The Hair Book (Bright & Early Book)

The Hair Book Bright Early Book An easy to read rhyming introduction to hair

  • Title: The Hair Book (Bright & Early Book)
  • Author: Graham Tether Roy McKie
  • ISBN: 9780394836652
  • Page: 359
  • Format: Unknown Binding
  • An easy to read, rhyming introduction to hair.

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    1 thought on “The Hair Book (Bright & Early Book)”

    1. This was my absolute favorite book as a child. Every type and style of hair you can think of is shown in this book. This is a great book for young readers. The illustrations are great.

    2. I love books that point out how we are all the same and yet all very different at the same time. This is one of those books. I think you will love it as well <3

    3. This book gets a little hairy.I'll see myself out.One of the books from my childhood I decided to give another go while organizing my bookshelves.

    4. Author: Graham TetherIllustrator: Roy McKieFirst Published: 1979Rhythm and rhyme are combined in this colourful book from the Dr Seuss stable.It's a fun book with humour and colour.One of the better ones.Age:Read aloud - 3+Read yourself - 5+References:Roy McKie w'pedia: enpedia/wiki/Roy_McKie(ISBN 0394936655)-CR-

    5. I loved this book enough to save it all these yearse copy that I read to my kids was mine. Its fun and rhyming, great to read aloud. The pictures are a blast. I used to love looking through it before I could reade pictures tell the story quite clearly.I think the best part is that the front and back inside cover pages have tons of goofy pictures of different peoples wacky hairdo'shours of entertainment five year old says it's one of his favorites.

    6. What a creative book by Dr. Seuss that definitely explores the concept of creativity and differences. I believe this book would be great for exploring differences in the classroom. In fact, you could definitely incorporate this book in a math lesson by constructing a graph which shows the different types of hair and colors. The Hair Book provides endless opportunities when it comes to creative lessons. I'd recommend this book for kindergarten- through 4th grade.

    7. Very cute book on different types of hair. Long hair, short hair, different color hair, wavy hair, straight hair, etc. I could read this book as an icebreaker for my students. An activity to couple with this book could be doing a survey and making a graph with my students of the different types of hair listed in the book.

    8. This book had fun pictures of faceless hair showing all different types. This would be a fun book for a young student learning to read so that they can connect what they are seeing in the picture to the words that they are reading on the page. This is a fun way for students to learn to read some words they may not have read before.

    9. Tether, G. & McKie, R. (1979). NY: Random House, Inc. I think this is a good book for children beginning to learn how to read because it widens the child's vocabulary. I think this book would be good for children ages 4-5 because they'd be working with some new words. I thought this was a cute book talking about all of the different hair styles that people see on humans and animals.

    10. Book that honors hair on all hairy guys in all walks of lifed yes I dedicate this reort to the hairiest comedian of all time, the late and legendary Robin illiams, who died of suicide this past Monday. I give my hats off 9and show my hairy scalp!) to a great actor and friend.

    11. I think this book teaches a lesson that all children should know in regards to being proud of who you are no matter what. There are all kinds of hair out there that make us unique, and you should own what makes you you.

    12. I was okay with this book until "Be glad you're not a fish or snail. Be glad you're not a hairless whale, a frog, a turtle, or a snake." I know it's a really minor thing, but for some reason it got to me. Hair is great, but bald is good too.

    13. This was a fun book. My son is 5, and it's meant for younger kids, but we had fun with it nevertheless. There are things in the illustrations that you can work with beyond the text, which is good for older ones.

    14. Hair, hair, all this hair lots and lots of hair. Long hair, short hair, face hair. Oh what to do with all this hair? I loved this book by Grham Tether. I recommend this book to all the children out there.

    15. A favorite book in our house. It just became a silly bedtime read. My kids are teens now, but every once in a while, someone will just blurt out, "the hair book!" and we'll all start laughing!

    16. I'd like to point out that whales, as mammals, do actually have hair. I'm not saying it's "their thing" or something they're known for, but they do tend to have it, as least as youngsters.

    17. This is another book I learned to read by. It's so wonderful. It is just descriptions of different times of hair with a stellar rhyme pattern. Pigs have bristles, they don't care.

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