict each scene, which adds even more humour to the story! I would definitely recommend this book to other readers, as it is very creative and well-written! @PenelopeScriptor of the Teen Review Board at the Hamilton Public Library

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