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by Alan & Lea Daniel,Robert Munsch

Free eBook Aaron's Hair download ISBN: 0439987164
Author: Alan & Lea Daniel,Robert Munsch
Publisher: Scholastic Canada, Limited (2000)
Language: English
Category: Young Adults
Size MP3: 1389 mb
Size FLAC: 1646 mb
Rating: 4.9
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Written by Robert Munsch. Illustrated by Alan Daniel and Lea Daniel. I tracked down Aaron to tell him about the book and I found him in Toronto, Canada

Written by Robert Munsch. Published by Scholastic, April 2002. I tracked down Aaron to tell him about the book and I found him in Toronto, Canada. He had his own rock band and his hair was messier than ever!!! The photo shows Aaron with his family, and it is the model for the family shown on the first page of the book. The way Aaron dresses in the book is also taken from photographs. He loved to dress differently than everybody else and was the only kid I have ever known who would come to preschool wearing a tie! The book is set in Guelph.

Best-selling author Robert Munsch and illustrators Alan & Lea Daniel have created another adventure-starring Aaron whose hair takes on a mind of its own.

Best-selling author Robert Munsch and illustrators Alan & Lea Daniel have created another adventure-starring Aaron whose hair takes on a mind of its ow.

Best-selling author Robert Munsch and illustrators Alan & Lea Daniel have created another adventure-starring Aaron whose hair takes on a mind of its own, much to the dismay of his neighbors. Aaron grows his hair long to look like his father. But the hair is unruly, and one day while combing it, Aaron says "Hair, I hate you!"

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When Aaron hurts his hair's feelings by saying he hates it, his hair runs away and jumps onto other people and into trouble.

by. Munsch, Robert . 1945-; Daniel, Alan, 1939- ill; Daniel, Lea, ill. Publication date. Hair, Humorous stories. New York : Scholastic. When Aaron hurts his hair's feelings by saying he hates it, his hair runs away and jumps onto other people and into trouble.

Illustrations by Alan and Lea Daniel. Aaron wanted to look just like his daddy. I found your hair! But when Aaron ran back inside, the hair jumped over his head and ran out the door and down the street. So Aaron chased it down the street. So he let his hair get lon. nly then he started to have problems. After a while, he came to a lady who was yelling and screaming, HELP!

Aaron's Hair is not Robert Munsch's most popular book but provides a good example of oral storytelling transferred to book form.

Aaron's Hair is not Robert Munsch's most popular book but provides a good example of oral storytelling transferred to book form. The most discussed of Munsch’s books among critics is undoubtedly The Paper Bag Princess, which is remarkable for a relatively early inversion of gender stereotypes in a picture book: Robert Munsch is a word-of-mouth storyteller, and his books cannot capture his brilliance in that capacity; but they have been highly successful all the same. The Paper Bag Princess (1980), made into a picture book by Michael Mortchenko, is about a princess called Elizabeth who is going to marry Prince Ronald.

By Robert Munsch Illustrations by Alan & Lea Daniel.

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Best-selling author Robert Munsch and illustrators Alan & Lea Daniel have created another adventure--starring Aaron whose hair takes on a mind of its own, much to the dismay of his neighbors.Aaron grows his hair long to look like his father. But the hair is unruly, and one day while combing it, Aaron says "Hair, I hate you!" Suddenly the hair jumps off Aaron's head and runs away! With Aaron in frantic pursuit, it attaches itself to people and things all over the neighborhood, resulting in a huge traffic jam. Aaron is finally reunited with his hair--but not quite in the way he or his family planned!
User reviews
Puchock
My students likes this story very much. They have asked me to read it over and over. They especially liked the part when Aaron's hair got stuck on someone's backside.
Iaiastta
got this for my son Aaron who has blonde hair
GawelleN
I like Robert Munsch because his books are funny. Some of his books I tend to find funnier than this one but my kids loved it.
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Gri
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Awene
I own a preschool, and this one has the kids rolling with laughter. Munsch always does a great job of depicting a diverse community with very colorful characters.
Aaron's Hair is a really good book because it is a funny story about his hair. My favorite part was that he was chasing his hair. The funniest part was when his hair got stuck on everybody. My favorite character is Aaron because he is much funnier than all the other characters in the story. I think the drawings are very good. It must be a lot of work to draw all those drawings. The book reminds me about my hair. My hair had a lot of knots when I was a little girl. I would read this book to my little sisteAaron's Hair is a really good book because it is a funny story about his hair. My favorite part was that he was chasing his hair. The funniest part was when his hair got stuck on everybody. My favorite character is Aaron because he is much funnier than all the other characters in the story. I think the drawings are very good. It must be a lot of work to draw all those drawings. The book reminds me about my hair. My hair had a lot of knots when I was a little girl. I would read this book to my little sister and my little brother.