Crazy Hair Day

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Candlewick Press, 2003 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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"A crackerjack read-aloud with a great finish." —SCHOOL LIBRARY JOURNAL

Stanley Birdbaum couldn't be more excited. He has rolled and wrapped and dyed his hair. He has dipped it and sprayed it and made it, well, perfect. He is ready to celebrate Crazy Hair Day at school. But when Stanley saunters up to the classroom, he learns, to his horror, that Crazy Hair Day is . . . next week. To make matters worse, today is School Picture Day, and everyone is expected to line up for the class photo! What's Stanley to do?

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User Review  - CRoss13 - LibraryThing

I really enjoyed this book for a few reasons! The first, and main, reason is for its message! This book's message is that no matter what, every child should make sure all others feel loved, secure ... Read full review

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User Review  - hart0521 - LibraryThing

Really cute book about a little boy that shows up to school on class picture day thinking it was crazy hair day. He's embarrassed at first, but gains friendship. Would maybe read to a class around picture day to make them laugh and learn about friendship and togetherness! Read full review

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About the author (2003)

BARNEY SALTZBERG is the author-illustrator of many books for children and has also recorded two albums of music for children. When not writing and illustrating, he performs in schools, libraries, bookstores, and hospitals.

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