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Happy Hair

Happy Hair

Current price: $7.99
Publication Date: October 13th, 2020
Publisher:
Doubleday Books for Young Readers
ISBN:
9780593173336
Pages:
28
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Description

The New York Times best-selling illustrator of Vice President Kamala Harris's Super Heroes Are Everywhere creates a joyful, positive, read-together book celebrating Black and Brown girls with natural hair. Kids everywhere will be chanting its celebratory chorus: "I love being me!"

Full 'fro, cute bow! I love being me! Smart girl, cool curls! I love being me!

Girls will love seeing strong, happy reflections of themselves in this vibrant, rhythmic book full of beautiful Black hairstyles. From a cute crop to pom-pom puffs, adorable illustrations of girls with gorgeous braids, blowouts, and bantus grace each page, side by side with a positive message that will make girls cheer. It's a great read-aloud to promote self-esteem for girls of all ages, building and growing the foundation of self-love (and hair love!) and letting every girl know "You are made beautiful!"

Look for all the books in the Happy Hair series:
• Cool Cuts
• I'm Growing Great
• Smart Sisters
• I Love Being Me! (Step Into Reading)
• I Am Born to Be Awesome! (Step Into Reading)

About the Author

MECHAL RENEE ROE is a New York Times #1 bestselling illustrator (for Superheroes Are Everywhere by Vice President Kamala Harris) and a writer, designer, photographer, and entrepreneur. The HAPPY HAIR series was born out of a need to value her own natural hair and all its stages, while creating a foundation of self-love and positivity. Mechal’s hometown is University City, Missouri, and she currently lives in Atlanta. Follow Mechal on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter at @happyhairgirls.

Praise for Happy Hair

A 2022 Black History Month Recommendation for Kids from the Teen Reading Ambassadors of the New York Public Library

"A book that pays homage to the versatility of black hair. . . . Fun to read aloud.”—Kirkus