Heos, Bridget, author
Mustache Baby and his first mate, Beard Baby, set out to be heroes on the high seas, but soon the lure of pirate treasure takes hold.
"Once a month, Dad takes his son to the barber's, come rain or shine. But when Dad disappears, this little boy's hair grows big, ginormous, out of control and so do his feelings. A touching and melodic story of family separation from a child's perspective."--Provided by publisher.
Roe, Mechal Renee
"A visual and rhyming celebration of African-American girls' hair"-- Provided by publisher.
Miller, Kelly Leigh, author, illustrator.
Bigfoot loves his soft, shiny fur so much it begins to affect his relationships with his friends.
Young, Amy (Children's book author), author.
When a mustachioed rabbit spots a mustache contest, he's sure he has the competition beat. That is, until a pesky frog hops up with his own fine mustache. And a duck waddles up with a...duckstache? Soon, the competition is full of moosestaches and mousestaches, whalestaches and tailstaches--and every kind of 'stache in between. Readers will love following this simple tale of hirsute havoc with a laugh-out-loud twist ending. Plus, there's a fun guide at the end to every kind of mustache imaginable!
Marroquin, M.L., author
A little girl proclaims the wonders of her natural hair.
Dion, Nathalie, 1964-
"Thanks to her wild head of hair, Malie gets all tangled up with an unexpected cast of characters in this funny, stylish twist of a tall tale. Malie is a little girl with huge, uncontrollable hair. And this morning, it seems wilder than ever. She tries to comb it. She tries to hide it, but nothing works! And things go from bad to worse when her mother sends her out to run some errands. At the bakery, Malie's hair sweeps a tray of cupcakes off the counter. A flock of birds makes her irresistible nest a home. A child on a tricycle slips and flips -- but enjoys the softest landing in Malie's hair. Her wild mane becomes more and more of a burden, both physically and emotionally. But after a quick nap, Malie can appreciate the world anew. She smells delicious cupcakes, hears a chorus of birds singing, and meets a new friend who happens to have curly hair, too. In her eagerly anticipated authorial debut, Nathalie Dion draws on personal experience, hilarious hyperbole and delightful idioms to spin a tall tale that will tickle all readers -- curly-haired or not."-- Provided by publisher.
Rex, Adam, author, illustrator
Improbable, ridiculous remedies accumulate when there is gum stuck in your hair.