I Don't Want Curly Hair!
About this Book
'I don't want curly hair!' Curly haired girl wanted straight hair and a luscious look. She felt that curly hair is messy and silly. When she met a girl with a smooth and silky hair, she came to know that the girl wanted curly hair. A hilarious tale about loving what we have.
Reviews from Around the World
"So entertaining. The book is laced with all manner of funny descriptive words relating to curls, my favourite being 'Curly McWurlys'. The silly attempts to tame them are delightful and the quirky, colourful and expressive illustrations portray all the ups and downs the girl is feeling along the way. There is a uplifting message to the story and the ending is bright and cheerful. Beautiful!''- Robyn Brown, Amazon
"I took this book to school today after receiving it in the mail and read it to my kindergarten students. I figured the best critics would be an entire class of 5 year olds, and they did not disappoint.This book is about a little girl with the craziest of curls and her quest to straighten them flat. She doesn't like what she has and tries many different ways to tame her mane, including hanging upside down, flattening them with a pile of books and even tying balloons to the ends and hoping they pull her air straight. She comes across some obstacles as she tests all her theories and the kids found this highly entertaining. '' - Bookish Kids, Amazon
- Recommended for children with little, lots, long, short, curly or straight hair
- Author: Laura Ellen Anderson
- Picture book (Hardcover)
- 32 pages
- Size : 11.8 x 0.3 x 10 inches