Bedhead by Margie Palatini – It was BIG. It was BAD. It was BEDHEAD! No doubt about it, Oliver’s having a very bad hair day. His parents and sister try to. Bedhead · illustrated by Jack E. Davis. The ultimate bad hair day. What’s a boy to do? “ a delightful combination of text and pictures that will have readers. Bell hooks may be Happy to Be Nappy (), but young Oliver’s glimpse of his morning hair—”going up.
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The zany cartoon-style illustrations, bedhwad in colored pencil, acrylic, dye, and ink, appear on byy double-page spreads with small white borders. Davis was senior art director with a a large ad agency before becoming a children’s book illustrator.
Email required Address never made public. What’s a boy to do? Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone. I am so glad I stumbled upon this book! You know those mornings when you wake up and no matter how hard you try, you just cannot get your hair to work with you?
Mar 08, Mary rated it really liked it Shelves: What’s a boy to do?
The illustrations add to this writing and makes the book even more impressive. The pictures are fun. Hair going that way.
Bedhead also demonstrates onomatopoeia. During the picture, the photographer request for him to remove the hat. They push, they pull, they spritz and they spray; they goop, they glop, and they mousse.
His parents and sister try to help. The hair is unmanageable no matter what people try. With these uses and with bedhad fact that this is one book that the children will love to read for entertainment value, this is sure to be a book that I will keep in my classroom in the future!
Bedhead by Margie Palatini illustrated by Jack E. Davis
He washes his face, and then…. Dec 06, Gina rated it really liked it.
Davis Marbie preview – Oliver has an incurable case of bedhead, and no amount of brushing, primping, combing, wetting, spraying, gelling, or fussing is going to cure it. He lives in Port Townsend, Washington, and has three sons and two cats. This story is a humorous take on a bad hair day gone awry that readers can personally relate to. Oliver is having a horrible hair day Since the book was set on picture day, it would be a good book to read to children on their school picture day.
Now I’m 14 and I have no idea where my copy is but I love this book so much. Bedhead is a book that I greatly enjoy because just like Oliver in the story, I was also once a young boy with curly and out of control red hair that seemed like it was completely taking over on some mornings!
After many unsuccessful attempts to control his unruly hair one morning, Marie and his family think that they have solved the problem–until he gets to school and finds that it is school picture day.
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This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. She lives with her family in New Jersey. No eBook available Amazon.
Margie Palatini uses onomatopoeia a lot throughout this book which makes it so much fun to read aloud to children. Oliver finally discovers a solution: Oct 14, Alisha Greenlaw rated it it was amazing. So my high rating goes more for the fun-ness of the story and the content of it.