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Mary's Hair by Eoin Colfer

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Mary’s Hair by Eoin Colfer
Published by Barrington Stoke, 2013

Mary cannot stand her hair. It’s big, bushy and curly and she loathes it. One day she simply chops it off. She feels like a supermodel and thinks her new hairstyle is fantastic but her mother is horrified and forbids her cutting her hair ever again. But that gives the resourceful little girl other ideas involving “volunteers” Her mother hasn’t mentioned other people’s hair or her dog’s!

Mary’s Hair is one of the Little Gems series of books by Barrington Stoke written by well-known writers. The series offers simple and accessible dyslexia-friendly stories for children who are starting to read alone. High quality cream paper and an easy-to-read special font are standard features.