Josie's Very Unhappy Hair

Josie's Very Unhappy Hair


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Josie's Very Unhappy Hair by Bill(Beepa) Wheadon, Bill Wheadon, Josh Clay

Josie awakens at her Nana's house excited and happy until she discovers that her hair does not seem to share her mood. She wonders what must have happened during the night to cause this curly headed disaster. Was it Nana's kitchen mixer? Perhaps the vegetables in Beepa's garden had a party? Maybe baby sister had dumped her baby sister food into her hair when she wasn't looking. Or, at the beach, she may have grabbed Magic the Dog's hairy towel by mistake. Whatever the reason, Josie was sure her someone would soon show up with the feared bitey brush to untangle the tangles. It's up to her Nana to find a painless solution. And, of course, she does so a wonderful day Up North with Nana can be had by all. This beautifully illustrated book deals with a child's dreams, fears and intergenerational themes of love and caring that will ring true with any child or adult who has made cherished family memories.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781452885957
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 11/22/2010
Pages: 30
Product dimensions: 8.00(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.08(d)

About the Author

Bill Wheadon has been writing professionally most of his adult life. He?s been an award-winning copywriter and columnist, a playwright, teacher and author. His wife Susan (Nana) was a pre-school teacher for more than 20 years and taught Bill most of what he knows about children?s literature. Together they raised three children and are now the proud grandparents of four. It is that latest role that has inspired the Up North at Nana?s books. Josie?s Very Unhappy Hair is first in that series.
When not writing, Bill (Beepa) tends his small garden plot on the couple?s five acres in Northern Michigan adjacent to Leelanau Peninsula?s breathtaking Sleeping Bear Dunes. Here, amidst the lakes, pines and sand, the Wheadons are exercised daily by their golden retriever Magic the Dog.

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