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The Knot Monster Kindle Edition
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The invention of a little monster that makes knots in the little girl's hair while she's sleeping was ingenious. However, the main drawback is the parent has to make up several voices for these characters when they talk to distinguish them for the child. Had the author just told the story in a narrative format: for example, the little girl talked to the knot monster and he told her that he liked to play in her hair... and so on, it would be easier for a drowsy parent to read to the sleeping-time child.
This is just my personal preference. There are a lot of stars in the sky and pebbles on the beach so there's room on this earth for this warm little story.
Revenge of the Video Game
This story would be special between the two of us. When she came to visit about two weeks ago her hair was a mess. I did what any normal grandmother would do, even if she's only my neighbor: I brushed it. Well, I tried to brush it. Her daddy spilled orange juice in her hair that morning.
Don't ask me how.
I got most of it brushed. Then took a ponytail holder (That's a cloth-covered rubber band. It won't cause your hair to break off.) and put a high ponytail in. Gotta get that long hair off your neck on 90 degree days. Then we started a new puzzle. She had never worked a 300 piece puzzle before.
Adrianna told me her mom usually braided her hair at night, but her mom was still in the hospital at that time. She's out now, but please keep that whole family on your prayer list.
This story is about a little girl with long hair, too, but her mom isn't into preventing problems. Maybe she wants her little girl to learn how to think for herself. If so, her daughter rises to the occasion more than once, and is very creative in her solutions.
That last solution made me laugh, but I know one person who wasn't laughing!