Big, bad, BEDHEAD! Oliver's hair is "way out of control." Hair is going every which way, and in the back there's a clump that looks just like a cat's coughed-up fur ball. Drastic measures are in order. Oliver's very helpful family pushes, pulls, waters, spritzes, mousses, and hair-pins the recalcitrant locks, all to no avail. Finally, they remember the one true answer to bedhead: a baseball cap. Off to school Oliver goes, everything fine and dandy until he makes a horrible discovery: today is class picture day, and hats are not allowed.
Margie Palatini's hilarious story will ring painfully true for bedheadites of all ages. Her riotous dialogue flows free and wild, to the most splendid accompaniment of Jack E. Davis's big-faced (and big-haired) comic illustrations. Anyone who has ever suffered the trauma of bedhead--you know who you are--will weep grateful and giddy tears of joy to read this hairy adventure. A terrific read-aloud. (Ages 6 and older) -- Emilie Coulter --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
YOU MUST HAVE THIS BOOK. This is a good for kids all the way to 2nd or 3rd grade. It can help build their vocabulary and use of descriptive words. Also it is so entertaining. Read morePublished 20 days ago by Rosie Nesh
My daughter took this book to school for her 6th birthday to be read by the teacher. The kids loved it!!!Published 2 months ago by ARG
Borrowed from the library and had to buy it because my 2 year old says bo-ing when he wakes up and looks in the mirror. Read morePublished 11 months ago by happygolucky
I have given this book many times. It is so appropriate and funny for little kids and adults too. I also buy other stories by the author.Published 14 months ago by Adahh Levin
This book is okay. Funny for a kid who suffers from bedhead. Just not one of my favorites but okay.Published 14 months ago by Dawn Wolcott
Another great book for children by Margie Palatini! Sharp kids really enjoy reading and/or listening to this book. Children love her books!Published 15 months ago by Mims
The illustrations were entertaining and amusing. I guess I was hoping for a little more substance in the story; it just left me a little flatter than I thought it would.Published 18 months ago by Val
I love Margie Palatini's books. My first was 'Moosetache'...laugh & laugh my grandsons & I did. This order arrived on time & in perfect shape.Published 20 months ago by arualw