Wanda and the Wild Hair

Wanda and the Wild Hair

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Blue-eyed freckle-faced Wanda has a problem: she loves her wild hair dearly, but it drives all the adults in her life to distraction. She loves the way it feels when she touches it. She loves the way it looks when she pats it in front of the mirror. But her mother always nags her to wash it, her father wants to take her to the poodle parlor for a trim, and her teacher threatens to ask the principal to cut it off. What can poor Wanda do? A series of mishaps with a magpie, a cat, and a large English sheepdog finally convince Wanda that her beautiful hair has to be changed. Kids who love their hair will identify with Wanda's playful solution to make her adults happy.

This first picture book by author Barbara Azore is brought to life by the quirky, mischievous, pastel illustrations of artist Georgia Graham.
Publisher: Toronto : Tundra Books, c2005
ISBN: 9780887767173
0887767176
Branch Call Number: AZO
Characteristics: unpaged
Additional Contributors: Graham, Georgia 1959-

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1djs
Sep 21, 2017

I wasn't a fan of the message this book seemed to convey.

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