The Boy with the Big Hair is a wonderfully silly story about Harry, who refuses to comb his hair. His hair is so messy that a pair of birds decide to nest in it. A seed in the bird nest takes root, and a tree begins to grow on top of Harry’s head. As the tree grows, so does the bird family, and soon Harry is overwhelmed by the noise from the birds and very unhappy with the tree. His mother comes to the rescue, and Harry learns the value of good grooming habits. Full color illustrations accompany the text with delightful depictions of Harry and his outrageous hair, offering an important lesson and a lot of fun to children ages four and up.
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