A young girl admires a stylish variety of headscarves and the hairstyles beneath them worn by the Muslim friends and family in her life, in this warmhearted tribute to beauty in diversity and self-expression. Cheerful, rhyming verses complement a parade of confident women athletes, doctors, artists, and students, each donning a hijab as colorful and unique as the women themselves. An informative endnote shares the cultural and religious significance of the scarf.
Pallas Gates McCorquodale
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