Rating: 4 stars
There are tons of books available to kids that have solid messages, important tales, and illuminating lessons. I think we should find these books and read them with our kids so they learn and grow while sitting in the safest and most comfortable spot of all time: our laps.
We've got to make sure there's plenty of laughter in our lives. That might be more important for us too-serious muggles who have forgotten the delight that comes with blowing bubbles of milk with our straws, spinning around and around until we're dizzy, and eating with our fingers instead of forks.
Luckily, there are books like Super Hair-O and the Barber of Doom to keep us chuckling!
The super talented John Rocco creates truly incredible illustrations of a young boy, Rocco, with a fantastic ball of hair atop his little kid head. Rocco and his pals believe they are super heroes--and that their super powers stem from their long, cool, unruly hair. The pack of them--and their unique cool, unruly hair--is pretty funny. The longer their hair, they think, the more powerful they are.
|I was captured...and dragged away to the villain's lair.|
He returns to his hideout with --gasp!-- short hair.
His super friends, coincidentally, all got hair cuts on the same day, and they are all dismayed to have lost their super power. Now, sniff, they are just...normal. They sit around in dejected stances wondering how to frame their play until a little girl screams. Her stuffed bunny is hanging by a leg fro the monkey bar!
The super friends jump into action, rescue the bunny, and realize that they are still powerful with neat and tidy hair. Whew!
One cute and funny book, served up so very, very well by one John Rocco. Loved it!